England have the benefit of heading to Russia with virtually no expectations around the team unlike previous tournaments, and Belgium's squad is equipped with plenty of individual talent in the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard.
Goal will take a look at the rundown of the fixtures, as well as what to expect from each team and more.
World Cup 2018 - Group G Fixtures
|June 18||Belgium 3-0 Panama||4pm UK / 11am US ET||Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi|
|June 18||Tunisia 1-2 England||7pm UK / 2am US ET||Volgograd Arena, Volgograd|
|June 23||Belgium 5-2 Tunisia||1pm UK / 8am US ET||Otkrytie Arena, Moscow|
|June 24||England 6-1 Panama||1pm UK / 8am US ET||Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod|
|June 28||England 0-1 Belgium||7pm UK / 2pm US ET||Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad|
|June 28||Panama 1-2 Tunisia||7pm UK / 2pm US ET||Mordovia Arena, Saransk|
Belgium cruised to a 3-0 victory over Panama following a spectaular Dries Mertens volley and a double from Romelu Lukaku.
Harry Kane was the two-goal hero for England, who needed a stoppage-time header to defeat a stubborn Tunisia side.
Gareth Southgate's side had been dominant in possession and took a deserved lead from a set piece, but were pegged back after having a penalty given and scored against them midway through the first half.
Roberto Martinez's Belgium remained top of Group G following their 5-2 win over Tunisia, with goals from Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku (who scored two apiece) and Michy Batshuayi. Should England win against Panama but fail to beat Belgium's' goal difference, Belgium will progress through to the next round first in their group.
England produced a dominant first-half performance against Panama in which they scored five goals before simmering to a more human pace to triumph 6-1 and qualify for the last 16. Harry Kane scored three times, John Stones scored twice, and Jesse Lingard scored a wonderful effort from outside the box, with Felipe Baloy bagging a consolation goal for the CONCACAF side.
Belgium won 1-0 over England to top Group G afer a strike by Adnan Januzaj, ending the Three Lions' unbeaten run in the group stage. Belgium will now face Japan in the last 16, who finished as runners-up in Group H, while England will now have the unenviable task of clashing with Colombia.
Tunisia defeated Panama in the other Group G game.
World Cup 2018 - Group G Table Standings
World Cup 2018 - Group G Squads
Belgium's 28-man preliminary squad: Koen Casteels, Thibaut Courtois, Simon Mignolet; Toby Alderweireld, Dedryck Boyata, Vincent Kompany, Thomas Meunier, Thomas Vermaelen, Jan Vertonghen; Nacer Chadli, Kevin De Bruyne, Mousa Dembele, Leander Dendoncker, Marouane Fellaini, Youri Tielemans, Axel Witsel; Michy Batshuayi, Yannick Carrasco, Eden Hazard, Thorgan Hazard, Adnan Januzaj, Romelu Lukaku, Dries Mertens
Panama's 23-man final squad: Jose Calderon, Jaime Penedo, Alex Rodríguez; Felipe Baloy, Harold Cummings, Eric Davis, Fidel Escobar, Adolfo Machado, Michael Murillo, Luis Ovalle, Roman Torres; Edgar Barcenas, Armando Cooper, Anibal Godoy, Gabriel Gomez, Valentin Pimentel, Alberto Quintero, Jose Luis Rodriguez; Abdiel Arroyo, Ismael Diaz, Blas Perez, Luis Tejada, Gabriel Torres
Tunisia's 29-man preliminary squad: Farouk Ben Mustapha, Moez Hassen, Aymen Mathlouthi, Rami Bedoui, Yohan Benalouane, Syam Ben Youssef, Dylan Bronn, Oussama Haddadi, Ali Maaloul, Yassine Meriah, Hamdi Nagguez, Anice Badri, Mohamed Amine Ben Amor, Ghaylene Chaalali, Ahmed Khalil, Saifeddine Khaoui, Ferjani Sassi, Ellyes Skhiri, Naim Sliti, Bassem Srarfi, Fakhreddine Ben Youssef, Saber Khalifa, Wahbi Khazri
England's 23-man final squad: Jack Butland, Nick Pope, Jordan Pickford; Fabian Delph, Danny Rose, Eric Dier, Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Harry Maguire, John Stones, Phil Jones, Gary Cahill; Jordan Henderson, Jesse Lingard, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Ashley Young, Dele Alli, Raheem Sterling; Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy, Marcus Rashford, Danny Welbeck