Steven Gerrard says England will beat Croatia and are a 'dangerous' team

Steven Gerrard says England will beat Croatia and are a 'dangerous' team

But the dearth of England supporters means chants of soccer anthem "Three Lions" and its catchy chorus "it's coming home" may be hard to discern in Moscow despite a last-minute dash to the Russian capital by some supporters.

But that's not all Timberlake did to show his support for England as it takes on Croatia in the World Cup semifinal Wednesday.

"This team is nowhere near the level they´re going to be capable of, partly because of their age and partly because over the next few years, with us and with their clubs, they´re going to have more and more big-match experiences". Southgate wants to break stereotypes, and not just on the field.

Per CBS Sports, "England enters this semifinal match at +130 World Cup odds on the money line, meaning you'd need to bet $100 on an English victory to win $130".

Today, England and Croatia will do battle for the right to face the Frenchmen on Sunday in the last game of the tournament.

Croatia's 3-0 win over Argentina in the group stage was a clear signal that the team led by midfield maestro Luka Modric was a real threat with their clever passing and movement.

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Dalic refused to confirm whether right-back Sime Vrsaljko would miss the game after the Atletico Madrid player came off in extra-time against Russian Federation. "And then with the ball, play with the freedom and expression that we have and the same patterns and movements that we have shown".

Croatia relied on penalty shootouts to advance in their round of 16 tie with Denmark, as well as their quarter-final date with Russian Federation, which suggests that they have the collective concentration to last 120 minutes, as well as the cool-headedness to maintain composure during penalties.

Croatia have yet to lose at this summer's World Cup, having blitzed through the group stage with wins over Nigeria, Argentina and Iceland, before edging past Denmark and Russian Federation on penalties.

"Come here, and we'll watch it together". "The age of the players, the improvement in the players, the hunger in the players has been apparent for everybody to see. We know what it takes and in such moments you forget any fatigue you may feel", said the 29-year-old Liverpool player.

"I'm a little bit anxious about Harry Kane". Their last appearance ended in a 2-1 defeat by eventual winners France in 1998.

"Why didn't you ask me how I played well against him in other games?"

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