England captain Jay Dasilva believes the UEFA European U19 Championship final is too close to call.
The Young Lions and Portugal both clinched top spot in their respective groups to progress to the semi-final where they recorded 1-0 victories over Czech Republic and Netherlands respectively.
Both teams play with a similar ethos – a determination to control the tempo of matches while displaying a cutting edge in the final third.
- UEFA European U19 Championship
- 5pm (BST), Saturday 15 July 2017
- Tengiz Burjanadze Stadium, Gori
- Live on British Eurosport
And Dasilva said: “We’ve shown we’re the strongest teams here.
“We’ve come here wanting to win – it comes down to who is the best on the day.
“It will be a great game, Portugal have good players and have shown they’re a good team. So I think it will be a great game for the public to watch and everyone is excited to get going.
“The tournament has been a success so far. It’s always a good experience for players to play in a tournament at such a young age. We’ll look to build on this through our personal careers.”