EX-ARSENAL hero Ian Wright looked terrified ahead of England's game against Italy while joking around with Gary Neville.
Wright was having a laugh with Neville as the Manchester United legend discussed tactics ahead of the Euro 2020 final.
Former England assistant coach Nev shared a video on social media with fellow ITV pundit Wright a few hours before kick-off.
Neville starts the video by saying: "Ian is very scared about their [Italy's] high press."
He then turns the camera to Wright, who appears to be feeling the pressure before Sunday's showdown.
But the ex-striker soon starts laughing with Neville, with the 85-cap right-back revealing: "I'm less scared about the high press.
"Enjoy this evening! It's going to be unbelievable everybody.
"England are going to go five at the back, apparently."
Kieran Trippier starts at right wing-back with Luke Shaw operating down the left.
Kyle Walker joins John Stones and Harry Maguire in a back three, with Bukayo Saka dropping to the bench.
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Discussing tactics, Neville added: "It won't be to everyone's liking, but I don't mind it.
"It will draw their full-backs out and leave, hopefully, Chiellini and Bonucci exposed.
"A bit of tactics, with a bit of fear – see you later!"
Ex-Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp believes England will win the Euros and end 55 years of hurt.
But the Three Lions have never beaten Italy at a major tournament before, with the Azzurri boasting a 4-0 record against England.
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