England head coach Gareth Southgate set to select final 26-man squad for the Euro competition.
England head coach Gareth Southgate is set to select his final 26-man squad that will play in the 2020 Euro.
UEFA has given the dead line for Tuesday for teams to announce their final team that will feature in the competition.
Southgate has been worried about the fitness of some players as he tries to take his time to figure out who to pick and who should be left out.
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire missed the final against Villarreal and the England coach is worried about the central back.
The five Manchester United players that were selected in the 33-man provisional squad will be arrive at the training centre to watch the game against Austria.
It has been stated that its unlikely any of the players will be involved in the game.
The seven players selected in Chelsea and Manchester City team will also join up later in the second friendly as it is unlikely they play in the friendly as well.
The right back will be a major issue for the Southgate as he has 4 players who are in good shape and help their clubs in the league.
James Reece helped his team won the Champions League this season as the right back played important role for the Chelsea squad.
Kyle Walker who won the Premier League with Manchester City and also Kieran Tripper won the La Liga with Atletico Madrid.
Trent Alexander-Arnold has been an outstanding player for the Reds, as this player might give the England manager a selection problem.