Luke Shaw is managing a wrist injury at the European Championship but it did not prevent him from starting in England's opening group win over Croatia.

Shaw is understood to have sustained damage to the tendons in his wrist and has been wearing protective strapping since he joined the England camp on June 3.

England medical staff assessed Shaw, 25, and cleared him fit to play. The Manchester United left-back started in England's friendly win over Romania eight days ago.

Left-backs Shaw and Ben Chilwell were overlooked in favour of right-back Kieran Trippier by England coach Gareth Southgate for the 1-0 victory against Croatia. Shaw was an unused substitute and Chilwell was omitted from the matchday squad entirely, along with United target Jadon Sancho.

Shaw's club teammate Marcus Rashford has been playing with shoulder and foot injuries for months.

Rashford started on the bench against Croatia as Southgate favoured Phil Foden and Mason Mount, as well as eventual matchwinner Raheem Sterling behind striker Harry Kane. Rashford replaced Kane in the 71st minute.

United captain Harry Maguire remains doubtful for all three of England's group games. England host Scotland at Wembley on Friday and then face the Czech Republic on June 22.

Maguire, Rashford and Shaw are not due to report for United's return to pre-season training in early July but could link up with the squad at a planned training camp in Malta.

United are due to play a friendly on the Mediterranean island, with the date now pencilled in for August 3, but the game could be staged behind closed doors.