England’s injury concerns over Jordan Henderson and Jamie Vardy have eased after all 23 players trained on Monday, Sky Sports reports.
Henderson responded well to treatment for a tight hamstring following England’s quarter-final win over Sweden on Saturday.
He is expected to be fine to play in the semi-final with Croatia on Wednesday.
Henderson has started all but one of England’s games – the 1-0 defeat to Belgium when Southgate made eight changes to his starting XI in the final Group G match.
Vardy was an unused substitute in the victory over Sweden following a groin injury which prevented him taking the fifth penalty in England’s shoot-out win over Colombia in the last 16.
The Leicester City striker is still a doubt to play against Croatia. England manager Gareth Southgate gave the players a day off from full training on Sunday.
Southgate admitted after the win over Sweden there was a natural “accumulation of fatigue” over the course of a tournament.
“That’s why we took the decision we did against Belgium (to rest players) more than anything,” he said.