Chambers not afraid of Germany
Calum Chambers is confident about the England Under-21 side's chances of beating their German counterparts on Tuesday.
Aidy Boothroyd's side booked their place in the European Under-21 Championship semi-finals by beating hosts Poland in their final group game while Germany edged into the last four by being the best runners-up.
Italy beat Germany 1-0 in their final group match and will play Spain in the other semi-final.
England are 21/10 to beat Germany and reach the final, while Spain are 8/13 to triumph against Italy.
Chambers, who spent the 2016/17 campaign on loan at Middlesbrough from Arsenal, told the FA's official website: "It's a massive game and everybody's looking forward to it. Once we got through, we were ready to take on anybody and once it was Germany, it has that little edge.
"Everyone's excited about it and I think we can go into Tuesday's match with a lot of confidence. We're looking forward to this challenge.
"It's a strong team, we've been defensively strong and we've got a lot of threat going forward.
"This team has that feel about it when you play, there's a confidence about us from the past experiences that we've had as a whole group and a squad, that we can go into games and get results."
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