England meet Roberto Mancini's Italy on Sunday evening inside Wembley stadium, bidding to win the nation's first piece of international silverware for 55 years.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
And Southgate has stressed how important it is that his team - who have had one day fewer than their Italian counterparts to prepare - are ready for another long evening under the famous arch.
Gareth Southgate was joined by captain Harry Kane in the last press conference before England take on Italy in the final of Euro 2020 at Wembley
Speaking in his last press conference before the final, Southgate said: 'The start is important but the game could be 95 minutes, could be 120 minutes, we've got to be ready for however long it takes.'
'It's important, we've talked to the players about the important of discipline on the field, staying