Infogol's Analyst thinks England will score again from a set-piece against Croatia, but who are they backing to score in Wednesday's semi-final...?
"John Stones has been England’s third biggest attacking threat at this World Cup, being on the end of 1.45 xG, scoring twice from the chances he has had."
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Stones to notch in Semi
Croatia vs England
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Croatia take on England in the second semi-final of the World Cup.
The Croats needed extra-time and penalties for the second successive knockout game, beating Russia last time, so it wouldn't be a surprise to see them tire at some point in this game.
England were comfortable winners over Sweden in their last game, winning 2-0 thanks to goals from Harry Maguire and Dele Alli.
The Three Lions once again scored from a dead ball situation, their eighth set-piece goal of this World Cup.
In-fact, 72% of England's goals have come from set-pieces.
Some may see this as a negative, but England's set-piece prowess is only a good thing, as they look a threat at every corner and free-kick that they get.
Croatia looked vulnerable from set-pieces against Russia, conceding the equaliser in extra-time via a set-play, so this is an area England can exploit.
John Stones has been England's third-biggest attacking threat at this World Cup, being on the end of 1.45 xG, and scoring twice from the chances he has had.
Both of his goals came from set-plays, and given he is averaging 0.29 xG per 90 minutes, he can be expected to get at least one chance in this game.
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