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England’s best forwards for a generation? How the English striker is flourishing again in the Premier League

Dominic Calvert-Lewin marked his debut appearance with a goal, while Danny Ings also scored his first goal for his country with an acrobatic effort in England’s 3-0 win against Wales at Wembley.

It was not a surprise to see the pair score - both have been in excellent form in the Premier League. Nor will it be a shock if they make way for England captain Harry Kane for the Nations League clash with Belgium at the weekend. Gareth Southgate has an abundance of options right now.

English forwards have been one of the stories of the Premier League season so far - and not just those who have joined up with the squad.

Alongside Calvert-Lewin, Leeds' Patrick Bamford was one of only two other players to score in each of his team's first three matches of the campaign.

Ollie Watkins, of course, scored a memorable hat-trick for Aston Villa in their 7-2 win over Liverpool - his first three goals in top-flight football. Include Jamie Vardy, in international retirement but last season's Premier League golden boot winner, and this is boom time for the English centre-forward.

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