Belgium and England will contest the World Cup third place play-off at Russia 2018 after seeing their hopes for glory dashed in the past few days.
Both sides were edged out in close semi-finals and Coral have a new customer offer on the Three Lions.
Belgium are made favourites to come out on top and rightly so. They’ve had an extra day of rest and won the previous clash between these sides on matchday three.
However, England are usually a 23/10 (3.30) chance to come out on top and this offer allows new players to take 20/1 (21.0). That is simply too big for one side in a relatively well-matched encounter such as this one.
Both sides should make changes once more, although it remains to be seen quite how sweeping both managers will be on that front.
Third place play-offs are usually high-scoring matches, especially compared to the following finals so this should be an entertaining encounter for punters.
Harry Kane has already scored six times in Russia and if he starts then the Tottenham frontman and England captain will be keen to add to his tally, especially with nearest Golden Boot rival Romelu Lukaku potentially involved too.
The argument for taking England at 20/1 (21.0) is simply a value-based one. Their current odds estimate that the Three Lions will come out on top around 30 per cent the time.
If that is an accurate picture of their chances then the opportunity to get 20/1 (21.0) on the same wager is sure to catch the eye of punters who want to cheer on the underdogs at a much bigger price than might usually be possible.