It's Hart-ache for Foster as Joe gets call

GOALKEEPER Joe Hart was last night handed an unexpected England reprieve after Ben Foster withdrew from the squad for tomorrow&rsquo;s friendly with Holland through injury.<br /><br />The Manchester United starlet suffered a knock in the Community Shield match against Chelsea at Wembley on Sunday and misses out on the chance to earn a third international cap.<br /><br />Instead, Hart, currently on a season-long loan at Birmingham from Manchester City, has the chance to impress and stake his claim.<br /><br />Foster&rsquo;s withdrawal is an early-season blow for the 26-year-old, who is expected to fill in the boots of Edwin van der Sar as Manchester United&rsquo;s No1 for the next eight weeks with the veteran Dutchman recovering from a broken finger.<br /><br />It is, however, believed that his injury is only minor and that he may even be back for United&rsquo;s season opener against Hart&rsquo;s Birmingham at Old Trafford on Sunday.<br /><br />Hart, along with West Ham&rsquo;s Robert Green and Blackburn&rsquo;s Paul Robinson are vying for a start at the Amsterdam Arena tomorrow night with first-choice keeper David James left out of the squad by coach Fabio Capello with a knee injury.<br /><br />ENGLAND SQUAD TO PLAY HOLLAND<br /><strong>Goalkeepers:</strong> R Green, J Hart, P Robinson <strong>Defenders:</strong> W Bridge, A Cole, R Ferdinand, G Johnson, J Lescott, J Terry, M Upson <strong>Midfielders:</strong> G Barry, D Beckham, M Carrick, S Gerrard, F Lampard, J Milner, T Walcott, S Wright-Phillips, A Young <strong>Forwards:</strong> C Cole, J Defoe, E Heskey, W Rooney