Belgium will likely be a popular outright bet to win the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Packed with star names but available at a double figure price, the "Golden Generation" will be expected to produce on the big stage.
Roberto Martinez's side are favourites to finish top of Group G at around 5/6 (1.83). dabblebet are taking the Red Devils on though, offering 9/10 (1.90) about them finishing above their rivals after three matches.
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Looking at Belgium's squad in detail, it's easy to see why they're so well fancied to go close in the outright winner market.
An experienced Premier League spine consisting of Thiabut Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku are supported by a galaxy of stars including Kevin De Bruyne, Jan Vertonghen, Dries Mertens and many more.
Lukaku in particular has shone for his country despite a solid if unspectacular first season at Manchester United. The 25-year-old netted 11 times in just eight appearances in qualification and will be relishing the opportunity to capitalise on the service provided by two of the world’s best playmakers in Hazard and De Bruyne.
Martinez will need to trim five names from his provisional 28-man squad before the June 4 deadline and frankly, the Spaniard is spoilt for choice.
England's recent disappointments at major tournaments make them easy enough to oppose in Group H while Panama and Tunisia are unlikely to cause too many problems. A potential group decider against the Three Lions is in prospect on matchday three assuming both frontrunners can handle their opening two clashes as the bookmakers expect.
With that in mind, the industry best price of 9/10 (1.90) will surely appeal to those who believe the sheer amount of class in the squad will allow Belgium to top Group G and put themselves in pole position for the knockout stages.