With kick-off fast approaching at Wembley, some of sport's biggest names have sent their best wishes to England ahead of their crunch Euro 2020 semi-final against Denmark.
England are bidding to reach their first final at a major tournament since 1966, but Denmark will be out to spoil the party.
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And ahead of kick-off, Ian Wright - a fan favourite - led the way on social media as he wished England good luck, while also sending out a warning to those writing off Denmark.
Wright, alongside a video of him speaking about the threat Denmark pose, captioned his tweet: 'We have to earn the right to talk about Italy! Come on England!!!'
In the video itself, Wright warned England: 'Denmark are a very dangerous side. If people are still thinking they are going off the emotion of Christian Eriksen, then they are falling into a massive trap.
'We are talking about a team that are able to change their system at any stage - that's a lot of work they have put in on the training ground.'
He then added: 'They have got so many ways of hurting us. Listening about people talking about Italy, we haven't earned the right to talk about Italy because we haven't got past a Denmark team that frighten me, they frighten me.'
Gary Neville was also among those to send a word of warning to Gareth Southgate's side, urging the squad not to become known as 'nearly men' with back-to-back semi-final exits at a major tournament.
Ian Wright, Eddie Hearn and Co sent their best wishes to England ahead of kick-off at Wembley
Neville wrote: 'History beckons for this team. To reach back-to-back semi-finals is incredible, but it's not enough. You become nearly men! If we'd took that chance, if he hadn't got injured, if the ref hadn't got that one wrong.
'I do have genuine confidence in this manager and players that this time a semi-final isn't the end! To win any semi-final takes a great performance. This is a really good Denmark