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What promised to be one of the clashes of the entire group stage could now be a rather poor encounter as it’s become something of a dead rubber fixture. England and Belgium have both done their jobs early and secured qualification to the knockout rounds.
With an identical goal difference, they can still compete to be group G winners but that could be somewhat of a poisoned chalice as it will likely produce a much tougher route to the semi-finals. As it stands, both sides would probably be happy with a runner-up spot and both sides could now rest key men to protect them for the tougher games ahead.
In short, it’s a game that’s got bore draw written all over it, but you never know, there have been plenty of surprises at this World Cup and there will still be plenty of talent on display. Neither team will want to overexert themselves but that doesn’t necessarily mean this will be a woeful encounter – it just significantly increases the chances of that happening.
It’s good. In fact, these two have probably been the most impressive sides of the tournament so far. Pessimists will still point to the standard of the opposition for England but everybody faces the same standard of games and these two have done it better than anyone – with the exception of Croatia, perhaps.
England needed a late goal to beat Tunisia but overcoming adversity is something the Three Lions have struggled with in past tournaments. It was a character-building victory that England built on with their largest ever victory at a World Cup.
The 6-1 thumping of Panama got England hearts beating with hope with fans now split over whether to capitalise on this momentum or rest key players.
Belgium meanwhile comfortably won both of their fixtures, beating Panama 3-0 and then going on to thrash Tunisia 5-2. The Red Devils have looked very impressive with neither of their results really in doubt, but there is a concern of fatigue playing a factor in their World Cup hopes.
Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard have been the key duo who have delivered for Belgium so far. Lukaku has four goals whilst Hazard has two goals and an assist from their opening games.