Manchester United defender Gary Neville has criticised England manager Fabio Capello's squad selection ahead of next month's 2010 World Cup
Neville has questioned the Italian's decision to pick Glen Johnson as his only right-back for the World Cup in South Africa, for which England can currently be backed at 6/1 with bet365.
The Liverpool full-back has had injury problems over the past few months and Neville said he was "surprised" Capello has only picked one right-back in his 30-man squad which will be trimmed down to 23 next week.
Neville, who has 85 England caps, was overlooked by Capello along with his United team-mate Wes Brown, with the England coach instead opting to persuade Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher to return to the squad three years after retiring from international football.
Although Carragher has played the majority of his career at centre-back for the Anfield club, it appears that his ability to fill in at full-back as played a part in Capello's decision.
But Neville said of Capello's decision: "I wouldn't say I'm overly disappointed not to be named in the initial 30-man squad, although I did think there was maybe a chance I could get in."
"I'm probably more surprised Wes Brown isn't in the 30, to be honest."
Injuries could see late call-ups, with Brown currently trading at 6/5 on Betfair (£25 free bet) to be on the plane to South Africa next month and Neville 5/4.