Fabian Delph will not be part of England's final squad for UEFA EURO 2016, Roy Hodgson has confirmed.
The midfielder will miss Friday's friendly with Australia in Sunderland after suffering a groin injury.
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Speaking to the media from the team's base in Gateshead, Hodgson revealed: "We don't have Fabian Delph with us – he's strained a muscle in his groin area.
"I've spoken to him and he's stayed in Manchester, and I've made it clear to him that this means he probably won't be with us in the final 23 – unless, of course, we have injuries.
"I've actually put him on the standby list, which he understands and accepts. I don't think it's going to be a really long-term injury for him so, if I needed him and I wanted him to come with us, it would be easy for me to ask him to do so.
"With the situation we have with the other 25 players, it might be unlikely."