first_img1 England manager Roy Hodgson has confirmed that Harry Kane will start Tuesday night’s friendly against Italy to mark his full debut for his country.Kane has been in blistering form this season and the Spurs striker took just 79 seconds to open his international account against Lithuania on Friday in a comfortable Euro 2016 qualifying victory.Hodgson resisted the temptation to start the 21-year-old on Friday but has revealed that the 29-goal striker will play in Turin from the outset.“Harry Kane will make his full debut, playing from the start and Wayne Rooney will captain the team,” said Hodgson.Kane replaced Rooney in the second half against Lithuania, but the England manager is relishing the prospect of seeing the two combine in attack at the Juventus Stadium.Hodgson said: “I think it’s nice to see the two of them on the field together.“They’ve played a lot in training and the other night they could have but they didn’t because Harry took Wayne’s place.“So I am pleased to see them playing together in this game and Harry certainly deserves his chance.”Despite announcing Kane’s inclusion from the start, Hodgson remained coy on the rest of his line up, unlike opposite number Antonio Conte who elected to reveal his Italy team over 24 hours before kickoff.“I understand why Antonio has done that because this is a friendly match and it’s a time to experiment with players,” said Hodgson.“But if you really want to know our line-up you will have to wait until tomorrow night when the game kicks off.” Harry Kane last_img