After the group phase, Neville laid out how he felt the knockout stages would play out in Russian Federation and he pretty much nailed it.More news: Mother is sole survivor of crash that killed husband, 4 daughters
Having entered into a freaky wager with the Sweden ahead of a World Cup quarter-final, the Three Lions legend is ready to collect his winnings David Beckham is ready to collect the winnings of a freakish England versus Sweden bet with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, with the LA Galaxy star heading to Wembley for fish and chips.
"All the England players have got to do is watch each other's back", he told Sky Sports News. He seems to be sitting up a little straighter than most of the lads, his legs a little further apart, his tie a little neater - it's the pose of a young man who is confident, and who feels like he belongs.More news: Divers go in to save all remaining Thai boys trapped in cave
"I said at the start of this that over this summer, this is our family". Can we beat Sweden? Yes.
"We can't wait to get going now against Croatia", he added. Let's see what happens on Wednesday. That's the only word I can describe it because we're all a family.More news: Government Will Miss Deadline To Reunify Young Children With Parents
"It's amusing because at first I didn't think I did look like him, but with all the people approaching me about it they can't all be wrong!" If we had to play two big teams in close succession, that's very hard. "We should continue to show that belief against Croatia - we've got a real chance". We should be grateful of the side of the draw we're on and grateful for the spirit and performances they're putting in.
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