He said: “I hope the fans don’t boo after 20 minutes if England don’t score a goal in that time.
“This is very important. Don’t boo. You have to help us. Help us. It’s very, very important for the players to play. And we have to ask the fans to help us.”
Capello believes their victories over Croatia and Andorra last month have given the England fans a huge boost.
He said: “Yes, I think we changed a lot of things in the minds of the fans.
“I know the crowd, all the England fans, are hoping we will win and play a good game. There’s big expectation.
“It’s normal for the England team. We know everything. I spoke with the players. We have to play with confidence and I promise it will be better than the last game we played here at Wembley.
“I promise that we will play well against Kazakhstan. I expect that.
“It’s important that we won against Croatia.
“Now we are better than when we played before at Wembley because we are more confident and more compact than we were.”