Belgium v England Betting Tips: Two dabble of the day offers ahead of third-place play-off

The Red Devils and the Three Lions meet for the second time at this World Cup and dabblebet are offering two multi-market bets ahead of the match

It was not to be for England as they crashed out of the World Cup semi-finals to Croatia, but a third-place finish would still represent their best result since 1966.

The Three Lions face Belgium on Saturday night for the dubious honour of finishing third, and dabblebet have two multi-market bets ahead of the clash in St Petersburg.

England to win, Rashford to score, BTTS, Over seven match corners at 11/1

The first dabble of the day is a 11/1 (12.0) shot that consists of England winning in 90 minutes, Marcus Rashford to score, both teams to score, and over seven match corners.

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Although England are 9/4 (3.25) underdogs to win, they will be determined to get revenge over a Belgium side that won 1-0 when the sides met in the Group G decider just two weeks ago.

However, with little to play for but pride, Gareth Southgate is expected to make some changes and Rashford, who impressed against Croatia after coming on in the second-half, will be out to get his first goal of the tournament.

Both Belgium and England have scored in every match they have played in this World Cup except one, and the pair have managed just three clean sheets between them.

Corners have been less of a problem than defending, though, with the Three Lions managing 34 in their six matches and the Red Devils one more.

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Belgium to win, Lukaku to score, BTTS, Over nine match corners, Over three goals at 12/1

For those who believe it will Belgium that finish third, dabblebet also offer that in an 12/1 (12.0) shot along with both teams to score, Romelu Lukaku to find the net, over nine match corners and over three goals.

Lukaku will be determined to catch Harry Kane at the top of the Golden Boot leaderboard, with the Manchester United forward two behind his Tottenham counterpart.

Over three goals is certainly not out of the question considering this would have landed in three of the last four third-place playoffs, as they tend to be quite open matches with little on the line.

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