Bart Verbruggen stands out from Albion's six players at Euro 2024 in the first round of group games, writes Ben Reynolds.

The goalkeeper ahe made crucial saves for Holland as they beat Poland 2-1.

Verbruggen played the entire 90 minutes, making six saves and having 46 touches in the game.

His Albion team-mate, Jakob Moder, faced disappointment as his Poland side lost 2-1 to the Dutch.

Moder looked sharp after coming on at half-time, with 32 touches and three shots at goal, although he missed a significant opportunity for Poland, who ultimately did not earn any points.

Moder will aim to make a difference for his country against Austria on Friday.

Meanwhile, Verbruggen faces a tough challenge against one of the tournament favorites, France, on Friday evening, where he will look to stop the likes of Kylian Mbappe.

Billy Gilmour started on the bench in Scotland's 5-1 defeat by hosts Germany in Munich on Friday evening.

Despite only having nine touches in his 23 minutes on the pitch, there is a lot of clamour among fans and pundits for the Albion midfielder to start against Switzerland tomorrow.

Pascal Gross and Deniz Undav were both on the winning side for Germany.

Gross, who came on at half-time, had 73 touches and completed nine passes into the final third, though he only had one shot on goal.

Undav remained on the bench despite scoring 18 league goals for Stuttgart last season, where he has found more success on the pitch compared to his time at Albion.

Gross and Undav could be next in action this Wednesday against Hungary.

Marc Guehi was preferred over Lewis Dunk in England’s victory over Serbia following the announcement that Harry Maguire would miss the tournament due to a calf injury.

Dunk remained on the bench but could be used later in the tournament.

England face Denmark next, and a win against their group rivals could secure their qualification.