Under-21 boss Stuart Pearce chose not to call-up the 17-year-old, who impressed in the recent pre-season Emirates Cup and has been tipped as having an outside chance of playing for the seniors in the World Cup at the end of the campaign.
Fabian Delph, who has signed for Aston Villa from Leeds, has been included for the friendly and new Chelsea striker Daniel
Sturridge has received his first call-up at under-21 level.
From the squad that reached the final of the European Championships in Sweden this summer, nine players are still eligible for the next campaign. High-profile youngsters include Kieran Gibbs, Michael Mancienne, Micah Richards, Lee Cattermole, Fabrice Muamba and Jack Rodwell.
Chris Smalling, Andy Carroll, Freddie Sears and Junior Stanislas will also be involved for the first time.
"It's very early in the calendar but this is a fantastic double-header for the under-21s and then the seniors," Pearce said.
"We're taking a few players that have had the experience of a summer tournament, that will stand us in good stead, but we have one or two new faces coming into the squad that will have to get their feet under the table very quickly.
"We've not taken an easy game and there is a reasoning behind that. Our last few games will then have included Holland, Germany, Sweden, Spain and France prior to that over the months - so we have played all the blue chip European countries."
Theo Walcott is available for Pearce but is not established in Fabio Capello's seniors.
Pearce expects his youngsters to relish being watched by Capello and his staff.
"We're one step away from a senior international cap and that's there for all to see," he added.
"Over the last period there have been seven or eight players that
have been in both squads, which is fantastic. It shows these players that they have every opportunity."
Squad: Frankie Fielding (Blackburn), Scott Loach (Watford); Ryan Bertrand (Reading), Kieran Gibbs (Arsenal), Michael Mancienne (Chelsea), Kyle Naughton (Tottenham), Micah Richards (Man City), James Tomkins (West Ham), Chris Smalling (Fulham); Lee Cattermole (Wigan), Fabien Delph (Aston Villa), Fabrice Muamba (Bolton), Jack Rodwell (Everton), Danny Rose (Tottenham); Andy Carroll (Newcastle), Freddie Sears (Crystal Palace), Junior Stanislas (West Ham), Daniel Sturridge (Chelsea), James Vaughan (Everton).