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This is the XI that will start for England at Euro 2020 according to the bookies

This is the XI that will start for England at Euro 2020 according to the bookies

There are some fresh faces for the Three Lions as they look to end 54 years of hurt.

Paddy Power have priced up the likelihood of players appearing in England’s Euro 2020 squad, and the list is dominated with the usual suspects. 

When it comes making a starting XI from the shortest available prices, there are eight players featured that started the World Cup semi-final defeat to Croatia last year. 

Jordan Pickford (1/50) remains in goal. John Stones (2/9), Harry Maguire (3/10) and Kyle Walker (1/3) are constants what will be a back four. Ben Chilwell (4/11) is the man who comes in, with Kieran Trippier (evs) missing out.  

In midfield, Dele Alli (1/20) and Jordan Henderson (3/10) retain their places. Declan Rice (3/10) will certainly be buzzing as he will have a starting place in his first major tournament, relegating Jesse Lingard (2/5) to the bench. The Man Utd midfielder just about misses out as Southgate opts for two holding players.  

Wonderkid Jadon Sancho (1/20) is heavily favoured to continue his astonishing development and complete an exciting forward trio with Harry Kane (1/80) and Raheem Sterling (1/80). The latter two are the shortest prices to make the squad. 

Elsewhere, the likes of Phil Foden (5/2) and James Maddison (evs) could be featured in the coming qualifiers by Southgate, which means Phil Jones (16/1) and Danny Welbeck (11/2) are likely to fall by the wayside.

Most likely England starting XI at Euro 2020 according to the bookies:


Jordan Pickford (1/50)


John Stones (2/9)
Harry Maguire (3/10)
Kyle Walker (1/3)
Ben Chilwell (4/11)


Dele Alli (1/20)
Declan Rice (3/10)
Jordan Henderson (3/10)


Harry Kane (1/80)
Raheem Sterling (1/80)
Jadon Sancho (1/20)