England, captained by Harry Kane, are one step from immortality and the only thing in the way of Gareth Southgate’s team being crowned kings of Europe for the first time are a wily Italy side featuring a couple of notable names.
It will be a tense occasion from the start but the atmosphere is already building down Wembley Way, with a crowd of 65,000 allowed to attend. and millions watching from home around the country.
Kick off is at 8pm and for those not lucky enough to get a ticket the game will be shown live on both BBC and ITV.
You can also follow the action right here with live updates from the stadium with our chief football writer Alan Smith with confirmed team news arriving at about 6:45pm.
Chelsea pair Jorginho and Emerson should start for Italy and how the former matches up against clubmate Mason Mount will be fascinating.
West Ham’s Declan Rice is set to start in England’s midfield with Arsenal youngster Bukayo Saka hoping to keep his place in the starting XI as Gareth Southgate is expected to name an unchanged team for the first time since the World Cup semi-final against Croatia three years ago.