If I'm honest, I don't think there are many England players who would get into this Croatian team.
Meanwhile, Croatia's first World Cup semi-final for two decades has revived the memories of the country's football high point and raised hopes that Luka Modric's side can go one better than their legendary predecessors.
The nation has embraced the single by The Lightning Seeds along with comedians David Baddiel and Frank Skinner, originally released for EURO 96, and turned it into a unifying way of celebrating their team's first appearance at a FIFA World Cup semi-final since 1990.
Dalic has managed to get the best out of his players so far as they cruised through the group stage with three wins out of three games, including a win over Argentina.
"They're already heroes, its just about whether they turn into legends", said 32-year-old Dan Woodbury as he waited for the 1800 GMT kick-off in The George pub at London Bridge. "We need all the players but they must all be fit on the pitch".
England face Croatia tonight with the winners facing France in Sunday's final. "But we are really proud of the support that we are receiving".
Southgate displayed his character after England's July 3 victory over Colombia, offering a supportive hug to Colombian player Mateus Uribe after his miss in a penalty shootout helped England advance.
Southgate said that although England had made history in the manner in which they had progressed to the last-four, there was the potential for much more.
"We've had the chance to make a difference".
The summer party rolls on and we don't want it to stop.
In-fact, 72% of England's goals have come from set-pieces.
"We keep looking to break the barriers down".
England fans sing their football anthem "Three Lions (Football's Coming Home)", originally performed in 1996 and 1998 by Baddiel, Skinner & Lightning Seeds. "It has a slightly different feel for me, but it's nice to hear people enjoying it again", Southgate said.