England manager Roy Hodgson has included Andy Carroll, John Ruddy and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in his 23-man squad for Euro 2012 but has omitted Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand.
Tottenham defender Kyle Walker is out of the tournament, which England are 10/1 with bookmaker to win while Spain can be backed at 5/2, after breaking a toe during Sunday’s 2-0 victory against Fulham.
Norwich City goalkeeper Ruddy wins a call-up after enjoying a fine campaign for the Canaries in the Premier League and will provide back-up to Joe Hart and Rob Green.
Carroll is included in the 23-man squad after hitting form in the last few weeks and wins a place ahead of Stoke City striker Peter Crouch.
The only other strikers in the squad are Wayne Rooney – who is suspended for England’s first two matches at Euro 2012 – Jermain Defoe and Danny Welbeck.