Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been called up for England’s upcoming international fixtures.

The Three Lions are due to face Germany on 22 March in a friendly match and Lithuania on 26 March in a World Cup qualifier.

The Ox has been called up by Gareth Southgate following his good form in the middle of the park for Arsenal. Although the 23-year-old currently has a hamstring injury, which is due to be assessed, it seems he’ll be available.

Meanwhile, Theo Walcott has been snubbed, despite the forward scoring 17 goals in all competitions this season and being in pretty decent form at the moment.

The 27-year-old is bound to be gutted, as his exclusion from England’s Euro 2016 squad was apparently what gave him the kick up the backside he needed to really knuckle down and change the way he approached the game.

Here’s the rest of the England squad:

Goalkeepers: Hart, Heaton, Forster

Defenders: Bertrand, Cahill, Clyne, Jones, Keane, Shaw, Smalling, Stones, Walker

Midfielders: Alli, Antonio, Barkley, Dier, Lallana, Lingard, Livermore, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Sterling, Ward-Prowse

Fowards: Redmond, Defoe, Rashford, Vardy