Having secured their place in the round of 16, England are aiming to top Group B as they are tied on six points with their opponent.
On Sunday, Gareth Southgate’s men tore apart Panama 6-1, four days after earning a hard-fought victory over Tunisia in their opening game at the Volgograd Arena to extend their winning streak to four.
Both sides have met six times previously and four resulted in stalemates which makes the odds of (3.25) a good value for them to cancel each other out.
Belgium have also secured their place in the knock-out stages of the competition following their 5-2 demolition of Tunisia on Saturday.
They have also been impressive lately, winning their last four games and having same ambition with the English - to top the group – they are (2.75) to see their aim come alive.
Both sides have not failed to find the net in their previous three encounters and are tipped at (1.85) to continue the form in this contest.
England have notched 12 goals in their last four ties while Belgium boast of 15 in the same numbers of matches, as a result, bookies offer (2.15) for three or more goals to surface here.
Harry Kane registered a hat-trick against Panama last time out while Romelu Lukaku has four goals in the tournament thus far. Hence, NairaBet has put up (2.15) and (2.35) for both players to notch for their respective countries.