Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Martin Kelly will meet their international team-mates for the first time, though Wayne Rooney and the Chelsea contingent will be absent
Hodgson will not be the only new face in the camp, with recently recruited coach Gary Neville set to meet the players for the first time.
Meanwhile, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will get his first opportunity to meet his Euro 2012 team-mates after his surprise inclusion, while Martin Kelly is another who will be joining up with the squad, with the Liverpool man expected to return to his club after the friendly against Norway.
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Despite the array of new faces on show there will also be some familiar ones missing from the camp, with Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney ruled out of the friendly in Oslo with a toe injury, though the 26-year-old is expected to be fit for the friendly with Belgium at Wembley on June 2.
Meanwhile, the Chelsea-based players in the squad, John Terry, Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole, Gary Cahill and standby striker Daniel Sturridge, will also be absent from the squad gathering, having been allowed an extra week’s rest following their Champions League excursions in Munich.
The Blues contingent are expected to meet up with the squad next week ahead of the friendly with Belgium.
Another worry for Hodgson prior to the friendly with Norway is former captain Scott Parker. The Spurs man has been troubled by an Achilles injury towards the end of his domestic campaign and is a doubt for the Three Lions’ first warm-up game.
Hodgson will take two training sessions with the team on Wednesday and Thursday before the squad fly out to Oslo on Friday.