Iceland boss Erik Hamren insists he is not scared of England - and is hoping to pull off another miracle win over Gareth Southgate's men.
The Three Lions face Iceland in the Nations League tonight for the first time since suffering a humiliating 2-1 defeat to them at Euro 2016.
England crashed out at the last 16 stage - forcing Roy Hodgson to quit in shame as boss moments after the final whistle.
Southgate will be hoping there is no repeat of that nightmare in Nice - but Hamren admits all the pressure is on the visitors and that his men can produce another huge shock.
He said: "I am really looking forward to it and it will be an interesting game.
"I don't know if there can be a bigger surprise than what happened in 2016, that was a really big surprise for many in the world.
"If you look realistically, England should win. Look at the results they have had for the past two or three years and look at the team they have? They should win.
"But in football, Iceland versus England showed what can happen. You have to be realistic.
"A lot of smaller teams in the world have shown this against bigger teams, so I am hoping it will be an unrealistic day.
"I am not scared. If you are scared you have to stop doing this, but you have to have respect when you play teams like England.
"You can have a really good result, but you can have a really bad result. Everyone knows football can be strange, so no, we are not scared."
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Hamren has urged his underdogs to show 'courage' and he added: "We need to be tight as a team if you win these games. You need to be good individually.
"There will be a lot of one versus one situations and we have to be good as a team. That is important in the defence. We have to defend well, but we need to win the ball and have quality and courage.
"If they have the ball more I want us to challenge them and try to punish them when we win the ball."