Belgium versus England is without a doubt the most important fixture of the week. Belgium are sitting on top of the group with 9 points from 4 fixtures while England are struggling in the 3rd spot having 7 points from 4 fixtures tied with Denmark who have a goal advantage.
The three lions will be looking to earn three points from here to make their way easy into the next round while Denmark are in sublime form and there is no easy way to get past them this year.
Brussels will be the city hosting this interesting encounter but here is a thing…. England have not played in Brussels for more than 50 years.
Belgium: Mignolet, Denayer, Boyata, Alderweireld, Ferrira Carrasco, Tielemans, Witsel, Meunier, Doku, Lukaku, Trossard
England: Pickford, Walker, Coady, Alexander-Arnold, Grealish, Rice, Pope, Maitland-Niles, Mount, Sancho, Kane
Eden Hazard is again out and will not feature in this fixture which means Belgium who already have a major part of their team out will suffer a major blow. And it will be again Lukaku on whom they will be relying on.
On the other hand, England’s consistent performer Leeds Kalvin Philips is doubtful while Sacho is might make it to the starting team.
The man who can make difference will be Harry Kane. Kane single-handedly can take this home on his day and he’ll be the danger of Belgium.
Rahim Sterling will be there but might start from the bench but we all know he doesn’t need 90 minutes to change the scorecard.
Both teams have world class names but Belgium is playing with half of what they are capable of. On the other hand, England’s team seems quite balanced. Kane scored a later winner for Spurs and will be looking to make an impact again on the other hand, Lukaku is also doing quite good this season so these two will be the most impactful players on the field.
Coming to conclusion, keeping in mind the teams and the form of players we believe England will be the one victorious this time. They have a balanced team and their star players have finally developed a chemistry between themselves which will make them one of the toughest teams in Europe.