Ukraine boss Oleg Blokhin believes that England will be nervous ahead of their Group D decider.
Both sides have a chance of making the quarter finals, with England needing a point and Ukraine in need of victory.
While he acknowledges that his team will be underdogs, Blokhin thinks that England will have some nerves ahead of the match at the Donbass Arena.
He told the official UEFA website: "England are among the favourites, so the pressure's on them.
"Nobody expects us to fly to the moon – let's not indulge in fantasy.
"Our approach to this game is more relaxed. If the result is not good for us but we fight on the pitch until the last minute, that's not bad for us.
"We're building a new team, a young team. I think England will be very nervous."
Ukraine are currently sweating on the fitness of Andriy Shevchenko, who is carrying a knee injury.
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