The Three Lions will play their first World Cup quarter-final game for more than 12 years against Sweden at 3pm today.
England are said to be favourites to reach the last four from what is considered the easier side of the draw.
The winners of the match in Samara today will face Russia or Croatia on Wednesday at 7pm.
Manager Gareth Southgate declared: “We’re improving and want to make history.”
However, England have not reached the last four of the tournament for 28 years.
Their penalty shootout in the last 16 against Colombia gave the nation hope that England’s luck may finally be changing.
So, could this be the year England win the World Cup?
According to Oddschecker, it’s a possibility.
The shortest odds are on France at 2/1 suggesting Didier Deschamps’ side could take home the cup.
But with England at 4/1 to win, anything could happen if the pair were to reach the finals together.
When did England last win the World Cup?
England’s first – and only – win at the World Cup was in 1966, when the team beat West Germany 4 – 2.
The last time they reached the semi-finals was in 1990.
The 2014 World Cup ended dismally for England after they were knocked out of the group stages for the first time since 1958.
Their exit was also the first time they were eliminated after just two matches, following Costa Rica’s shock 1 – 0 defeat against Italy.
The England team have certainly played much better during this World Cup, as they have already scored nine goals.
The last time they beat this record was when the year they lifted the winning trophy.
Captain Harry Kane has scored six of those goals, as he aims to win the Golden Boot.
How can you watch the match today?
BBC will start their television coverage of the game at 2pm on BBC One.
Gary Lineker will present the countdown and will be joined by Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand and Jurgen Klinsmann.
Commentary will be provided by Guy Mowbray and Martin Keown.
Good luck England!