VIDEO SHOWS: CROATIA AND ENGLAND FANS ARRIVING AT MOSCOW AIRPORT AHEAD OF WORLD CUP SEMI FINAL.
SOUNDBITES FROM BOTH SETS OF SUPPORTERS RESENDING WITH COMPLETE SCRIPT SHOWS: MOSCOW, RUSSIA (JULY 11, 2018) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL 1.
ENGLAND FAN IN A WAISTCOAT AT MOSCOW AIRPORT 2.
SOUNDBITE (English) ENGLAND FANS RICHARD AND MATTHEW LUDDINGTON SAYING: MATTHEW: "It should be a comfortable win, three or four nil.
We are operating on a different level to Croatia.
It is coming home." RICHARD: "Confident, not three or four nil but 2-1.
It is definitely coming home and the (Gareth) Southgate waistcoat is definitely the lucky charm." 3.
FAN HOLDING SIGN SAYING 'JT' 4.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) UNNAMED ENGLAND FANS SAYING: "Very confident.
REPORTER ASKS HOW LONG ARE YOU HERE FOR: "24 hours.
Exactly the same.
A quick visit, hopefully we can get the right result and then we are back on the plane home." 5.
SIGN SAYING 'HUBLOT LOVES FOOTBALL' 6.
SOUNDBITE (English) UNNAMED ENGLAND FAN SAYING: "We have over achieved so far so it is almost like tonight feels quite 50-50.
The team can play without any pressure and hopefully the team can enjoy it." 7.
FANS ARRIVING AT MOSCOW AIRPORT 8.
SOUNDBITE (English) FAN FROM MEXICO WEARING WAISTCOAT SAYING: "I think, one zero England, that is what I think." 9.
ARRIVALS AT MOSCOW AIRPORT 10.
SOUNDBITE (English) CROATIA FAN, DENIS, SAYING: "Just one day, just one day to win and celebrate and then go home.
It is coming home to Croatia." 11.
CROATIA FANS 12.
SOUNDBITE (English) UNNAMED CROATIA FAN SAYING: "We are going to beat them two zero, easily.
Easily." REPORTER SAYS ENGLAND FANS CLAIM FOOTBALL IS COMING HOME "Yes, to Croatia's home.
It is coming to Croatia's home." 13.
FANS ARRIVING STORY: England and Croatia fans were in confident mood ahead of their World Cup semi final on Wednesday as they arrived at Moscow airport.
Many England supporters haven't come to Russia because they are worried about the security and political situation in the country, but more have arrived in the last few days.
Some of those arriving on Wednesday were sporting waistcoats in homage to Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate.