Joe Allen (Wales) – Allen is a regular in Wales midfield and is expected to feature heavily throughout the Euro 2016 campaign. The midfielder recently spoke of his desire to make his mark in France, aiming to put such nicknames as the Welsh Xavi behind him. 12 12 Divock Origi (Belgium) – With such an exciting attacking unit in Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne and Yannick Carrasco, Origi is likely to be seated alongside Christian Benteke on the Belgium bench. He could, nonetheless, be the preferred option ahead of Benteke, should Wilmots require a change up top. 12 12 Daniel Sturridge (England) – It could be a difficult Euros campaign for Sturridge, with Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy the in-form duo in attack. The Liverpool striker is very much expected to feature regularly in France, though. What position thatll be, only Hodgson and his coaching staff know. Nathaniel Clyne (England) – Roy Hodgson has some difficulty in choosing his full backs this summer and Clyne faces fierce competition from Kyle Walker. The former Southampton defender was consistent throughout his debut campaign on Merseyside, but his Spurs rival may be ahead of him in the pecking order. 12 Adam Lallana (England) – Lallana isnt expected to be a starter for Roy Hodgson, but could prove to be one of his most influential players from the bench. With so many attacking options, though, it very much remains to be seen how much playing time he is awarded. Jordan Henderson (England) – Despite being aged just 25, Henderson is one of the most experienced midfielders at Roy Hodgson’s disposal. The former Sunderland man missed much of the campaign through injury and will need to put in some excellent performances to silence some believing Leicester Citys Danny Drinkwater should have been chosen ahead of him. 12 Emre Can (Germany) – Liverpool fans adore Can and his growing influence on Merseyside. Despite being a regular for the Reds, the midfielder isnt guaranteed a spot for his country, with Toni Kroos and Sami Khedira the preferred central midfield partnership. His playing time could therefore be limited. 12 Danny Ward (Wales) – Wayne Hennessey is first choice in between the posts for Chris Coleman, and Ward could therefore spend the majority if not all of his time on the bench in France. The 22-year-old only made his debut in March, though, and will relish the experience. 12 12 Christian Benteke (Belgium) – Benteke will be desperate to forget his difficult debut campaign at Anfield by silencing a few critics in France. Romelu Lukaku and Liverpool team-mate Divock Origi, however, are ahead of him in Marc Wilmots attacking pecking order. 12 12 Martin Skrtel (Slovakia) – Skrtels time with Liverpool looks to be coming to a close, making his form for the Euro 2016 finals even more important. He has been far from his best for the Reds this season but is a key player for his country, wearing the captains armband. 12 James Milner (England) – Predictably, Milners polished performances for Liverpool slipped under the radar, but Roy Hodgson remains an admirer. His experience and willingness to do the dirty work could result in him being regularly called upon in France. Of the 552 players travelling to France for the Euro 2016 finals, 25% are from the Premier League.And there’s one club from England’s top flight leading the way in terms of how many of their players will be competing.Liverpool have more preparing to represent their country than Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United.But who of Jurgen Klopp’s troops has been chosen?Take a look at every Liverpool player that’ll be on show at the 2016 European Championship finals by viewing the slideshow above. Simon Mignolet (Belgium) – Thibaut Courtois is the no.1 for Belgium despite his poor season for Chelsea and Mignolet isnt expected to feature for his country. A place on the bench may be something the stopper will need to get used to following Jurgen Klopps signing of Loris Karius.
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