The 52-year-old expects the final to be a tight match, but he is worried that the Dutch referee will give the Three Lions the benefit of the doubt on some decisions during the match.
“I expect a very careful and controlled because both teams will have great respect for each other,” Ravanelli told Il Mattino.
“That’s why I expect it to be a challenge with few goals but tactically very interesting and playing at Wembley could be an advantage for us.
“We have experienced players like Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini, and for the English, that atmosphere can become more oppression than pressure, but in reality, I am afraid that the table is already set for the feast of England.
“I am just scared of the referee. That penalty against Denmark was non-existent, it was scandalous.”