Gary Neville believes Harry Maguire might struggle to play a part in England's Euro 2020 campaign after only making the bench against Scotland.

Harry Maguire sat out England's win over Croatia with the injury that kept him out of Manchester United's final fixtures of the season, but returned to training this week ahead of the Scotland clash.

Going into that game Maguire declared himself fit to play, while Gareth Southgate said the United captain would play some part. However, when the teams were announced, Maguire was on the bench with Manchester City man John Stones and Tyrone Mings starting at centre-back.

And the fact that Maguire wasn't selected was a cause for concern for Neville, who told ITV: "I think he would have started if he was fit, he mustn't be fit and that must be a concern as the tournament goes on.

"If Gareth doesn't think he can play against Scotland then that would cast a shadow on him across the rest of the tournament for me, as it gets to the point where you can't bring him into a knockout game mid-way through the competition."

England face Czech Republic on Tuesday in their final group game, where Maguire will be hopeful of displacing the Mings-Stones partnership that has looked relatively solid in the opening two fixtures for England.