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England are preparing for their first fixtures of 2024 – the year which could quite possibly end all those years of hurt.

Gareth Southgate‘s men will go to Germany this summer as favourites to win the European Championship and lift their first major trophy since 1966.

While the likes of France, Spain and Germany will have something to say about that, there’s no doubt England boast their strongest team for a number of years and are a force to be reckoned with.

Unlike Euro 2020, which permitted a 26-man squad in case of Covid withdrawals, this summer’s tournament will see Southgate pick just 23 players.

His current squad for the Wembley friendlies against Brazil on Saturday and Belgium on Tuesday consists of 25 after Manchester United midfielder Kobbie Mainoo was added but Arsenal‘s Bukayo Saka withdrew through injury.

So who is looking likely to make the cut for the summer? Here’s out latest England squad ladder. 

ENGLAND’S EURO 2024 SQUAD LADDER: Young guns Palmer, Mainoo and Gordon aim to impress Gareth Southgate and make the plane to Germany as Shaw, Henderson and James sweat on their places

England continue their build-up to Euro 2024 with friendlies against Brazil and Belgium

Gareth Southgate can only take 23 players to the Euros, so has tough decisions ahead

Gareth Southgate can only take 23 players to the Euros, so has tough decisions ahead

MAIL SPORT’S PREVIOUS TOP 40 

1. Harry Kane

2. Jude Bellingham

3. Kyle Walker

4. Declan Rice

5. John Stones

6. Jordan Pickford

7. Bukayo Saka

8. Phil Foden

9. Kieran Trippier

10. Jack Grealish

11. Harry Maguire

12. Trent Alexander-Arnold

13. Luke Shaw

14. Marc Guehi

15. James Maddison

16. Marcus Rashford

17. Jordan Henderson

18. Conor Gallagher

19. Reece James

20. Kalvin Phillips

21. Ben Chilwell

22. Sam Johnstone

23. Jarrod Bowen

24. Eberechi Eze

25. Ollie Watkins

26. Fikayo Tomori

27. Lewis Dunk

28. Rico Lewis

29. Callum Wilson

30. Aaron Ramsdale

31. Anthony Gordon

32. Raheem Sterling

33. Levi Colwill

34. Nick Pope

35. Cole Palmer

36. Eddie Nketiah

37. Mason Mount

38. Ezri Konsa

39. James Ward-Prowse

40. Ivan Toney

1. Harry Kane (NON-MOVER) 

Kane may not be risked over the coming days after he injured himself colliding with a goalpost during Bayern Munich’s win over Darmstadt.

Southgate and the nation as a whole will hope that’s captain Kane’s injury issues done and dusted ahead of a huge summer.

A stunning return of 37 goals in 35 matches during his debut campaign with Bayern just confirms Kane remains in sharp form and England will hope that rolls over into the Euros.

Will be the first name on Southgate’s teamsheet and remains the top rung on our ladder.

Harry Kane tops our ladder and the England captain is fundamental to their Euro hopes

Harry Kane tops our ladder and the England captain is fundamental to their Euro hopes

2. Jude Bellingham (NON-MOVER)

Another player who falls into the ‘indispensable’ category. Bellingham will be England’s great hope for many years to come and is a guaranteed starter this summer.

It’s breathtaking how quickly the 20-year-old Real Madrid midfielder has made himself integral to Southgate’s plans.

There are so many strings to his bow but it’s expected Bellingham will be given licence to maraud forward and make things happen during the tournament.

Southgate still has to figure out the precise balance and composition of his midfield but Bellingham’s natural class makes him the creative fulcrum.

England fans will be hoping to see this Jude Bellingham celebration a few times this summer

England fans will be hoping to see this Jude Bellingham celebration a few times this summer

3. Kyle Walker (NON-MOVER)

We’ve ranked Walker consistently highly on our ladder and that was only confirmed when he captained England for the first time back in November.

The Manchester City full-back, 33, has 81 caps and offers a wealth of big game and tournament experience that Southgate will harness.

England don’t necessarily have the fastest centre-backs, so Walker’s recovery pace is often vital in containing counter-attacks.

Perhaps we’ll see a rematch of his 2022 World Cup quarter-final duel with France’s Kylian Mbappe this summer.

Southgate has long valued Kyle Walker's big game and big tournament experience

Southgate has long valued Kyle Walker’s big game and big tournament experience

4. Declan Rice (NON-MOVER)

Another Southgate stalwart who’ll be pencilled straight onto his teamsheet when England play Serbia in their Euro opener on June 16.

Rice could be a Premier League champion by then if Arsenal can hold on to top spot and the 25-year-old midfielder’s £105million move there has only accelerated his growth.

Playing in the Champions League and top-of-the-table clashes only helps prepare Rice for England’s big games – not that he needs it.

The only question is who lines up alongside him in the midfield as Southgate moves beyond his usual partner Kalvin Phillips.

Arsenal midfielder Declan Rice is fundamental to everything Southgate's England do

Arsenal midfielder Declan Rice is fundamental to everything Southgate’s England do

5. Jordan Pickford (UP ONE)

Pickford moves up by virtue of John Stones falling down a few places but it’s no secret he will be Southgate’s first-choice goalkeeper this summer.

That has been the case since Southgate recognised his distribution skills ahead of the 2018 World Cup and, 58 caps on, that isn’t about the change assuming Pickford remains fit.

He saved a penalty from North Macedonia’s Enis Bardhi in his last England outing – only for Bardhi to convert the rebound – and he could well prove the matchwinner in a shootout again.

Even if Everton suffer relegation between now and the end of the season, Pickford will be crucial to his country.

Jordan Pickford saves a penalty from North Macedonia's Enis Bardhi - who netted the rebound

Jordan Pickford saves a penalty from North Macedonia’s Enis Bardhi – who netted the rebound

6. Phil Foden (UP TWO)

It has taken a little bit of time for Foden to establish himself in the England side – but you imagine he’ll be starting come the summer.

How can Southgate ignore such a gifted footballer, who has won every honour with Manchester City and is once again in spellbinding form with 18 goals and 10 assists this season.

Foden’s issue in the past has been a lack of clarity over where his best position is and, indeed, he continues to play all over the place for Pep Guardiola.

But actually, Southgate has slowly embraced just how versatile Foden is, offering him options in central and wide positions depending on the need.

Phil Foden looks nailed-on for a spot in Southgate's side when the Euros begin this summer

Phil Foden looks nailed-on for a spot in Southgate’s side when the Euros begin this summer

7. Bukayo Saka (NON-MOVER)

Unfortunately, we won’t get to see Saka do his thing against Brazil because of his injury withdrawal but the Arsenal man has little to prove to Southgate.

If the England boss picked on form, Saka would be straight in because of the 16 goals and 13 assists for his club this season.

If he was looking for some X-factor, he’d also be in because he’s one of the few unafraid to directly take on an opponent out wide.

And if he was picking on England reliability, then the 22-year-old, with his 11 goals and eight assists for the Three Lions, would be in as well. A shoo-in.

Bukayo Saka powers home one of his hat-trick of goals in the 7-0 win over North Macedonia

Bukayo Saka powers home one of his hat-trick of goals in the 7-0 win over North Macedonia

8. Harry Maguire (UP THREE)

How the outlook for Maguire has been transformed from the start of the season when he wasn’t in the Manchester United team and his Euro chances were in jeopardy.

Why didn’t he take a move to a club where he could play regularly, we asked. Maguire has courage in his convictions and his decision to take his chances at Old Trafford has paid off.

If not for injury troubles, he’d have started many more games. That will be good enough for Southgate, you’d imagine, who has consistently pointed out Maguire hasn’t let England down.

If he continues to feature for his club between now and May, you’d fully imagine he’ll line up for England in June.

Harry Maguire remains a trusted lieutenant for Southgate and is likely to start at the Euros

Harry Maguire remains a trusted lieutenant for Southgate and is likely to start at the Euros

9. Ben Chilwell (UP TWELVE)

Chilwell’s big climb up the ladder is become England will obviously need a recognised left-back in the summer and Luke Shaw faces a fitness race.

The Chelsea man has suffered his own injury problems, of course, missing a large chunk of the campaign with a hamstring issue.

But if he can remain clear of further problems, Chilwell could well have the place if Shaw – who has been Southgate’s first choice there for some time when available – is lacking fitness.

Not that we should be doubting Chilwell’s capabilities – he should be able to perform at a major tournament. Will hope for plenty of action during this friendly double-header to reassert himself.

Ben Chilwell with Ivan Toney on the training ground at St George's Park ahead of Brazil

Ben Chilwell with Ivan Toney on the training ground at St George’s Park ahead of Brazil

10. Trent Alexander-Arnold (UP TWO)

The Liverpool man misses this camp because of a knee injury but is expected to return to action next month.

Southgate will hope Alexander-Arnold gets a good run-up to the Euros amidst Liverpool’s busy climax to the season because he could have grand plans for him.

In qualifying, Alexander-Arnold looks very good slotted into England’s midfield and there is definitely a No 8 vacancy to be filled alongside Rice and Bellingham.

Alexander-Arnold, with his ability to pick a long pass, could be well suited and obviously he can play at right-back, too.

Southgate has only played him in midfield against lesser nations so far, so for him to miss these friendlies prohibits further experimentation. He’ll be in the squad if fit, for sure.

Trent Alexander-Arnold looked good in midfield during the qualifiers and you wonder if Southgate sees him stationed there long-term

Trent Alexander-Arnold looked good in midfield during the qualifiers and you wonder if Southgate sees him stationed there long-term 

11. Jack Grealish (DOWN ONE)

Grealish is also missing this time around after suffering a groin injury – but he shouldn’t be out of action for too long and is already out on the training pitches at Man City.

The winger has played a curious bit-part for England, usually coming off the bench to run at tiring legs or when an impact is needed.

Grealish may not be an automatic starter in the summer – though he’s ahead of Rashford in the pecking order now – but he’s just too talented not to make an impression at some point.

Let’s just hope he remains free of niggly injuries between now and then.

Jack Grealish has never been an automatic England starter but usually makes an impact

Jack Grealish has never been an automatic England starter but usually makes an impact

12. John Stones (DOWN SEVEN)

Another player who is completely tried, tested and trusted under Southgate.

With 69 caps and a wealth of experience under his belt, Stones would no doubt line up alongside Maguire if Southgate had his way.

He’ll undoubtedly be in the squad – and start – if fully fit but that has proved something of an issue at Man City this season.

Stones was ruled out of the last England camp in November and while Marc Guehi performed well, he now has his own injury troubles.

So while Stones has slipped down a few positions, he’ll definitely be picked if fit come June.

Southgate would opt for the Stones (left) and Maguire central defensive combo if available

Southgate would opt for the Stones (left) and Maguire central defensive combo if available

13. Kieran Trippier (DOWN THREE)

Trippier is another regular who is currently absent from the squad after he picked up a calf injury.

That’s unlikely to matter assuming he gets back playing for Newcastle quickly. The full-back has been a Southgate regular over recent years and can play on the left or right of defence.

Trippier could prove very useful if England’s left-back options lack complete fitness come the start of the tournament.

At 33, this will be his fourth major tournament and obviously such a wealth of experience isn’t to be sniffed at.

Kieran Trippier looks nailed on to win a place at a fourth tournament with England if fully fit

Kieran Trippier looks nailed on to win a place at a fourth tournament with England if fully fit

14. James Maddison (UP ONE)

In keeping with quite a few others here, Maddison has enjoyed a pretty fruitful season but has seen it interrupted by an injury blow.

With four goals and eight assists for Ange Postecoglou’s exciting Tottenham team, he’s in a good moment and those returns would be considerably higher if not for that lay-off.

Maddison still only has five England caps but offers a point of difference from either the left side or a No 10 position.

Back in the squad, these upcoming games should serve as an audition for that vacant midfield spot.

James Maddison can offer England a point of difference in midfield and should make the squad

James Maddison can offer England a point of difference in midfield and should make the squad

15. Conor Gallagher (UP THREE)

The Chelsea man, who has slowly come into the England fold under Southgate, is another hoping to secure that midfield spot ahead of Jordan Henderson, Kalvin Phillips and others.

His captaincy of and performances for Chelsea in what has been a turbulent season stand him in good stead because he has remained consistent and reliable.

For England, Gallagher has been little more than a midfield back-up but he definitely has the opportunity to change that if he can show his dynamism.

Chelsea's Conor Gallagher has the chance to prove to Southgate he warrants a regular spot

Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher has the chance to prove to Southgate he warrants a regular spot

16. Sam Johnstone (UP SIX)

We might as well take the opportunity to nail down the goalkeeper slots because England will likely pick three out of the 23.

That trio is probably going to be the three picked for the latest squad, with Palace’s Johnstone alongside Pickford and Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale.

Nick Pope is out injured and Southgate resisted the temptation to recall Jack Butland after his good Rangers form.

Johnstone has only four caps but is the No 1 at a Premier League club and so has every right to be selected for his country.

Sam Johnstone makes a saves during his last outing for England - in October's Australia game

Sam Johnstone makes a saves during his last outing for England – in October’s Australia game

17. Aaron Ramsdale (UP THIRTEEN)

Only two keepers were included in the top 23 in the last ladder but Ramsdale will also surely go to Germany as an understudy to Pickford.

Unfortunately, ‘understudy’ is a word he’s become accustomed to after Mikel Arteta brought in David Raya to take the gloves at Arsenal.

Despite Raya’s early teething issues, Ramsdale has remained very much on the Gunners bench and that isn’t likely to change before the summer.

Nonetheless, in Pope’s absence, Ramsdale – who has four caps – remains the best option.

Aaron Ramsdale celebrates during England's 3-1 win over Scotland back in September

Aaron Ramsdale celebrates during England’s 3-1 win over Scotland back in September 

18. Joe Gomez (NEW ENTRY)

The Liverpool man makes his first England squad since October 2020 off the back of a positive club season as Liverpool chase farewell silverware for Jurgen Klopp.

His inclusion can be seen as vindication for the football utility man given Gomez, who has 11 caps, can slot in right across the back line or in defensive midfield.

And so if he’s that handy for Klopp, then he can be similarly handy for Southgate. It may not mean he’ll start but Gomez offers decent enough cover in four positions should the need arise.

Joe Gomez looked very happy to be back in the England squad for the first time since 2020

Joe Gomez looked very happy to be back in the England squad for the first time since 2020

19. Marcus Rashford (DOWN THREE)

There have been worrying times this season when Rashford’s Euro place was at risk but even though he’s dropped a few places, he should still make the cut.

The Manchester United man has scored in his last three games but obviously it’s tricky not to compare this season to his blistering 2022-23.

For England, where he has 17 goals in 59 outings, Southgate knows how dangerous he can be. There may still be a starting place for him in their attack but there’s no guarantees.

A goal against either Brazil or Belgium certainly wouldn’t be a bad thing to prove Rashford is fully back on track.

Marcus Rashford has come back into form at a good time but isn't assured of an England start

Marcus Rashford has come back into form at a good time but isn’t assured of an England start

20. Ivan Toney (UP 20)

It looks likely Southgate will only have space for one back-up centre forward to Kane in the squad and that seems to be between Toney and Ollie Watkins.

Both are in the latest squad but the fact Brentford striker Toney has been brought straight back into the fold after his lengthy betting ban maybe hints he’ll get the nod.

He has scored four times in 10 Premier League games since his return and if he continues in that vein of form until May he has every chance of a call-up.

With doubts over Kane’s fitness, it will be telling who Southgate plays up top on Saturday.  

Ivan Toney (left) has been brought straight back into the England squad after his betting ban

Ivan Toney (left) has been brought straight back into the England squad after his betting ban

21. Marc Guehi (DOWN SEVEN)

The Crystal Palace defender did well when he started the final two qualifiers against Malta and North Macedonia but then suffered a serious injury setback.

While Crystal Palace hope he’ll return before the end of the season, it remains to be seen whether Southgate judges him to be have played enough to merit a place in the 23.

It’s clear Guehi could offer an alternative to either Maguire or Stones, however, with the manager already trusting him in the heart of defence.

Defender Marc Guehi faces a fitness race after suffering a knee injury a few weeks back

Defender Marc Guehi faces a fitness race after suffering a knee injury a few weeks back

22. Reece James (DOWN THREE)

James is in a similar boat to Guehi, with Chelsea hopeful the right-back will return in time to get. A few games under his belt prior to the squad selection.

Although James hasn’t played for England since the opening Euro qualifier – and then only for five minutes – and missed the World Cup with a knee injury, his talent is obvious.

Southgate told him to ‘build physical resistance’ to regain his England place in what was construed as a warning. 

You’d imagine he’ll have a good shout if he’s fit and has played a few times.

Reece James must prove his fitness again before he can be considered for the Euro squad

Reece James must prove his fitness again before he can be considered for the Euro squad

23. Jordan Henderson (DOWN SIX)

You have to wonder whether Henderson – for so long a Southgate stalwart – is at the right levels now to merit a Euros place. Yet here he is, just inside the squad cut-off on the ladder.

The Ajax midfielder, who is Southgate’s vice-captain, was included in the latest squad and if Henderson can spend a season playing in Saudi Arabia and then for a poor Ajax side, then you start to believe his is undroppable.

Even though England’s midfield should be moving beyond the 33-year-old, you can fully envisage him being there in Germany.

Jordan Henderson remains in Southgate's thoughts and plans despite no longer playing at an elite level of club football

Jordan Henderson remains in Southgate’s thoughts and plans despite no longer playing at an elite level of club football

24. Luke Shaw (DOWN 11)

It’ll be touch and go for Shaw as he battles to get over his thigh injury and then get enough minutes for Manchester United to warrant making the squad.

If Southgate had 26 men, you’d imagine he would gamble on taking Shaw, who has long been his first-choice left-back and is a proven international player.

But given England have Chilwell, Trippier and Gomez who can play there, Shaw really has to get back fit and performing to stand a chance.

On paper, if everyone was fully fit, you would still definitely have him starting.

Luke Shaw will need to prove he's fit and performing to win a place in the squad after injury

Luke Shaw will need to prove he’s fit and performing to win a place in the squad after injury

25. Cole Palmer (UP TEN)

Of all the youngsters pushing hard to sneak into the squad, Palmer must be the highest-ranked based on his outstanding season with Chelsea.

With 14 goals and 12 assists for his new club since moving from Man City, there is rightly a clamour for him to go to Germany.

He could prove a very good impact player if England are struggling to break down a massed defence and knows how to take a good penalty.

On the flip side, he still only has 35 minutes of England football under his belt so the coming days will be crucial for the 21-year-old.

Cole Palmer's excellent Chelsea form means he's well placed to make a late dart for the squad

Cole Palmer’s excellent Chelsea form means he’s well placed to make a late dart for the squad

26. Jarrod Bowen (DOWN THREE)

Bowen is enjoying a really good season for West Ham, with 18 goals across all competitions. Southgate is also fully aware of what the winger can do.

It’s just competition for attacking places is just so intense that he might just fall outside the cut.

Bowen will hope to get on the pitch at Wembley in the coming days, grab his first England goal or an assist, and prove to Southgate he should pick an additional attacker over another defender.

West Ham winger Jarrod Bowen still has a chance of making the squad, but competition is fierce in the attacking positions

West Ham winger Jarrod Bowen still has a chance of making the squad, but competition is fierce in the attacking positions 

27. Ollie Watkins (DOWN TWO)

The return of Toney to the fold has maybe dented Watkins’ hopes of going to Germany as second-choice striker to Kane.

But it’s far from a settled matter. Watkins does have three England goals to his credit (three more than Toney) and has smashed in 22 goals and contributed 10 assists for Aston Villa this season.

On the stats alone, he should make the squad. But the readiness of Southgate to restore Toney right away will make him feel uneasy. 

The picture could easily change, however.

Ollie Watkins celebrates after scoring England's winner in the friendly with Australia

Ollie Watkins celebrates after scoring England’s winner in the friendly with Australia

28. Kalvin Phillips (DOWN EIGHT)

Circumstance finally caught up with Phillips as he was not selected for this latest squad after 18 months of inactivity at Man City and poor form for West Ham.

It showed Southgate can be ruthless with his most trusted players when he needs to be and hinted at a changing of the guard in England’s midfield.

Phillips will no doubt be resigned now to missing out on the summer fun.

Southgate has finally dropped Kalvin Phillips and the midfield probably won't make the Euros

Southgate has finally dropped Kalvin Phillips and the midfield probably won’t make the Euros

29. Fikayo Tomori (DOWN THREE)

At times it has appeared Tomori might push his way into the England reckoning but the AC Milan defender still only has five caps to his name and was left out this time.

He has recently gone through a spell on the sidelines through injury, which probably made Southgate’s mind up for him.

Fikayo Tomori's Euro chances appear to be receding after he was missed out the latest squad

Fikayo Tomori’s Euro chances appear to be receding after he was missed out the latest squad

30. Kobbie Mainoo (NEW ENTRY)

There’s an understandable buzz around the 18-year-old Man United midfielder and his excellent club form has now been rewarded with a first senior call-up.

The fact Southgate added Mainoo to his already-selected squad, promoting him from Lee Carsley’s Under-21s, suggests he wants a closer look against either Brazil or Belgium.

If that is the case, Mainoo has a great opportunity to make a late dash for the summer squad and there’s no shortage of people wanting that to happen.

However, we really don’t know if Mainoo can cut it on the international stage just yet and he’ll get plenty of chance in the future.

Kobbie Mainoo was promoted into the seniors and could make his England debut

Kobbie Mainoo was promoted into the seniors and could make his England debut 

31. Anthony Gordon (NEW ENTRY)

Another exciting addition to Southgate’s squad on the strength of his Newcastle form this season. 

Gordon will believe he can change his summer plans if he impresses in these friendlies.

He is yet more evidence of the depth of attacking talent at England’s disposal and even if this isn’t his time for a tournament, he’ll surely get to one in the future.

Anthony Gordon has been called up into the senior squad and will hope to make his debut

Anthony Gordon has been called up into the senior squad and will hope to make his debut

32. Jarrad Branthwaite (NEW ENTRY)

Another new addition as Southgate looks to freshen up his squad and prove there is a pathway from the youth ranks.

Branthwaite, 21, has been in prime form for Everton and will almost certainly play for England in the future. 

It will be interesting to see if he gets a chance in the coming days.

Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite will be eager to win his maiden senior England cap

Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite will be eager to win his maiden senior England cap

33. Ezri Konsa (UP FIVE)

A rise for Konsa because he made Southgate’s latest selection and will be keen to get his first cap under his belt having not got off the bench in November’s internationals.

34. Lewis Dunk (DOWN SEVEN)

The Brighton captain played against Scotland and Australia last September, taking his cap total to three.

While Dunk is in the latest squad, the return of various centre-backs to fitness and the influx of younger ones means his Euro chances are perhaps fading.

35. Raheem Sterling (DOWN THREE)

Unfortunately Sterling is becoming more accustomed to not being in the England squad than being in it.

He hasn’t featured since England lost to France in the 2022 World Cup quarter-final and his efforts for Chelsea – eight goals, 10 assists this season – have not proved enough.

Once one of Southgate’s most reliable finishers, Sterling’s England days would appear to be numbered now.

Raheem Sterling was left out another England squad and his international days appear over

Raheem Sterling was left out another England squad and his international days appear over

36. Rico Lewis (DOWN EIGHT)

The Manchester City man made his England debut at left-back in the draw with North Macedonia that rounded off Euro 2024 qualifying.

But he has been warming the bench lately for City and didn’t make the latest squad. At 19, however, he has plenty of time on his side.

37. Nick Pope (DOWN THREE)

Although Newcastle goalkeeper Pope is expected to return to action before the end of the season, he would be going some to get enough action under his belt and dislodge the trio of keepers ahead of him.

38. Levi Colwill (DOWN FIVE)

Handed his debut in the October friendly against Australia then missed the next set of games through injury, as is the case at the moment.

Levi Colwill won his first cap against Australia but will have to wait longer for his second

Levi Colwill won his first cap against Australia but will have to wait longer for his second

39. Eddie Nketiah (DOWN THREE)

The Arsenal frontman also played against the Aussies as Southgate investigated other centre forward options. But that remains it, so far, for Nketiah.

You imagine he’ll need more starts for the Gunners to stand any chance in the future.

40. Mason Mount (DOWN THREE)

It’s been a year since Mount received an England call-up – and even then he had to withdraw through injury.

His £55m move from Chelsea to Manchester United – and the injury issues that have followed – have hardly helped Mount’s cause.



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