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England outsiders for Belgium clash

14 July 2018

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England are 21/10 to see off Belgium in the World Cup third-place play-off on Saturday afternoon at the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg.

The Three Lions’ dream of lifting the trophy for just the second time was ended on Wednesday night as goals from Ivan Perišić and Mario Mandžukić secured Croatia a 2-1 victory after extra time, despite the fact Kieran Tripper had given England the lead after just five minutes. 

This match will see Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku go head to head for the tournament’s Golden Boot award. 

Kane remains the frontrunner having scored six goals so far and is priced at 1/16, whilst Lukaku is currently two goals behind on four goals and is priced at 18/1. 

Roberto Martínez’s side beat England 1-0 in the final round of the group stage courtesy of a sublime strike from Adnan Januzaj, and they are priced at 6/5 to get the better of the Three Lions again in this one. 

If you can see it going all the way, then you can get either team to win on penalties at 7/1. 

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