|World Cup semi-final: Croatia v England|
|Venue: Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow Date: Wednesday, 11 July (19:00 BST)|
|Coverage: Full match commentary on BBC Radio 5 live, text commentary, report and highlights on BBC Sport app and online|
Croatia's Domagoj Vida can play against England in Wednesday's World Cup semi-final despite featuring in a pro-Ukraine video.
Fifa outlaws political statements and said it had issued the Besiktas centre-back, 29, with a warning after the video was published online following Croatia's win against hosts Russia.
Coach Ognjen Vukojevic posted the video and has now been sent home by Croatia.
In the clip Vida, who used to play for Dynamo Kiev, said: "Glory to Ukraine!"
- Pick your England XI to face Croatia
- Reaching last four 'an incredible feeling' - Southgate
- 'England in semi-finals - it's not meant to be this comfortable'
- It's emotional - pundits react
Vukojevic, a scout and former player at the Ukraine club, added: "This victory is for Dynamo (Kiev) and for Ukraine! Croatia onwards!"
The video drew criticism in Russia and the phrases used had previously been used by anti-Russian politicians in Ukraine.
Vida, who scored an extra-time goal against Russia and also converted a penalty in the shoot-out, has apologised, the Croatia Football Federation said.
Earlier in the tournament Switzerland trio Granit Xhaka, Xherdan Shaqiri and Stephan Lichtsteiner were fined by Fifa for breaking rules over political celebrations in their match against Serbia.