England’s World Cup dream may be over for another four years but a win over Belgium in the third-place play-off will still be their best result since 1966.
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Despite taking the lead after four minutes, England failed to make their dominance against Croatia count and paid the ultimate price when Mario Mandzukic netted in extra time to send his country through.
That result will surely spur Gareth Southgate’s men on to finishing on a high note ahead of the first Nations League game in September, and guarantee their second-highest World Cup finish ever.
As well, England lost this fixture just two weeks ago when the sides met in the Group G decider and a win here would ensure that they do not become the second team ever to lose to the same country twice in a single World Cup.
Turkey were victims of this in 2002 when they lost to Brazil in the group stages and then the semi-final, and it is a piece of unwanted history that the Three Lions will be determined to avoid in St Petersburg.
Belgium lost their semi-final 1-0 to France courtesy of a Samuel Umtiti header from a corner, which will give England hope since five of their 12 goals have come from headers, the most of any team in this World Cup.
This industry-best quote of 12/5 (3.40) on England to beat Belgium in 90 minutes is expected to prove extremely popular as the Three Lions look to exact revenge and finish third.