THURLSTONE-born John Stones will be hoping to play his 75th game for England over the next week.

The 30-year-old Manchester City centre-back has scored three times for his country during that time - twice against Panama in the 2018 World Cup and then against Hungary at Wembley in 2022.

If Stones plays in tonight’s game against Denmark and Tuesday’s final group match versus Slovenia he will have played 75 times for the Three Lions.

He will then have the same amount of appearances as Joe Hart and David Seaman, whilst surpassing the figure of England legends Sol Campbell and Gordon Banks.

Ex-Reds Ivan Toney and Kieron Trippier will also be hoping to leave their mark on this summer’s competition.

Meanwhile Barnsley player Callum Styles was an unused substitute yet again for Hungary as they lost 2-0 to hosts Germany on Wednesday evening.