After winning Group D, Croatia beat Denmark and Russian Federation in penalty kicks to get to this point, while England knocked out Colombia in the round of 16 in penalties before taking down Sweden in the quarterfinals.
"Whether we win or lose, we're creating history", he said.
The Duke of Cambridge, who is president of the Football Association, told the Three Lions the whole country is behind them.
"Football's Coming Home is a song I couldn't even listen to for 20 years, frankly".
Travelling fan Joe Settle, 62, and his son Andrew, from Bolton, said they couldn't miss the chance to see England in the semi final. "I think Rashford coming on again is the obvious first one if we're struggling to break them down, then it would obviously depend on who is struggling, be it Sterling, Dele Alli and Jesse Lingard".
Plans for a future Mars rover to return soil samples to Earth
For some time now, both NASA and its European counterpart, ESA, are working on setting up a so-called Mars sample-return mission. Airbus in Stevenage, England will design a rover aimed at collecting Martian soil samples and returning them to Earth.
India beats France to become world's sixth largest economy
With the growth forecast of 7.3% in 2018-19, India has been termed world's fastest growing major emerging economy. The number indicates that per capita income in France is nearly 20 times higher compared with India.
Picture of supposed DJI Mavic 2 drone surfaces
It also looks like the drone might have 360-degree obstacle avoidance, which could be a big deal depending on the software. If the DJI Mavic 2 leak shows an accurate image, there are still some remaining questions about the next DJI drone.
Dozens of English soccer fans began heading for Moscow in a last-minute rush on Tuesday in an effort to be part of a potentially historic sporting moment as England take on Croatia in the World Cup semi-finals. They worked in '98 and we worked today, we reached out target to get to the final. England went to extra time and penalties in its first knockout stage match but not in its second and should be a bit more fresh.
The 46-year-old, from Four Oaks in Birmingham, said: "Absolutely flying - can't explain how good it feels, especially after Italia 90". "Now I want to go and see what's going on in Russian Federation", said one fan, Michael Roberts, 27, as he waited for his flight.
"In honour of our England getting to the semi-final, we've chose to decorate one of our buses to show our support. I still look back on it as an incredible life experience and to be involved with it, I just needed a bit of time to get over it", Southgate said. "The delivery from wide areas in general is key, particularly from the right-hand side as Kieran Trippier's delivery is one of the best at the World Cup".
Regardless of what happens this evening, and in Sunday's final if you dare to dream, the story of Southgate's latest World Cup is sure to be well documented in the weeks, months and years after the tournament ends.