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It is coming home? Odds on England World Cup win shorten after Sweden win

England manager Gareth Southgate has opted to keep a small personal guest-list for his side's World Cup semi-final against Croatia after deciding "big matches are a bit like weddings".

Gareth Southgate believes his heroes have the power to unite England by securing a place in the World Cup final.

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He might only be the third man ever to guide England to the last four of a World Cup but due to his sartorial elegance he will also go down as the man who revived the waistcoat from the wastelands of fashion.

"I've seen lots of ex-players and had lots of messages from ex-players as well who have the same view, so we're really pleased with his contribution, and his work-rate as well without the ball has been incredible for us".

"The way we've been received here has been fantastic", Southgate said at a pre-match press conference at Luzhniki Stadium.

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The 68-year-old insists it is paramount today's team do not get carried away with the prospect of global football's greatest prize so close, and he has been impressed by how Southgate has managed emotions. "That's why I think they can go all the way".

Southgate is well aware of the near-hysteria among England's support at home, and takes pride from the manner in which his team is unifying the country.

"The atmosphere for every game has been unbelievable, and as we've progressed through the tournament it's only got better".

A campaign is gathering pace for the ideal waistcoat to be mass produced, England official's waistcoat, with "It's Coming Home" stitched into it after a cheeky advert by Huawei which went viral. Anyway, we won and the staff made this big thing about my lucky socks, saying I had to wear them next game. Belgium, I thought, did great against Brazil - them going out was a great bonus for us. We have had the chance to make a difference.

"Shops were damaged, people were abused and assaulted, and others climbed on buses and cars, causing damage to vehicles, and in some cases, themselves", said Mark Roberts, head of football policing for The National Police Chiefs' Council.

All the celebrations inspire us as players to bring the nation together and put smiles on people's faces.

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