England pledge to attack Croatia in World Cup semi-final

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World Cup 2018: Croatia vs. England preview, time, how to watch

Russia's Ministry of Communications said the number of applications by Britons for World Cup fan identity documents increased by over 29 percent, or by 6,300 applications, since July 7.

Croatia is looking to advance to its first World Cup final as a nation (it was formerly part of Yugoslavia, which participated in the first World Cup in 1930 in Uruguay, finishing fourth).

The number of signatories to the petition, on the United Kingdom government and Parliament website, means it will be considered for debate in the House of Commons.

Vrsaljko says that he expects the match against England to be completely different than the games against Denmark and Russian Federation. It seems with every barrier that gets put in their way, they seem to be getting over it comfortably.

France reached the final for the third time in their history on Tuesday when a second-half header from Samuel Umtiti gave the 1998 champions a 1-0 victory against Belgium in Saint Petersburg.

Kresimir Havranek, 42, a businessman from Zagreb, said: "We are very confident about this match".

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England fans are being given a run for their money in Moscow, with Croatia's supporters showing they can have just as much fun by partying under an enormous flag decked out in their football team's colours. We have come back after 20 years to the semis and we deserve it.

It is the first time since 1998 that the nation of little over four million people have reached this stage of the competition, after they eliminated Russian Federation in a penalty shoot-out at the weekend. You feel really safe and secure, as opposed to before we came out, nobody knew what to expect.

"I think Raheem has been fundamental to the way that we have played - his movement, the positions he takes up, his pressing of the ball, his work-rate for the team, the winning of free-kicks and corners, his speed to stretch teams. It is not anything horrific, but it bothers me and I hope it will recuperate till the match against England", Vrsaljko said, before adding.

England are in the last four of the World Cup for the first time since losing to Germany on penalties in 1990.

"I'm a little bit anxious about Harry Kane. That 4-1 defeat is completely irrelevant", he said. Ask Justin Timeberlake, and he'll tell you the same thing. "You're just nit-picking in terms of my performances".

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