IT'S impossible to stop the hype building as England eye up a chance of World Cup glory.
The weekend exits of Argentina, Portugal and Spain have had so-called experts salivating at the prospect of Gareth Southgate's side going all the way.
But pundits should adopt a manager's stance of “one game at a time” and tonight's opponents Colombia won't roll over for anyone.
The South Americans who boast stars such as Radamel Falcao, James Rodriguez and Juan Quintero but Spurs defender Davinson Sanchez could be the weak link – especially when he sees team-mate Harry Kane bearing down on him.
Most of the last-16 ties have been close but the England price is false as UK bookies are taking massive amounts of money in Southgate's side.
Golden Boot leader Kane has five goals in two games and is 17-5 at Marathonbet to score first and 13-10 at Unibet any time.
Both will be well backed and again I'm offering up a along shot. I advised John Stones to score and score first against Tunisia and with England excelling at set-pieces it could be Harry Maguire's turn and he is 16-1 at bet365 to net and 40-1 with Betfred to break the deadlock.
For anyone siding with Colombia Falcao is 13-2 at Marathonbet to score first while Colombia +1 pays 3-4 at Ladbrokes.