Harry Maguire, Jordan Henderson and Jack Grealish return to England trio hope to prove their form and fitness to Gareth Southgate after missing opening Euro 2020 win over Croatia
- All the players who didn’t start were in training – apart from Dean Henderson
- The goalkeeper has a niggle and missed a session for the second time in a week
- Jordan Henderson will have noted the impressive display of Kalvin Phillips
- Jack Grealish and Marcus Rashford will also be looking to get into the XI
- Harry Maguire continues to work his way back to fitness after his ankle injury
England players have returned to training – but only those who did not start Sunday’s 1-0 win over Croatia were put through their paces before some end-of-session rondos as those in the starting XI focused on recovery.
Raheem Sterling’s goal has got the Three Lions off to the ideal start, with the importance of impressing in training even more magnified after the team’s impressive display against Zlatko Dalic’s men.
Dean Henderson was the only non-starter who did not take part in training, with the Manchester United goalkeeper sitting out a session for the second time in a week with a slight niggle.
England’s non-starters will aim to impress before Friday night’s clash against Scotland
Ben Chilwell and Luke Shaw face increased competition after Kieran Trippier’s selection
Dean Henderson is currently struggling with slight niggle and missed training on Monday
Harry Kane and John Stones are also nursing injuries – but neither issue is said to be serious
Jordan Henderson will find it tough to start after the outstanding display of Kalvin Phillips
Harry Kane and John Stones are nursing rib and left ankle issues respectively, but Sky Sports News have revealed that these issues aren’t serious.
Kalvin Phillips’ man-of-the-match performance would have made Jordan Henderson’s task of forcing himself into the starting XI even tougher as the Liverpool captain continues to work his way towards getting fit enough to start his first match since sustaining a groin injury against Everton on 20 February.
Ben Chilwell and Luke Shaw are now not just competing against each other for the left-back berth, but with Kieran Trippier, who was entrusted with the position at Wembley.
Chilwell will want to show that he is worthy of a place on the bench as the Chelsea man was one of three players left out of the squad entirely along with
John Stones and Tyrone Mings’ solid partnership underlined the task Harry Maguire faces as he tries to win back his place.
Jack Grealish will have noted Raheem Sterling’s strong start to the tournament on the left
Harry Maguire could find it hard to break apart the Stones-Tyrone Mings partnership
Marcus Rashford will be looking for minutes against Scotland after Sunday’s 20-minute cameo
Ben White is one of four newcomers looking for their first taste of major tournament action
Jack Grealish was not selected and will have noted Raheem Sterling’s impressive impressive display on the left.
Marcus Rashford will hope to get more minutes under his belt against Scotland after coming on for a cameo role in the opening-game win, as will Dominic Calvert-Lewin, while Conor Coady, Ben White, Reece James and Bukayo Saka will hope to make their major tournament bow on Friday against Steve Clarke’s men, who face Czech Republic at Hampden Park on Monday.