The England squad for the upcoming European Championship qualifying matches against San Marino and Estonia will be announced today at 12:30.
Meetings with two such puny adversaries offer Roy Hodgson the chance for further experimentation after the Three Lions boss moved to call up uncapped quartet Jack Colback, Fabian Delph, Calum Chambers and Danny Rose for the September internationals.
The bwin odds boffins see Southampton’s Nathaniel Clyne as the fringe Englishman most likely to gain admittance to the squad revealed today at 6/5.
In doing so he would follow in the footsteps of several sometime St Mary’s stars to have recently got the nod, including Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert, Luke Shaw and Calum Chambers.
The former Crystal Palace academy graduate has continued to advertise his claims to the hotly-disputed right-back berth by playing every game of the campaign for the division’s best defence.
Clyne is by some way the most likely of the wannabes in the eyes of the bwin layers, with Swansea pair Jonjo Shelvey and Nathan Dyer among the next strata of possibles at 2/1 and 4/1 respectively.
The first mentioned has a solitary senior cap to his name already, back in 2012, and has leading claims to be inducted into this squad due to the position in which he operates.
As a central midfielder he plays in a similar role to Delph and Colback, both of whom were brought in for the last England get-together.
Despite growing excitement over Saido Berahino’s form for West Bromwich Albion the 21-year-old is deemed only equally as likely to get called up for today’s squad as Dyer at 4/1.
That’s despite his current status as the Premier League’s highest-scoring Englishman.
Elsewhere, the inclusion of Stoke City’s Ryan Shawcross looks far from a pipe dream at 3/1, with Hodgson’s centre-half thinking far from clear if recent call-ups for John Stones and Arsenal’s Chambers are anything to go by.