The twenty-three players that have received the most bets to make the plane to Russia.
Every time an England squad is announced, especially in a World Cup year, we all bemoan the manager's picks and lack of talent. Just this week, a series of high-profile players withdrew from the Three Lions camp ahead of friendlies against international heavyweights Germany and Brazil. The likes of Jack Cork and Jake Livermore were called in whilst youngsters Tammy Abraham, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Joe Gomez were all given their first call up.
We've taken a look at who would be on the plane to Russia 2018 if it was decided by bets placed through Oddschecker...
Jordan Pickford (4/11), Jack Butland (1/4), Joe Hart (1/4)
The three goalies that will most likely be there in the summer have been the most backed, except most bets have actually been on the yet-to-be-capped Jordan Pickford. Joe Hart still makes the top three despite his poor form at club level.
Lewis Dunk (7/1), Phil Jones (8/11), Harry Maguire (1/2), Fabian Delph (3/1), Kyle Walker (1/8), Jamaal Lascelles (12/1), Kieran Trippier (1/2), Joe Gomez (6/1)
The eight defenders that have accounted for most bets have just 65 caps between them, an average of less than eight per player. Brighton's Lewis Dunk has never been included in a squad however he has been the most popular bet of any English player whilst Fabian Delph is fancied to be in the picture now he's playing regularly at full-back for league leaders Man City. Newcastle captain Lascelles has been a rock under Rafa Benitez and Joe Gomez is one of the few Liverpool defenders to come out of their leaky start with any credit.
Harry Winks (4/6), Jack Wilshere (2/1), Dele Alli (1/12), Nathaniel Chalobah (6/1), Raheem Sterling (1/5), Danny Drinkwater (8/1), Demarai Gray (6/1), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (5/1)
The most backed midfield has a very youthful look to it, boasting an average age of just 22.5 years old. Winks, Wilshere and Alli are the top three and it's Chalobah who is next on the list. Despite currently being out injured, the Watford central midfielder impressed in the first few games and will look to pick up where he left off when he returns. Drinkwater has just come back from injury and Demarai Gray's influence is consistently growing for the Foxes. If Loftus-Cheek can help Palace avoid relegation he's certain to be in the mix.
Harry Kane (1/16), Tammy Abraham (4/1), Marcus Rashford (1/8), Daniel Sturridge (3/1)
Unsurprisingly Harry Kane is the top striker but it's Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham who our users think can be his understudy. Rashford has been in decent form this season and his goal threat and versatility mean he is a likely selection. For the fourth striker position, it's Daniel Sturridge - who has made just four league starts this season - who has been given the vote of confidence by Oddschecker punters.