Burnley's Dwight McNeil one of most likely youngsters to make England debut!

Burnley winger Dwight McNeil is one of the most likely youngsters to make a full England debut, according to the CIES Football Observatory.

The Young Lion, who has featured seven times for Aidy Boothroyd's side, is the second best positioned U23 footballer to make the leap according to his level of experience.

The 21-year-old has featured 39 times across the board for Burnley over the last 12 months, clocking up two goals and five assists in the top flight.

Leicester City's James Justin, with 42 appearances in all competitions for the Foxes, is the only eligible player with better credentials during that period.

Dwight McNeil of England and Jordi Alaez of Andorra clash during the UEFA Euro U21 Qualifier between Andorra U21 and England U21 at Estadi Nacional on October 07, 2020 in Andorra la Vella, Andorra.

Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale is third, Josh Dasilva (Brentford) is fourth and Max Aarons (Norwich City) is fifth.

Others to make the top 10 are Crystal Palace's Eberechi Eze, Vitória Guimarães forward Marcus Edwards, West Brom's Conor Gallagher, Marc Guehi of Swansea City and Everton's Tom Davies.

The data suggests that Jules Koundé is the best positioned U23 footballer to celebrate his first cap with the reigning world champions of France.

The Sevilla centre back outranks Moussa Diaby (Bayer Leverkusen) and Boubacar Kamara (Olympique de Marseille).

Fulham's English midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek (L) vies with Burnley's English midfielder Dwight McNeil during the English Premier League football match between Burnley and Fulham at Turf Moor in Burnley, north west England on February 17, 2021.

For the other top nations, Arnaud Bodart (Standard Liège) leads the table for Belgium, Roger Ibañez for Brazil (or eventually Uruguay), Pedro “Pote” Gonçalves (Sporting CP) for Portugal, Marc Cucurella (Getafe) for Spain, Cristian Romero (Atalanta) for Argentina, Gabriele Zappa (Cagliari) for Italy, Florian Wirtz (Bayer Leverkusen) for Germany and Érick Sánchez (Pachuca) for Mexico.