Jarrad Branthwaite has the best chance of making the cut for England's Euro 2024 squad among the three Cumbrians in the mix.

That's according to the bookmakers, who give Branthwaite the shortest price to be included in Gareth Southgate's final squad for the tournament.

The Wigton star is in the 33-man preliminary squad along with fellow Cumbrians Dean Henderson, from Whitehaven, and James Trafford, from Greysouthen.

Defender Branthwaite and goalkeeper Henderson are odds-on for inclusion while keeper Trafford is rated as an outsider by the bookies.

Everton's ex-Carlisle United star Branthwaite is 1/10 with SkyBet to be one of the defenders selected by Southgate in his 26-man squad for the tournament in Germany.

The sought-after Cumbrian, 21, is in the senior Three Lions ranks for the second time having been an unused substitute against Brazil and Belgium after his first call-up in March.

Crystal Palace No1 Henderson now appears to have a strong chance of going to the Euros as the third most senior keeper of the four selected by Southgate in the training squad.

The former Blues academy keeper is 1/5 with SkyBet to be one of three keepers chosen to go to Germany, along with Jordan Pickford (1/50) and Aaron Ramsdale (1/33).

Burnley keeper Trafford is also in the training squad, having previously been promoted from the Under-21s by Southgate.

But the former Carlisle academy prospect is odds-against to make the final cut, at a price of 9/4 (SkyBet) and 5/2 (BetFred).

England face two friendlies next week, against Bosnia & Herzegovina at St James' Park on Tuesday, June 4, then against Iceland on Friday, June 7.

Southgate is expected to confirm his final 26-man squad for the tournament on Saturday, June 8.

England's Euro 2024 campaign starts with a first group game against Serbia on June 16, followed by clashes with Denmark (June 20) and Slovenia (June 25).

Source: Oddschecker