Belgium v England preview: Our 16/1 #BetYourWay
We're backing a win for Roberto Martinez's side in Saint Petersburg this Saturday in the penultimate match at the World Cup.
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Here's Will Rook's tip for England v Belgium to get you started...
Belgium to win –
A much-changed line-up shouldn’t hurt Belgium, given that their fringe players have already beaten England once in the tournament.
Their impressive squad depth should ensure a repeat result.
Over 2.5 goals –
There have been three goals or more in each of the last 10 third-place play-off matches at the World Cup, with the last four ending 3-2, 3-1, 3-2 and 3-0.
That trend should continue here, with neither side having anything to lose.
Michy Batshuayi to score –
If Roberto Martinez rotates his squad, then Batshuayi should make his first start since facing England in the group stage.
The Chelsea forward scored against Tunisia in Belgium’s second match of the tournament and is a decent price to bag again.
England to score a header –
England have scored nine of their 12 goals from set pieces at the World Cup.
Crosses from dead-ball situations will continue to be their best chance of scoring on Saturday.