Sunday 13th June 2021 10:30 BST
The Manchester City pair will partner captain Harry Kane in attack as England seek a winning start at Wembley.
Neither Foden or Sterling featured for England in their warm-up wins over Romania and Austria but they did start alongside Kane in England’s last competitive fixture, the 2-1 World Cup qualifying win over Poland in March.
Foden was one of Manchester City’s standout players as they regained the Premier League title, retained the Carabao Cup and reached the Champions League final. The 21-year-old scored 16 goals, with Sterling finding the net 14 times.
Former England defender Gary Neville said: “Mason Mount is going to play, unless something happens with his form or injury, and then you are talking about starting either Foden or Jack Grealish and then one of the quicker players, which are Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Sterling.
“With Harry Kane up front, you do need one of those wider forwards to make sure they run past him. If everyone is coming naturally to the ball, then it becomes a little more difficult for Harry.