Jarrad Branthwaite will tomorrow learn whether he's still in the running for a Euro 2024 place.

Gareth Southgate is set to name his England training squad ahead of the summer tournament.

Everton's Cumbrian defender, 21, is hoping to make the cut before Southgate later selects his final 26-man group for the Euros in Germany.

Former Carlisle United star Branthwaite, from Wigton, received his first senior call-up for recent friendlies against Belgium and Brazil, but did not make an appearance.

His impressive performances for the Toffees in the Premier League have put him in contention for the Three Lions.

He is 4/6 (Oddschecker) to make the final 26-man England squad, with defenders such as Lewis Dunk and Joe Gomez also hunting squad places.

Branthwaite's fellow Cumbrians Dean Henderson and James Trafford are outsiders for the goalkeeping places. Henderson is 2/1 and Trafford 7/1, with Jordan Pickford, Aaron Ramsdale and Nick Pope the favourites for the three keeper places.

The provisional squad is announced at 2pm, with England set for home friendlies against Bosnia & Herzegovina and Iceland before the Euros.

The former game is at Newcastle United's St James' Park on Monday, June 3 while the Iceland clash is at Wembley on Friday, June 7.

The Euros then get under way on June 14, with England's opening group game against Serbia on June 16.

Southgate's side then take on Denmark on June 20, with Slovenia their final group opponents on June 25.

The UEFA deadline for final squads to be submitted is June 7.

Branthwaite played his 41st and final game of Everton's season in the Toffees' 2-1 defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.

Some 35 of those appearances came in the Premier League - comfortably the most of his top-flight career to date - with the other six in cup competitions.