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Jadon Sancho Euro 2024 Odds: Cut to 4/1 to make England squad


Jadon Sancho has seen his odds cut massively to 4/1 to make the England Euro 2024 squad following a superb couple of displays to help Borussia Dortmund into the Champions League final.

The winger has been out of the England reckoning since his last cap against Andorra in 2021, with his move to Manchester United failing to establish him either in the Premier League or in Gareth Southgate’s plans and his career stagnating.

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Sancho moved back to Dortmund on loan in January after a public falling out with Erik ten Hag and has prospered away from the chaos at Old Trafford, leading to a potential England call-up for this summer’s European Championships.

Just two weeks ago he was still deemed a huge outsider for the squad, but after starring in the first leg win for Dortmund over PSG he saw his odds cut significantly while the second leg saw them drop even further.

Jadon Sancho Euro 2024 Odds Comparison

DateOdds
23/4/2416/1
1/5/245/1
8/5/244/1

All odds courtesy of BetVictor, correct at time of writing (May 8, 2pm)

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In previous years Sancho might have found himself a walk-in for the squad despite his difficulties in Manchester, but he faces a lot of competition if he wishes to force himself into the squad with a vast array of attacking talent available to Southgate.

Considering players such as Phil Foden and Bukayo Saka are nailed on for selection, here is a look at who Sancho is competing with and their odds to make it to Germany.

Cole Palmer - 1/12

It is a sign of just how good Palmer has been this season that he appears to be pretty much nailed-on for selection with the bookies, and with 21 goals this season in the Premier League it is hard to see how he doesn’t make the cut.

He only made his England debut in November so he isn’t exactly an established member of Southgate’s squad, but his form has been so good that the England manager might be thinking how to squeeze him into the XI, never mind the squad. We think Palmer will be on the plane, but as he isn’t quite yet an established member of the squad his place would be one of the more vulnerable ones, particularly at his age.

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Cole Palmer to be picked in the England squad

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Marcus Rashford - 2/5

A year ago it would have been hard to imagine a scenario in which Rashford misses out on an international tournament, but the Manchester United forward has endured a nightmare season that has affected both his form and his personal life.

He remains a favourite of Southgate and has proven to be a brilliant impact player in tournaments before, so we’re pretty sure he will make the cut but he is one of the players who could find himself vulnerable to Sancho’s late season form particularly given the competition out on the left.

Rashford, like Sancho, is another who has struggled in the environment created by ten Hag at Old Trafford so a summer away in a familiar environment could be the tonic he needs - but a summer off could be equally as important.

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Marcus Rashford to be picked in the England squad

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Anthony Gordon - 1/2

Gordon has done well to jump so high on this list, but he made a significant enough impression in his first two games for his country to be in with a shout of this summer’s tournament.

He only made his debut in March in the friendlies with Brazil and Belgium and considering the calibre of the opposition, was one of England’s better players and his work rate as well as his technical ability means that he is likely to be a favourite of Southgate moving forward.

Despite that, it could come too soon for Gordon who, if we are to be ultra critical, has fallen off the boil since those two England matches and has not maintained the attacking output from earlier this season. He will be a name for the future for sure, but could this tournament come slightly too early?

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Anthony Gordon to be picked in the England squad

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Jack Grealish - 1/2

It has been a tough year for Grealish, who was riding so high this time last year after playing a key role in Manchester City’s treble-winning team but now finds himself fighting to stay in England’s Euro 2024 plans.

A combination of injuries, poor form and the emergence of Jeremy Doku have meant that we aren’t seeing the same Grealish of 12 months ago while you only need to watch him to see that he is no longer the free-wheeling, free-spirited attacker that so engaged fans at Euro 2021.

Nevertheless, he is a popular player within the squad and his technical ability makes him a valuable asset for Southgate who likes to have control in his sides. But based on what they have done this season - particularly in recent months - Sancho could feel hard done by if Grealish gets the nod.

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Jack Grealish to be picked in the England squad

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Jarrod Bowen - 5/4

Anyone who watched England’s draw with Belgium in March will have seen just how good a player Bowen can be, so it could be seen as a surprise to see him this low on the list.

The truth though, is that he just has too many attackers ahead of him in the queue. Twenty goals this season in a fairly pragmatic David Moyes team is some effort, but a slight falling away in the last few months - he only has seven goals in 2024 - could count against him.

The Belgium performance is sure to give Southgate food for thought and showed how good Bowen could be when surrounded by more talent, but along with Sancho we think he might just miss the cut this time round.

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Jarrod Bowen to be picked in the England squad

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