World Cup semi-final England v Croatia

Some may see this as a negative, but England's set-piece prowess is only a good thing, as they look a threat at every corner and free-kick that they get.

He predicts England will win 2-1 but only after extra-time, that would be a tough one to experience and a similarly comfortable 2-0 victory, like the one over Sweden, would be much more preferable.

Two of these have never won one; let alone even made a World Cup final - will either of Belgium or Croatia make history?

Forget the cutbacks across the goal amidst a crowded penalty area or the clever runs behind the defence to create goalscoring opportunities, Sterling's tactical intelligence makes him the ideal candidate for the situations when England want to press high up the field - whether he puts the finishing touch himself or selflessly sets up a teammate, Sterling threatens to produce moments of magic every time he receives the ball and that is a quality to be heralded, not ridiculed.

Fellow fan Alex Klein, 28, added: "If we win, if we beat Croatia I'll, I'll probably cry, because to see England in a World Cup final is, is like a dream, a lifelong dream".

"I just have a feeling that England will find a way to win".

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His first very almost was, too, with current Ipswich Town media manager Steve Pearce slated to write "Gareth Southgate: A World Cup Adventure" ahead of the tournament in 1998.

"There were questions over Sime Vrsaljko but our right-back trained normally and could be ready", they stated below an image of the player in training.

"You can feel the encouragement and support".

Fans have been dancing in the town's streets and chanting It's Coming Home following England's wins earlier in the tournament.

England are Croatia's opponents in the final four of the tournament as they bid to reach their first final.

"Football's Coming Home, as a song, I couldn't listen to it for 20 years, frankly".

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