WORLD CUP QUALIFIER: England v Ukraine Venue:
Wednesday, 1 April
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Cole (left) and Heskey are both out of England's game against Ukraine
Emile Heskey has been ruled out of England's match against Ukraine on Wednesday after withdrawing from the squad because of a hamstring injury.
Heskey limped off during Saturday's 4-0 win against Slovakia, as did fellow strikers Carlton Cole and Peter Crouch.
England had already called up Tottenham striker Darren Bent to replace the injured Cole, and boss Fabio Capello may now call for another replacement.
Crouch is expected to be fit for the World Cup qualifier at Wembley.
Capello has already ruled out Michael Owen or Kevin Davies joining the squad.
He explained his decision to leave out the experienced Owen, who has 40 goals from 89 internationals, saying: "I have to choose players to play against Ukraine, not against history.
"If Michael Owen will play in the future, three or four games, he will be with us. But you have to choose the players who have played a lot of games.
"It is impossible to choose one player that played only 20 minutes. Why didn't he player longer in the last game? Because he was dropped.
"So I have to choose the players in good form. I choose the best players who are in a very fantastic moment."
The Italian added that Rio Ferdinand could have played against Slovakia but that he decided not to risk the defender, who had a groin problem, while Shaun Wright-Phillips has resumed training and will also be available.
But Cole, who replaced Heskey after 15 minutes but lasted just 20 himself, is definitely out with a thigh problem.
Bent has won four caps for England and was part of the England team that won in Germany last November.
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