The 28-year-old did not feature in Sunday's last-16 win against Senegal due to concerns over his family's wellbeing following an incident at his home in Surrey. Sterling flew back to the UK to deal with the matter but gave the green light to the Football Association to look at the logistics of bringing him back before Saturday's crunch clash. "We will have to assess that," the England boss told ITV Sport when asked if Sterling could feature against France.
England will have their final training session and media today before facing France in a huge World Cup quarter-final on Saturday at 7pm
Southgate says England now have experience of ‘high pressure nights’ and wants his team to produce a performance for the country to be ‘proud of’ against France