THE SUN: Wayne Rooney is convinced England can carry off their own Italian job on Sunday. Also: Roberto Mancini has begged Mario Balotelli not to be a 'pain in the backside' for Italy.
DAILY MIRROR: Joe Hart last night vowed to break Italian hearts - by repeating Bruce Grobbelaar's 1984 Roman antics. Also: Roy Hodgson has warned his players not to be afraid of the yellow peril.
DAILY STAR: Roberto Mancini has warned that Mario Balotelli will be a pain in the a**e for England on Sunday. Also: Wayne Rooney insists England's team spirit has never been stronger and can ultimately lead them to Euro 2012 glory.
DAILY MAIL: Roy Hodgson asked England's players to sing the National Anthem in unison in one of his first initiatives as manager. Also: England are planning to defeat Italy on a computer screen before they even get on the pitch.
DAILY EXPRESS: Wayne Rooney has hailed England's new-found unity and insisted Roy Hodgson's side boast the quality and conviction to inflict their own Italian job. Also: Joe Hart's mental strength has put him well on the way to becoming the greatest goalkeeper in the world, according to England legend David Seaman.
THE TIMES: Roy Hodgson has introduced a rigorous system of practice to make sure England's players are well prepared for the possibility of a penalty shoot-out in Sunday's European Championship quarter-final against Italy. Also: Michael Laudrup has earmarked Thomas Kahlenberg for his first signing as Swansea City manager after saying that he had no plans to persuade Gylfi Sigurdsson to join the Welsh club.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Plans for a London Formula One Grand Prix on a track running in and around the Olympic Stadium is among the bids being considered for London's 2012 showpiece arena. Also: Roy Hodgson will tell the five England players who are on a booking to "play their normal game" in Sunday's Euro 2012 last-eight encounter with Italy even though they will be suspended for a semi-final should they collect another yellow card.
THE INDEPENDENT: The England goalkeeper Joe Hart said yesterday that he is ready and prepared to face a penalty shoot-out against Italy in the Euro 2012 quarter-final on Sunday and would even take a penalty himself as he did successfully for the Under-21s three years ago. Also: Laurent Blanc, the France coach, has been forced to play down reports of a dressing-room row in the aftermath of his team's 2-0 defeat to Sweden on Tuesday.
THE GUARDIAN: Roy Hodgson will urge his captain Steven Gerrard and a quartet of England team-mates to play their normal game against Italy on Sunday despite being one yellow card from missing a potential Euro 2012 semi-final against Germany. Also: Queens Park Rangers have signed the England goalkeeper Robert Green on a two-year deal.