Tom Heaton has been confirmed as part of England's squad for the Nations League finals. 

The Burnley 'keeper, who has three caps for his country, is part of the 23-man party as the Three Lions face Holland in the semi-finals on June 6 in Guimaraes, Portugal. 

The hosts and Switzerland play in the other last four tie the day before with the final and third-place play-off to follow on Sunday, June 9. 

Heaton made the cut as four players missed out from the provisional 27-man squad. 

One of those was former Clarets man, Kieran Trippier, a star of England's run to the semi-finals of the World Cup in 2018. 

His Tottenham team-mate  Harry Winks and Southampton duo Nathan Redmond and James Ward-Prowse also drop out. 

Captain Harry Kane, who has not played since suffering ankle ligament damage in April, is included as he hopes to make his return from injury in Saturday's Champions League final. 

Southgate said: "Of course, Kieran Trippier has had such a big impact, he had such a brilliant World Cup. 

"He has been a really valuable member of our squad and has a great attitude with us, real passion in playing for England but Trent (Alexander-Arnold) and Kyle (Walker) have finished the season so strongly.

"So right-back is a position where we have got real competition for places. 

"That is as hard a decision as we have had to make.

"We have got exciting players and picking a squad is really difficult because we have lots of depth of talent, not only the squad we have picked but the Under-21s as well.

"There has been some difficult decisions to make and we are obviously a little bit complicated with so many players involved in the Champions League as well but we are really excited by the squad and the players that are around it."

Heaton is one of three goalkeepers in the squad with Everton's Jordan Pickford and Stoke City's Jack Butland.