England captain says Ukraine will look to hurt Roy Hodgson's men at Wembley
Steven Gerrard believes Ukraine will provide a huge test on Tuesday night and has challenged England to continue their good form after Friday's 5-0 win in Moldova.
Roy Hodgson's side got their World Cup qualification campaign off to the best possible start in Chisinau and know all about Ukraine after their 1-0 victory over their opponents during Euro 2012.
And the Three Lions skipper Gerrard believes Oleg Blokhin's side have players who can hurt England if they do not perform at their best at Wembley.
He said: "Ukraine have a group of players that have played together for a very long time and are very good technically.
"If we stand off they will hurt us. We gave them too much respect at times at the Euros and they had opportunities to score.
"They could feel hard done by in that game but we did what we needed to do, and we will hope for more of the same on Tuesday.
"We need to build on the victory against Moldova. That was a positive performance and tomorrow will be an even bigger test."
And Gerrard hailed England's supporters as a crowd of 70,000 is expected at Wembley for the game.
He added: "I think that will be one of the highest attendances throughout Europe tomorrow night.
"Off the back of the Olympics and the Paralympics it is incredible really."
Tickets for the Ukraine match at Wembley on Tuesday are still on sale, and a family of four can come along for a bargain price of £60