England have been continuing their build-up to Euro 2016 at Watford's London Colney training ground this morning as the deadline looms for Roy Hodgson to name his 23-man squad.

The England boss must decide which three players to leave out of his current 26-man provisional party by tomorrow and 24 of those trained at the Hornets' base this morning.

Manchester City midfielder Fabian Delph has already been dropped to the stand-by list due to a groin injury, while Southampton full-back Ryan Bertrand was also absent as he was receiving treatment on a knock.

But there was positive injury news for Hodgson as both Chelsea defender Gary Cahill and Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge were able to train after missing Friday's 2-1 friendly over Australia in Sunderland because of a hip injection and a calf strain respectively.

England play their final pre-European Championship friendly against Portugal at Wembley on Thursday before their Group B campaign gets under way against Russia on Saturday, June 11 in Marseille.