England 1-12 for home win over Montenegro 

Manchester City's in-form striker Raheem Sterling has been dropped by England manager Gareth Southgate from  Thursday's Euro 2020 qualifier against Montenegro after a training ground altercation with Liverpool defender Joe Gomez. 

The pair had clashed when the table-topping Reds beat Premier League holders City 3-1 at Anfield too.  

However, Southgate has opted against banishing the in-form goalscorer from his squad, meaning Sterling will be available for Sunday's trip to Kosovo, and layers are unmoved by the St George's Park dust-up.

England remain no bigger than 1-12 for victory over Montenegro and 7-10 shots for success on Sunday and are as short as 4-1 for Euro 2020 glory, second only to 10-3 favourites France. 

 

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