THREE uncapped Premier League stars have landed their first England call-ups.
Konsa, 26, has never played for England before despite being a regular for the Villans and is expected to be one player to join up.
Konsa replaces Lewis Dunk.
Dunk picked up a knock in Brighton’s tie against Ajax and missed the game against Sheffield United on the weekend.
Two players that were involved in the epic 4-4 clash at Stamford Bridge have also been called up.
Palmer has impressed since taking a leading role at Chelsea following his summer switch from Man City.
He progressed even further against his former side as he was a constant threat at Stamford Bridge before scoring the equalising penalty in injury time.
The attacking midfielder will act as cover for Tottenham star James Maddison, who had to withdraw from the squad due to injury.
He starred for England at the U21s Euros and was involved in the winning goal in the final against Spain.
Lewis has looked to be a reliable member of Pep Guardiola‘s Manchester City side despite only being 18.
The utility player, who mostly features at full-back, enjoyed a breakthrough season last year.
He was rewarded with a new five-year contract at the Etihad for his good performances.
This campaign he has already featured ten times in all competitions.
He fills a void left by Newcastle strike Callum Wilson who had to withdraw with injury.
Jude Bellingham has remained in the squad – but is not expected to feature due to a shoulder problem.Lewis has featured for the U21s[/caption] So has Palmer[/caption]