Fifa World Cup 2018: England v Croatia Live Semi-Final - ITV

Fifa World Cup 2018: England v Croatia Live Semi-Final

Is it really coming home?

In case you’ve been living on Mars, England have reached their first World Cup semi-final since 1990 as they take on Croatia at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

ITV is showing the game live, with kick-off at 7pm. Mark Pougatch is joined in the studio by Gary Neville, Lee Dixon, Ian Wright and Roy Keane for all the build-up to the huge game. Will Ian Wright be celebrating again?

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Jacqui Oatley, Slaven Bilić and Ryan Giggs will be providing pitch-side inserts.

England football team looking serious ahead of their World Cup semi-final game against Croatia

Southgate's men will be hoping to keep their amazing run going as they take on Croatia

Gareth Southgate’s men are on the verge of history, with only Croatia now standing in their way for a place in Sunday’s World Cup Final – their first potentially, of course, since 1966.

Having enjoyed a reasonably comfortable 2-0 win against Sweden, with goals from Harry Maguire and Dele Allli, you could argue that Croatia provide easily England's toughest test so far. We know that Ross Kemp will certainly be cheering them on again!

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Croatia feature a host of top names, including former Spurs man Luka Modric, who will fancy his chances of netting a crucial goal.

England have defied expectations so far, can they go all the way? Or will it be more tears Gazza style?

Is football really coming home?!!

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