Wales have dropped former Aberdeen keeper Danny Ward for their huge Euro 2016 Group B clash with England.
The Liverpool stopper has been replaced by Wayne Hennessey, who returns from injury.
Ward made his first international start for his country against Slovakia on Sunday as the Crystal Palace keeper suffered from back spasms in the warm-up.
Wales won 2-1 to secure their first points at a European Championships thanks to goals from Gareth Bale and Hal Robson-Kanu.
But Ward also produced a composed performance to help his country to secure the win, with the big occasion not seeming to phase the Wrexham native.
The 22-year-old was only with the Dons for six months before Jurgen Klopp recalled him to Liverpool.
Ward brought quality and maturity beyond his years to Aberdeen and was a key part of Derek McInnes’ side before leaving in January.
After returning to Liverpool, he went on to make his first start for the Anfield giants and was called up to the national side to complete a meteoric rise.
His former Pittodrie teammates praised him on social media for his appearance against Slovakia but the youngster will now return to his role as understudy.