Due to the absence of David De Gea, Dean Henderson has had a run of games at Manchester United and has not looked out of place at the elite level, bar an error for AC Milan's sole goal in their two-legged affair in the Europa League, however, Henderson has kept seven clean sheets in nine games in this period without De Gea.
This may be enough to keep the number one spot ahead of the Spaniard despite his return, and if Henderson’s form continues, he could well be set for an appearance in between the sticks for England in their opening game of Euro 2020 against Croatia.
The United keeper's main competitor is Everton’s Jordan Pickford, who has been England’s first choice for the last few years but has had an unconvincing season for the Toffees. Ever since the collapse in form after the 2018 World Cup, fans have been calling for Pickford's head and Burnley’s Nick Pope to come in as a replacement, however, with Henderson looking like becoming United's main man, he could be the starter.
Henderson is priced at 6/1 to start against Croatia and may well only be a run of form or an injury to Pickford or Pope away from being the country’s first choice keeper. As of now, of course, Pickford is injured and not with the England squad, and Pope has also dropped into 5/2 to start against Croatia.