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Roy Hodgson to scout Man United's Marcus Rashford vs. WBA - sources

England boss Roy Hodgson will cast an eye over Manchester United hot-shot Marcus Rashford in action this weekend against West Bromwich Albion, sources have told ESPN FC.

Hodgson has refused to rule out the possibility of Rashford earning a late call-up to the England squad for this summer's Euro 2016 finals following his recent goal scoring heroics for Manchester United.

Rashford has come to the fore after scoring twice on his debut against FC Midtjylland in the Europa League last week before following that up with a brace in the 3-2 win over Arsenal.

Hodgson, who has admitted he was aware of Rashford before his introduction into the United first team in recent weeks, will get the chance to have a look at the 18-year-old at close quarters this weekend when he travels to the Hawthorns to watch his old club take on United on Sunday.

The game at the Hawthorns will also allow Hodgson to assess the likes of United duo Jesse Lingard and Michael Carrick as well as West Brom pair Ben Foster and Saido Berahino ahead of this month's friendlies with Germany and Netherlands.

Sources have also told ESPN FC that Hodgson is set to watch Tottenham's vital North London derby clash with Arsenal to keep tabs on Tottenham stars Harry Kane, Danny Rose, Kyle Walker, Eric Dier and Dele Alli as well at Arsenal's Theo Walcott and Kieran Gibbs.

Hodgson is also expected to attend Saturday's late kick-off where Premier League leaders Leicester travel to Watford with Foxes midfielder Danny Drinkwater under consideration for a call-up to the squad after impressing so far this season.

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