England v Belgium World Cup Betting Tips
There’s a reasonable chance that England and Belgium will have done enough to qualify in their games against Tunisia and Panama respectively, which might mean that this final Group G games takes the form of deciding which team will finish top of the section.
In essence, it might make little difference considering that Group H doesn’t have a lot of fear factor and the draw is probably the best bet considering that Gareth Southgate has learned previously how to claim something from tricky games against Brazil and Germany.
On both occasions, England managed to cancel out illustrious opponents at Wembley and they should be capable of taming a Red Devils team who have plenty of superstars in the ranks but haven’t yet demonstrated that they can be world-beaters.
Roberto Martinez was an odd appointment as manager of the Belgian national team and the Spaniard adopts an attacking approach which plays to the likes of Kevin de Bruyne, Dries Mertens and Eden Hazard.
Romelu Lukaku is the sharp shooter likely to benefit from that sort of supply line, although rotation could be the order of the day from both managers and England will continue to persist with a three-man central defence which has looked solid so far.
Dele Alli and Harry Kane will be among the Tottenham contingent in the Three Lions team, with Kyle Walker and Kieran Trippier likely to be other Spurs players in the starting XI and Raheem Sterling is the danger man who the Belgians will have to watch carefully.
Both teams qualified easily for the World Cup and are likely to show each other respect, with several players having the familiarity of club level football which means the draw offers best value of all.
Draw @ 3.10 (11/5) with BetVictor