England have named a largely changed team from the side that beat Norway 1-0 last week, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain making his full debut for the national team, while Danny Welbeck also starts as the Three Lions take on Belgium at Wembley.
Oxlade-Chamberlain made his first England appearance last week coming on as a substitute in Norway, but today is his first start for the national team as he is expected to line up on the flank in an attacking role.
England also welcome back their Chelsea contingent who were granted time off following their Champions League victory in Munich, with Gary Cahill, John Terry and Ashley Cole all claiming starting roles in the defence alongside Liverpool's Glen Johnson.
Joe Hart takes back his place in goal, as expected, while Ashley Young, Scott Parker, Steven Gerrard and James Milner all maintain their places in the midfield.
For Belgium, new Chelsea attacker Eden Hazard starts, while other players familiar to the Premier League including Simon Mignolet, Thomas Vermaelen, Marouane Fellaini and Moussa Dembele are all in the first XI.
Tottenham-bound Ajax skipper Jan Vertonghen, also lines up for Marc Wilmots' side, but Manchester City captain, Vincent Kompany has been ruled out after aggravating a calf injury while warming up for the game.
England: Hart; Johnson, Cahill, Terry, Cole; Parker, Milner, Gerrard (c), Oxlade-Chamberlain, Young; Welbeck.
Subs: Jones, Green, Baines, Lescott, Jagielka, Henderson, Downing, Defoe, Rooney, Carroll, Walcott, Butland
Belgium: Mignolet; G Gillet, Vertonghen, Simons, Vermaelen (c); Mertens, Witsel, Mirallas, Hazard, Fellaini; Dembele.
Subs: Renard, De Camargo, Pocognoli, Chadli, Benteke, Vossen, Lukaku, Odoi, De Ceulaer, Defour, Nainggolan