CALUM Chambers will be hoping history repeats itself tonight.
The Saints right back is set to win his 19th England under-19 cap when he skippers his country against Turkey at Chester.
The two countries met at the same age group at Telford last March, Chambers scoring the only goal of the friendly.
That is one of two goals Chambers has scored for the under-19s in 18 outings.
In contrast, he scored three goals in his six England under-17 internationals.
During that time, though, he was playing on the right wing before moving to right back.
Chambers has established himself in the Saints’ first team this term, despite only having turned 19 in January.
He made his 15th Premier League start in the 3-0 loss to Liverpool last weekend, having made his debut at West Brom last August.
His great form has restricted former England under-21 international regular Nathaniel Clyne to just 13 Premier League starts at right back.