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    England line-up against Poland in MarchEngland's previous six international games have seen 32 different players feature for Gareth Southgate

    England manager Gareth Southgate picks his England squad on Tuesday for next month's Euro 2020 when his side will face Croatia, Scotland and the Czech Republic in Group D.

    Southgate will initially name a provisional extended squad because of injury doubts and European final commitments, before reducing it to 26 players on 1 June.

    But BBC Sport readers have spent the past few days selecting their final 26-man squad for the tournament – and the results are in.

    The player with the most selections out of the shortlist we gave you, which is still at the bottom of the page, is Manchester City's Phil Foden, closely followed by Tottenham striker Harry Kane and Chelsea duo Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell.

    Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse was the unlucky one, just being pipped to the final midfield spot by Manchester United's Jesse Lingard, while Arsenal's Bukayo Saka and Leicester's James Maddison also narrowly missed out on your final squad.

    You can still select your own squad and share with your friends via #bbcfootball below.

    BBC Sport readers have selected their 26-man England squad for Euro 2020BBC Sport readers have selected their 26-man England squad for Euro 2020

    Goalkeepers

    Jordan PickfordJordan Pickford has been Gareth Southgate's undisputed first-choice goalkeeper for England

    Dean Henderson

    Club: Manchester United

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 13

    England caps: 1

    Henderson has come into his own since becoming first choice at Manchester United. The 24-year-old lacks senior international experience but has shown he can handle the big stage at Old Trafford.

    Sam Johnstone

    Club: West Bromwich Albion

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 37

    England caps:

    Over a decade has passed since Johnstone helped England win a first European Under-17 Championship in 2010. Now 28, the former Manchester United youngster has been a shining light for the relegated Baggies this term.

    Alex McCarthy

    Club: Southampton

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 30

    England caps: 1

    McCarthy, 31, began the season in impressive form as Southampton pushed their European credentials but he has more recently found himself in a battle for selection at club level with one-time England goalkeeper Fraser Forster.

    Jordan Pickford

    Club: Everton

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 31

    England caps: 30

    Currently Southgate's number one, Pickford, 27, starred as England reached the World Cup semi-finals for the first time in 28 years in 2018. However, since then his fluctuating form has placed his position under scrutiny.

    Nick Pope

    Club: Burnley

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 32

    England caps: 7

    An understudy at the 2018 World Cup, Pope, 29, is a key player in Burnley's well-drilled defensive machine. Question marks have been raised over his distribution but he has shown himself to be a reliable performer when called upon. However he needs a "minor" knee operation before the tournament, which Burnley boss Sean Dyche admitted was "not ideal".

    Defenders

    Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier, Trent Alexander-Arnold & Reece JamesEngland are blessed with an abundance of options at right-back

    Trent Alexander-Arnold

    Club: Liverpool

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 36

    England caps: 12

    Alexander-Arnold, 22, was omitted from the squad for the March internationals after an indifferent period for Liverpool. He has excellent distribution skills but reservations remain over his defending.

    Ben Chilwell

    Club: Chelsea

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 27

    England caps: 14

    Chilwell's impressive form, first for Leicester and now Chelsea, has arguably seen the 24-year-old emerge as England's first-choice left-back over the past 18 months.

    Conor Coady

    Club: Wolverhampton Wanderers

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 37

    England caps: 4

    Coady only received his first England call-up in August 2020, having captained his country at the Under-17 Euros in 2010 and at the Under-20 World Cup in 2013.

    But the 28-year-old's distribution skills and familiarity with operating in a three-man defence, a system which Southgate likes, could sway the England boss.

    Eric Dier

    Club: Tottenham

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 28

    England caps: 45

    A versatile performer Dier, 27, has been used in a variety of positions for both Spurs and England. However, central defence looks to be where he is most suited, albeit he has struggled for form this season.

    Reece James

    Club: Chelsea

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 32

    England caps: 6

    At 21, James is one of Chelsea's brightest stars and looks capable of playing in a number of roles. His pace and strength make him a difficult opponent for wingers, while his technical ability means he offers plenty in attack too.

    Michael Keane

    Club: Everton

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 35

    England caps: 12

    A central figure in Carlo Ancelotti's Everton side, Keane, 28, has been a model of consistency during the 2020-21 campaign. Left out of the March internationals, Keane has played like he has had a point to prove since then.

    Harry Maguire

    Club: Manchester United

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 34

    England caps: 32

    The Manchester United defender, 28, endured an indifferent start to the campaign off the back of an off-field issue. But he appears to have overcome that and has always crucially retained the support of Southgate, who values his leadership qualities and abilities as a defender.

    Maguire suffered ankle ligament damage on 9 May and could miss United's Europa League final against Villarreal on Wednesday – making him another fitness concern for the start of the Euros. England's first match is against Croatia on 13 June.

    Ainsley Maitland-Niles

    Club: West Brom, on loan from Arsenal

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 15

    England caps: 5

    Maitland-Niles, 23, has settled into a regular midfield role since moving to The Hawthorns on loan in January.

    His versatility, which has also seen him operate at left-back and right-back, often appeared to hamper his progress at Arsenal but could work in his favour with England.

    Tyrone Mings

    Club: Aston Villa

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 36

    England caps: 8

    Mings has established himself as one of the Premier League's most consistent centre-backs at Aston Villa. Left-footed and comfortable on the ball, the 28-year-old is good in the air and offers natural balance to a three-man defence.

    Luke Shaw

    Club: Manchester United

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 32

    England caps: 9

    Shaw has barely featured for England since becoming the youngest player to appear at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. A horrendous injury, plus other fitness problems, stalled his progress after a big-money move to Manchester United.

    However, still only 25, he has enjoyed a superb renaissance this term, delivering consistently fine performances for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.

    John Stones

    Club: Manchester City

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 22

    England caps: 42

    Manchester City centre-back Stones, 26, had spent 15 months in the international wilderness before his recall to the England squad in March.

    He is another player whose resurgence at club level – helping City win the Premier League and League Cup this season – is difficult to ignore.

    James Tarkowski

    Club: Burnley

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 36

    England caps: 2

    Tarkowski's form for Burnley has seen him linked with moves to West Ham and Leicester, although the 28-year-old appears to have dropped down the pecking order at international level having not featured since 2018.

    Fikayo Tomori

    Club: AC Milan, on loan from Chelsea

    Serie A appearances 2020-21: 17 (1 in Premier League)

    England caps: 1

    Tomori's January switch to the San Siro looks to have reignited his England hopes. A series of outstanding displays have led AC Milan greats Franco Baresi and Paolo Maldini to both speak glowingly of the 23-year-old.

    Kieran Trippier

    Club: Atletico Madrid

    La Liga appearances 2020-21: 27

    England caps: 26

    Widely regarded as one of England's best players in Russia in 2018, Trippier, 30, can operate on either side at full-back and offers excellent delivery from wide positions or on set-pieces.

    On Saturday he became the first English player to win a Spanish La Liga title since David Beckham in 2006-07.

    Kyle Walker

    Club: Manchester City

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 24

    England caps: 55

    Possibly Southgate's first choice at right-back, Walker, 30, comes into the tournament off the back of an excellent season with Manchester City.

    His pace is an invaluable asset in both defence and attack and he has also previously been utilised as a third centre-back.

    Aaron Wan-Bissaka

    Club: Manchester United

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 34

    England caps:

    Yet to win his first senior cap, Wan-Bissaka's distribution and quality in the attacking third of the pitch probably place him behind several other full-backs at Southgate's disposal but the 23-year-old remains an extremely capable one-against-one defender.

    Midfielders

    Jack Grealish, James Maddison, Mason Mount & Phil FodenSeveral players are vying to fulfil the playmaker roles in Southgate's squad

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    Dele Alli

    Club: Tottenham

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 15

    England caps: 37

    Still only 25, Alli was regarded as a mainstay in the side that reached the semi-finals of the World Cup in 2018. However, he has started just six top-flight games this season in a period when he should be approaching his peak years.

    Ross Barkley

    Club: Aston Villa, on loan from Chelsea

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 24

    England caps: 33

    Started the season impressively after leaving Chelsea on loan to get regular Premier League football. However, the 27-year-old's form has faltered in the second half of the campaign and seen him fall out of favour at Aston Villa.

    Jude Bellingham

    Club: Borussia Dortmund

    Bundesliga appearances 2020-21: 28

    England caps: 2

    Bellingham, 17, has looked perfectly at home since his elevation to the England squad last November. Southgate has studied his progress closely, with both England and Dortmund, and if he makes the squad this summer he looks to have the quality and temperament to impress.

    Phil Foden

    Club: Manchester City

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 28

    England caps: 6

    Foden, 20, has had his most productive season at club level, scoring 15 goals in all competitions. Technically gifted, the Manchester City player is excellent in possession and has the capacity to glide past opponents.

    He should also be relatively fresh having started just 17 Premier League games this term, and Southgate looks to have seen his breach of coronavirus rules in Iceland as a one-off.

    Jack Grealish

    Club: Aston Villa

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 26

    England caps: 5

    Surprisingly overlooked until the summer of 2020, Grealish 25, has looked at home on the international stage whenever given the opportunity.

    Creative and intelligent with the ball, his ability to dribble his way out of tight situations has echoes of Paul Gascoigne about it. However, his slow return from a shin injury suffered in February may raise concerns over his durability.

    Jordan Henderson

    Club: Liverpool

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 21

    England caps: 58

    A box-to-box midfielder, Henderson's determination and ability to inspire helped Liverpool to their first league title for 30 years in 2019-20. This campaign has been disrupted by injuries but the 30-year-old's big-game experience and tournament know-how could prove invaluable.

    Henderson was an unused substitute in Liverpool's final-day victory over Crystal Palace and manager Jurgen Klopp said he expects the midfielder to be "fine" before the summer.

    Jesse Lingard

    Club: West Ham, on loan from Manchester United

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 16

    England caps: 27

    Lingard, 28, made a lively return to the England squad in March after a 22-month hiatus. He remains a player Southgate both trusts and rates and importantly appears to have rejuvenated his career since moving to West Ham in January.

    James Maddison

    Club: Leicester City

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 31

    England caps: 1

    The midfield playmaker hit a purple patch at the turn of the year, scoring in four consecutive games.

    He has shown he has an eye for a pass but has only scored twice for the Foxes since January due to a three-month absence with a hip injury – and was left out of their starting XI in the FA Cup final as he regains full fitness.

    Mason Mount

    Club: Chelsea

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 36

    England caps: 16

    Outstanding under both Frank Lampard and Thomas Tuchel at Chelsea this season, Mount, 22, has the uncanny ability to set the tone while taking the minimum of touches on the ball.

    His intelligent movement also means he could fulfil several attacking roles if needed come the Euros.

    Kalvin Phillips

    Club: Leeds

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 29

    England caps: 7

    Now, 25, Phillips has more than held his own during his first season in the English top flight. The mobile midfield enforcer has been a key component of Marcelo Bielsa's high-energy Leeds United side. In another injury worry for England, Phillips appeared to hurt his shoulder in the final seconds of Leeds' 3-1 win over West Brom at Elland Road on Sunday.

    Declan Rice

    Club: West Ham

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 32

    England caps: 15

    Primarily used in a shielding role in front of the defence, Rice, 22, has been a key player in West Ham's impressive Premier League campaign and has become a reliable member of Southgate's squad over the past two seasons.

    James Ward-Prowse

    Club: Southampton

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 38

    England caps: 6

    Ward-Prowse, 26, has thrived since being made Southampton captain almost a year ago.

    Excellent in possession, he also poses a threat from dead-ball situations, with four of his seven goals this term coming from free-kicks.

    Harry Winks

    Club: Tottenham

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 15

    England caps: 10

    Probably performs at his best as a deep-lying midfield playmaker with the ability to recycle the ball and control play. However, a lack of game time for Tottenham could count against the 25-year-old.

    Forwards

    Harry Kane and Dominic Calvert-LewinHarry Kane and Dominic Calvert-Lewin appear favourites to occupy central-striking duties but which other forward players will get the nod?

    Tammy Abraham

    Club: Chelsea

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 22

    England caps: 6

    Still only 23, Abraham is yet to show he can be prolific in the Premier League and the rangy forward has seen his opportunities limited since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel at Chelsea in January.

    Patrick Bamford

    Club: Leeds United

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 38

    England caps:

    Overlooked by Southgate in March, Bamford has been in sparkling form for Leeds as both a creator and scorer in what is essentially his first proper stint in the top flight.

    The only English player with more Premier League goals than Bamford's tally of 17 this term is Harry Kane.

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin

    Club: Everton

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 33

    England caps: 7

    Calvert-Lewin Looks to be Southgate's go-to forward in Harry Kane's absence. Excelling under the guidance of Carlo Ancelotti and Duncan Ferguson at Everton, the 24-year has enjoyed his best return in front of goal this term with 25 goals for club and country.

    Callum Hudson-Odoi

    Club: Chelsea

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 23

    England caps: 3

    Part of the Chelsea squad to reach FA Cup and Champions League finals, Hudson-Odoi, 20, is noted for his pace and trickery in the final third.

    Appeared in the European Under-21 Championship in March but will now be hoping to add more senior caps to his collection this summer.

    Mason Greenwood

    Club: Manchester United

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 31

    England caps: 1

    With eight goals in 11 games towards the end of the season, Greenwood, 19, appears to be hitting his best form at just the right time.

    His first taste of international football did not go to plan, with the forward and Foden sent home for breaching coronavirus rules in Iceland.

    Danny Ings

    Club: Southampton

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 29

    England caps: 3

    Despite disruptions after testing positive for Covid-19 and suffering knee and hamstring injuries, Ings, 28, has still managed a decent goals return for Southampton, who are noticeably weakened when he is unavailable.

    Harry Kane

    Club: Tottenham

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 34

    England caps: 53

    The winner of the Golden Boot at the 2018 World Cup, Kane, 27, has been the focal point of England's attack for several seasons. A superb all-round forward, whenever he plays, goals tend to follow.

    Marcus Rashford

    Club: Manchester United

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 37

    England caps: 40

    Rashford, 23, is blessed with searing pace. Tends to operate best from a wide position cutting in off either flank. Possesses a fierce shot though his detractors would say his awareness in the final third could be improved.

    Bukayo Saka

    Club: Arsenal

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 32

    England caps: 4

    Versatile enough to operate as a full-back, winger and forward without ever looking out of place, Saka, 19, has been a shining light for Arsenal in an otherwise disappointing season.

    Jadon Sancho

    Club: Borussia Dortmund

    Bundesliga appearances 2020-21: 25

    England caps: 18

    A highly technical and creative player, Sancho, 21, has become one of the most sought after young forwards in Europe. His abilities as an outright winger or in a more central position saw Manchester United conduct a very public pursuit of the player during the summer of 2020.

    Raheem Sterling

    Club: Manchester City

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 31

    England caps: 61

    Known for his pace, low centre of gravity and dribbling skills, Sterling, 26, has also shown plenty of adaptability for club and country operating as a central forward and wide player.

    His finishing can sometimes be erratic but his movement in the final third is a key asset to any side.

    Ollie Watkins

    Club: Aston Villa

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 37

    England caps: 1

    The former Brentford man, 25, has enjoyed an excellent first season in the English top flight with Aston Villa. And a debut goal for England in March against San Marino will have done his chances of making an impression on Southgate no harm.

    Callum Wilson

    Club: Newcastle

    Premier League appearances 2020-21: 27

    England caps: 4

    Hugely influential for Newcastle with his return from injury and 12 goals over the season helping the Magpies avoid relegation. Wilson, 29, is adept at holding up play and running behind defences.

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    • K

      Comment posted by Karen, at 10:00 22 May

      The depressing thing is, no one would ever pick Dier but we all know he will be going anyway.24010

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        Reply posted by steve j, at 10:04 22 May

        "The depressing thing is, no one would ever pick Dier but we all know he will be going anyway."steve j replied: Yeah Dier and Trippier are just not good enough but will defo go as Gareth is too loyal.6026

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      Comment posted by TJVillan, at 10:57 22 May

      I have no idea why Ross Barkley would be on this list. There are about 20 English midfielders not on this list that would be selected ahead of him based on his performances this season.1363

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        Reply posted by football, at 13:18 22 May

        "I have no idea why Ross Barkley would be on this list. There are about 20 English midfielders not on this list that would be selected ahead of him based on his performances this season."football replied: The list is a mix of inexperienced players, and experienced players who shouldn’t be playing83

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      Comment posted by Aspie, at 10:18 22 May

      Can’t see how England are favourites under Southgate’s leadership. He’ll immediately stifle the side’s creativity by playing two defensive midfielders regardless of the opposition. There’s a potentially great side there under a more adventurous manager.14213

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        Reply posted by K Pasa, at 10:35 22 May

        "Can’t see how England are favourites under Southgate’s leadership. He’ll immediately stifle the side’s creativity by playing two defensive midfielders regardless of the opposition. There’s a potentially great side there under a more adventurous manager."K Pasa replied: Dier ? Alli ? Masguire? Maitland Niles ? Rice ? Winks ? Ward Prowse ? Barkley ? Henderson ? the list goes on2333

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      Comment posted by Cole, at 09:55 22 May

      We need to take and start players like Foden, Mount and Grealish – however Southgate will probably prioritise an extra half a dozen defenders.1308

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        Reply posted by bardez , at 11:11 22 May

        "We need to take and start players like Foden, Mount and Grealish – however Southgate will probably prioritise an extra half a dozen defenders."bardez replied: As a dutchie it is crazy to see; England has the best players to select by a mile. They could have 4 squads that could compete. Just look at the list of 20 most valuable players. Almost half are English. The odds for best young player at Euro? 5 out of 10 are English, with foden and sancho claiming top spots. every other top country has 1 or 0. The weakest link is Southgate. Odd choice!1374

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      Comment posted by paul hirst, at 11:01 22 May

      I recently watched on BT Sport Rio Ferdinand, Joe Cole, and Glenn Hoddle pick their respective squads for the tournament. And not only did not one of them pick Eric Dier in their final 26, but Dier’s name wasn’t even mentioned once…surely that tells you everything.1197

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        Reply posted by EnemyOfTheState, at 11:53 22 May

        "I recently watched on BT Sport Rio Ferdinand, Joe Cole, and Glenn Hoddle pick their respective squads for the tournament. And not only did not one of them pick Eric Dier in their final 26, but Dier’s name wasn’t even mentioned once…surely that tells you everything."EnemyOfTheState replied: Glenn Hoddle would get the current England team playing some lovely stuff.7810

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      Comment posted by Andy, at 09:54 22 May

      So that’s 3 keepers, 22 defenders/defensive midfielders…….and Harry Kane.1055

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        Reply posted by stevieb, at 12:30 22 May

        "So that’s 3 keepers, 22 defenders/defensive midfielders…….and Harry Kane."stevieb replied: Kane needs to improve on his defensive duties to be guaranteed a place in the squad.903

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      Comment posted by Sloth lover, at 10:12 22 May

      How many of these commenters have actually watched Tripper play since he left the Premier League?884

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        Reply posted by More Like It, at 10:20 22 May

        "How many of these commenters have actually watched Tripper play since he left the Premier League?"More Like It replied: at best 2 or 3 of them193

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      Comment posted by More Like It, at 10:13 22 May

      Whichever squad is picked, don’t waste spaces on players that have had little game time or have had long injury lay-offs and won’t be match fit. It simply never works693

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        Reply posted by Lets Agree To Disagree, at 12:33 22 May

        "Whichever squad is picked, don’t waste spaces on players that have had little game time or have had long injury lay-offs and won’t be match fit. It simply never works"Lets Agree To Disagree replied: Nor pick any ‘out of form’ players, they WILL NOT suddenly find their form in the next month.420

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      Comment posted by Half more than Indio, at 10:19 22 May

      The first person to drop is Gareth Southgate!7219

      • F

        Reply posted by football, at 13:20 22 May

        "The first person to drop is Gareth Southgate!"football replied: Big Sam is available again and has a 100% win record as England manager2323

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      Comment posted by Bertie, at 10:06 22 May

      The world is paralyzed by a pandemic and what is FIFA’s grubby, self interested response? Hold the World Cup twice as often and cause twice as much needless international game travel!5711

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        Reply posted by More Like It, at 10:22 22 May

        "The world is paralyzed by a pandemic and what is FIFA’s grubby, self interested response? Hold the World Cup twice as often and cause twice as much needless international game travel!"More Like It replied: this is a very long term plan from FIFA. If this pandemic is still on going in say 10 years time, World Cups will be a great relief.

        If pandemic over, most of us don’t want to exist forever in hermetically sealed bubbles815

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      Comment posted by cookie, at 09:51 22 May

      If you are injured; you should not be considered.
      Play players n positions and who are on form.462

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        Reply posted by football, at 13:19 22 May

        "If you are injured; you should not be considered. Play players n positions and who are on form."football replied: Kane in goal?80

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      Comment posted by Front Forks, at 09:54 22 May

      Southgate will pick 10 defenders and a goalkeeper.

      Just to be on the safe side.487

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        Reply posted by More Like It, at 10:07 22 May

        "Southgate will pick 10 defenders and a goalkeeper.Just to be on the safe side."More Like It replied: if it was true, it seems to be working915

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      Comment posted by BlueFox, at 10:36 22 May

      I bet 99% on here can already predict the players that will be picked by Southgate and even the starting 11, not only that 99% on here can predict the dour negative football that will be played along with the early flight home.344

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        Reply posted by BLAGADON1, at 12:48 22 May

        "I bet 99% on here can already predict the players that will be picked by Southgate and even the starting 11, not only that 99% on here can predict the dour negative football that will be played along with the early flight home."BLAGADON1 replied: Early flight home from England?181

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      Comment posted by skank of the south, at 09:52 22 May

      As usual we’re being told who we can have – won’t make no difference who we pick because we’re miles behind Belgium, France & Portugal – luckily we’ve got Scotland in our group so at least we’ll get 3 points.4012

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        Reply posted by BarmbyArmy, at 10:03 22 May

        "As usual we’re being told who we can have – won’t make no difference who we pick because we’re miles behind Belgium, France & Portugal – luckily we’ve got Scotland in our group so at least we’ll get 3 points."BarmbyArmy replied: I disagree with Belgium and to a certain extent Portugal who are one injury at centre half away from being in trouble.

        Miles behind France and behind Portugal for sure though520

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      Comment posted by BRUCIEGILLS , at 10:46 22 May

      Can’t see how Derek or Alli are anywhere close to selection….
      Grealish should make the cut as does Sam Johnstone.
      I fear we’ll hear the normal noises from the manager about form, potential etc and then be given a negative selection. If all our games can be potentially “home” fixtures then why not just go for it. We’ll not have many better chances to win a major tournament281

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      Comment posted by push6, at 10:37 22 May

      If they take Dire & Sterling then the comedy show is on…letting ’em in & missing sitters😹👻348

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        Reply posted by football, at 13:22 22 May

        "If they take Dire & Sterling then the comedy show is on…letting ’em in & missing sitters😹👻"football replied: How has Wan Bissaka not had a cap?1213

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      Comment posted by Brain, at 09:54 22 May

      Pointless exercise since most people vote for their club players above the best players.3915

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        Reply posted by jacdimond , at 11:14 22 May

        "Pointless exercise since most people vote for their club players above the best players."jacdimond replied: I didn’t. I picked Henderson because I believed in playing a front four with a holding midfielder like Henderson glueing it together and I picked Trent because I believed he is the best passing right back but I would start with Reece James. I’m a liverpool fan btw. Left back is the real issue with only Shaw and Chillwell to choose from. I’m not English either so I don’t have a bias2114

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      Comment posted by Matthew, at 09:48 22 May

      Yes 26 man squad. Gareth can pick 3 extra centre backs and play them in midfield.317

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        Reply posted by nigglym, at 10:48 22 May

        "Yes 26 man squad. Gareth can pick 3 extra centre backs and play them in midfield."nigglym replied: It’s working for Chelsea at the moment…38

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      Comment posted by Trevor, at 10:30 22 May

      please no Eric Dier and Kyle Walker is dodgy under pressure296

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        Reply posted by Specialist_in_tailoring, at 10:36 22 May

        "please no Eric Dier and Kyle Walker is dodgy under pressure"Specialist_in_tailoring replied: I agree with Dire. Walker has many good points. Pace and aggression for example326

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      Comment posted by frankie, at 10:17 22 May

      List is missing Ben Godfrey who has had an excellent first season plus can play anywhere across the back 4 or 5319

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        Reply posted by Sirrantsalot, at 11:00 22 May

        "List is missing Ben Godfrey who has had an excellent first season plus can play anywhere across the back 4 or 5"Sirrantsalot replied: So he’s inexperienced, and fails to nail down a position – is that what you’re saying?217

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