If those same fans have tickets to see Justin Timberlake's concert at The O2 Arena in London on Wednesday, they shouldn't worry about having to choose between seeing JT or watching World Cup match.
"They have a lot of quality, they play well, well organised and a physically strong, but we are also aware of our quality".
Meanwhile, the last two games for Croatia, against Denmark and Russian Federation, ended the same: with Croatia winning in penalties.
More than 200,000 people have signed a petition calling for the Monday after the World Cup final to be made a national bank holiday if England win the tournament.
The game was held at Wembley nine years ago and featured players Steven Gerrard, John Terry and Wayne Rooney, as well as David Beckham coming off the bench.
Most of the England players have also come in to existence.
He said he was convinced that win or lose on Wednesday, his team had a bright future after decades of English under-achievement on the global stage.
"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".
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The victor of England vs Croatia will face France in Sunday's final.
The confidence coursing through Southgate's squad was apparent before tomorrow's World Cup semi-final showdown as his players maintained they have achieved nothing yet and vowed to be bold as they seek to reach Sunday's final. - Harry Kane has scored on six of the seven days of the week for England, with Wednesday the exception.
"I am perfectly ready and fit and I can say the same for my team-mates".
Many wore the No 10 shirt belonging to Luka Modric, the Real Madrid playmaker and star of the Croatia team.
Ten charter planes carrying over 1,500 fans took off from the capital Zagreb for Moscow on Tuesday, Croatian online media TPortal said.
"But I like to challenge these strikers and to show to everyone that I'm one of the best defenders".
A similarly masterful performance from the 32-year-old could spell the end of England's World Cup hopes in what is set to be a hard game for both sides. "Why didn't you ask me about when I played well? We know what's at stake and at such moments you forget fatigue you may feel because this is a once in a lifetime opportunity - it may never repeat itself again". "You're just nit-picking in terms of my performances".