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World Cup 2018: England Wags and Chris Kamara sing ‘it’s coming home’ on bus to stadium ahead of England semi-final clash against Croatia
Gareth Southgate's men getting plenty of support from loved ones as they prepare to face Croatia for place in World Cup final
ENGLAND WAGS sung “It’s Coming Home” on their way to the World Cup semi-final as Chris Kamara hitched a ride with them.
Sky Sports favourite Kammy jumped on board with Rebekah Vardy and Jordan Henderson’s mum as they headed to the Luzhniki Stadium.
Skinner and Baddiel’s ‘It’s Coming Home’ has been the soundtrack to Gareth Southgate’s journey in Russia.
But it’s not just supporters who are backing their team to the hilt by singing the immortal lines.
Sky Sports favourite Kammy managed to hitch a ride to the stadium with a number of the player’s wives and other family members.
Rebekah Vardy and Jordan Henderson’s mum were amongst those seen in a clip shared on Twitter.
And Kamara, in top form as ever, managed to even get a sing-song going to get everyone pumped up.
The festivities went down well, with children and elderly people all joining in as Kammy let out a famous chuckle.
But for now, all thoughts go straight to tonight’s game as England go in search of glory.
A nation holds its breath and will be praying Southgate can set up that coveted clash with France.
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