Roy Hodgson will leave Joe Hart at home for England's friendly international against Scotland but plans on fielding an otherwise strong side for the match at Celtic Park.
Speaking after England's 3-1 victory over Slovenia in their European Championship, Hodgson said Hart and Leighton Baines are the only players he has ruled out of taking to Glasgow.
"We have got players that I would like to see. It won't be a question of all of these home," Hodgson said.
It means either Ben Foster or Fraser Forster will get the nod for Tuesday's friendly against Gordon Strachan's side.
The move could inflame relations with Premier League managers, whose players could risk injury playing in what is likely to be a fiercely contested affair.
Welbeck 'better off at Arsenal'
The England manager also suggested Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck was better off at the north London club that at Manchester United after an impressive run of form during Euro 2016 qualifying.
Asked if Welbeck was now thriving away from Old Trafford, Hodgson said: "In 2012 [the Euro 2012 tournament] he was supposed to be a surprise [selection]. I don't think Danny Welbeck has ever not been in my squad selection.
"You have to be doing the business on the field and that is what he is doing for the Arsenal."
He also praised the contribution of Welbeck's Arsenal team mate Jack Wilshire, who Hodgson said was "outstanding throughout the game" and could have been rivalled for his Man of the Match award by fellow Gunner Keiran Gibbs and debutant Nathaniel Clyne.