Darren Bent and Micah Richards will both miss England's Euro 2012 qualifier with Wales on Tuesday because of injuries.
Bent missed training in the run-up to Friday's 3-0 win over Bulgaria with a groin problem, while Richards picked up a hamstring injury. Both players have been released to their clubs.
Manager Fabio Capello has decided against calling up any replacements to supplement the 23 remaining players in the squad, with Chris Smalling expected to retain his place at right-back.
England head Group G after victory in Sofia, with just four points needed from their remaining two games to secure automatic qualification.
Capello claims he has no concerns over England's recent home form, despite going four matches without a win at Wembley.
Since the 4-0 win over Bulgaria last September, England have drawn with Montenegro, Ghana and Switzerland and lost against France at Wembley.
"Overall, we have a good record at home. We won 11 games," Capello said.
"This is not fear. When we play away, we have players with a lot of quality. They are really fast. When they find space they are really dangerous.
"At home, the other team defends really well. They wait. They close the space. If you score a goal, it changes the game. But if you need to score one it is different."