In this file photo taken on June 28, 2018 England's coach Gareth Southgate applauds after the Russia 2018 World Cup Group G football match between England and Belgium at the Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad on June 28. / AFP / Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV /
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England's Jesse Lingard captured the mood of a nation barely able to contain its excitement as the World Cup semi-final against Croatia looms.An estimated 32 million people across Britain are expected to tune in at 1800 GMT Wednesday as Gareth Southgate's team take the next step in their attempt to repeat the success of 1966 .Even if England reach Sunday's final, neither William nor Prime Minister May will not attend the match because of Britain's diplomatic boycott of the tournament over a nerve agent attack in England this year.However, Mark Roberts, head of football policing for The National Police Chiefs' Council, is relieved Croatia is not a car producer.He said when England lost to Germany on penalties in the Euro '96 semi-finals, fans damaged Volkswagen and Mercedes cars.
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