This summer’s Euro 2020 is edging ever closer, which means Gareth Southgate has plenty of homework to do before selecting his final squad for the tournament.

With a set of World Cup qualifiers coming up, players will be desperate to impress the Three Lions boss over the coming week.

We take a look at who is likely to make the final Euro 2020 squad based on the latest odds.

The shoe-ins

Some players have already sealed their place in the squad, barring injury, ahead of the tournament’s start. England captain Harry Kane (1/50), Raheem Sterling (1/33), Marcus Rashford (1/16) and Jadon Sancho (1/8) should all be shoe-ins in the attack, while Declan Rice (1/12) and Jordan Henderson (1/6) should be joined by Phil Foden (1/10), Jack Grealish (1/7) and Mason Mount (1/7) after the latter trio’s superb 2020/21 campaigns.

According to the betting, in defence Harry Maguire (1/33), Eric Dier (1/5) and Ben Chilwell (1/6) will be joined by John Stones (1/14) and Luke Shaw (1/7) following their recent returns to the England squad, while despite missing out on Southgate’s latest selection, Trent Alexander-Arnold (2/9) is also expected to make the cut. As for the goalkeepers, the trio of Dean Henderson (1/10), Nick Pope (1/9) and Jordan Pickford (1/7) will all be in the squad this summer, according to the betting.

The maybes

Yet given how much competition there is among England’s attackers this season, Dominic Calvert-Lewin (2/7), Bukayo Saka (8/13) and Ollie Watkins (4/1) will all be hoping to be among Southgate’s attacking selections as well, while James Maddison (8/13), Kalvin Phillips (4/5), Jude Bellingham (10/11) and James Ward-Prowse (7/4) will all be eager to be included in his midfield picks following strong seasons.

In defence, Tyrone Mings (1/2), Reece James (8/15), Kyle Walker (8/13) and Kieran Trippier (Evens) have all impressed this term and will be disappointed not to make the cut, while Sam Johnstone (9/2) will be hoping to crash the goalkeeping party after earning a call-up to Southgate’s latest squad.

The outsiders

With so many attackers at Southgate’s disposal, there’s going to be some unhappy faces, with Danny Ings (7/1), Mason Greenwood (7/1), Callum Hudson-Odoi (7/1), Harvey Barnes (7/1), Tammy Abraham (7/1) and Patrick Bamford (8/1) all looking like having outside chances at best.

As for midfielders, Jesse Lingard (7/4) is hoping to make a late bid following his fine start to life at West Ham, while Harry Winks (5/1), Dele Alli (15/2) and Ross Barkley (8/1) may all find themselves missing the cut. Michael Keane (7/4) will be seeking to land a defensive spot but could miss out along with the likes of Conor Coady (9/4), Ezri Konsa (5/1) and Aaron Wan-Bissaka (6/1).

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