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Southampton striker Danny Ings reportedly fit for England game after Kieran Trippier clash of heads

Saints’ Ings should feature against Denmark tonight

Danny Ings fit England Southampton Saints clash of heads Kieran Trippier Photo by Haflidi Breidfjord/Getty Images

Southampton striker Danny Ings is reportedly available for selection for England tonight.

Ings required treatment after clashing heads with Kieran Trippier during a training session in Iceland.

A sprint drill saw Ings and Trippier run into each other head first. Both men fell to the floor clutching their heads.

The incident was captured on camera and the video published by Sky Sports.

According to Sky Sports, both men could feature tonight for England’s away clash at Denmark.

Ings made a substitute appearance for the Three Lions in their 1-0 away win at Iceland on Sunday, but he was looking set for a start after Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood was sent home for flouting the rules and leaving the team’s coronavirus isolation bubble.

Manchester City youngster Phil Foden will also be absent for breaking those rules with Greenwoon.

Southampton captain James Ward-Prowse made his first England start in the game against Iceland and could feature once again - especially with midfielder Foden out of the picture.