Belgium and England battle in the 2018 World Cup third-place match at 10 a.m. ET Saturday. Belgium is No. 3 in the FIFA World Rankings while England is No. 12. The teams played one another on June 28 in group play, with Belgium winning 1-0.
The Red Devils were beaten by France 1-0 before Croatia bettered the Three Lions 2-1 after extra time to set up the Saturday showdown.
Both teams will still be feeling the disappointment of missing out on Sunday’s final, but a win for England would ensure their best finish at a World Cup finals since 1966.
England have a good record against Belgium, winning 15 of their 21 meetings against the Red Devils.
The two nations have met twice at World Cups, with a 4-4 draw in 1954 and a 1-0 win for the Three Lions in 1990.
The teams have already met once at this summer’s finals, with Belgium winning their Group G encounter 1-0 after both nations had already qualified for the knockout stages.
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