It’s crunch time for Roy Hodgson who names his 23-man Euro 2016 squad on Monday and we highlight the best odds available on the men most likely to be on the plane to France next month.

The big two here are Joe Hart and Fraser Forster, who are both certainties to make the squad barring accidents on the final day of the season. The choice Roy must make is whether to take Tom Heaton or Ben Foster for the third spot. The value call here has to be Ben Foster who can be backed at 3/1 despite being as short as 4/7 elsewhere.

Joe Hart – Best odds 1/50
Fraser Forster – 1/20
Tom Heaton – 1/4
Ben Foster – 3/1 (as short as 4/7 in places)

Will Roy gamble on the fitness of Luke Shaw? The Manchester United fullback would almost certainly be in the starting eleven if he hadn’t been sidelined for most of the season, but Danny Rose has had an excellent season for Spurs and looks likely to provide the cover for Nathaniel Clyne.

Chris Smalling – 1/20
Gary Cahill – 1/16
Danny Rose – 1/8
John Stones – 2/17
Nathaniel Clyne – 2/13
Ryan Bertrand – 1/3
Kyle Walker – 3/5
Phil Jagielka – 21/20
Phil Jones – 7/2 (5/4 in a place)
Luke Shaw – 9/2 (evens in places)
Kieren Gibbs – 8/1
Leighton Baines – 9/1
Aaron Cresswell – 28/1

It’s been another frustrating season for Jack Wilshere but Roy has made it clear that the Arsenal midfielder will retain his place in the squad if getting game time with his club in the final couple of games of the campaign. At 1/3, bookmakers clearly believe his place is fairly safe. Can the same be said of his teammate Theo Walcott though? Walcott has hardly been pulling up trees at Arsenal and his place in the final 23 looks far from certain.

Dele Alli – 1/16
James Milner – 1/14
Ross Barkley – 1/12
Raheem Sterling – 1/9
Eric Dier – 2/17
Adam Lallana – 3/19
Jordan Hendserson – 1/3
Jack Wilshere – 1/3
Danny Drinkwater – 1/2
Theo Walcott – 11/13
Andros Townsend – 11/8
Fabian Delph - 3/1
Michael Carrick – 6/1
Mark Noble – 12/1
Aaron Lennon – 16/1

Harry Kane will start the Euros as England’s main striker but who will be joining the Spurs man on the plane? It’s been a devastating week for Danny Welbeck who looked certain to go to France, but will Roy resist the temptation to bring in anther striker? The big four are clearly Kane, Vardy, Rooney and Sturridge, but Roy has the option of bolstering his attacking options by bringing in Jermaine Defoe (10/1) or Andy Carroll (6/1), or could he pull a rabbit out of the hat and take Manchester United's teenage sensation Marcus Rashford?

Harry Kane – 1/33
Wayne Rooney – 1/33
Jamie Vardy – 1/25
Daniel Sturridge – 3/19
Andy Carroll – 6/1
Jermaine Defoe – 10/1
Marcus Rashford – 12/1
Jess Lingard – 14/1

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Defoe - 1pt @ 10/1