England coach, Gareth Southgate has announced his final 26-man squad today for the Euro 2020 tournament.
Jesse Lingard, James Ward-Prowse, and Ollie Watkins were among the six players dropped from England boss Gareth Southgate’s final 26-man Euro 2020 team on Tuesday, but Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold received some good news.
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Alexander-Arnold joins Kieran Trippier, Reece James, and Kyle Walker inthe 26-man squad as one of four right-backs.
Mason Greenwood had previously been knocked out of Southgate’s final team, whereasAaron Ramsdale, Ben Godfrey, andBen White, all uncapped, were also leftout.
Below is the confirmed England 26-man squad and their jersey numbers for the Euro 2020 tournament:
On Sunday, June 13, England will play Croatiain their first encounter of the tournament.
On June 18, they will face Scotland, and on June 22, they will battle the Czech Republicto complete the group stage.
All three games will be played at Wembley Stadium.
Southgate’s squad will confront the second-placed team from Group F, which may be Portugal, Germany, France, or Hungary, if they finish first in Group D.
If they come second, they’ll play the second-placedteam from Group E, which may be Spain, Sweden, Poland, or Slovakia.
Southgate has also announced that the six players who were left out of the group will be allowed to feature in the two next warm-up matches against Austria and Romania.