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Belgium (3/10) eased past Panama in their opening Group G game and Tunisia are likely to face a similar fate. Roberto Martinez's men should have too much attacking firepower for a team who conceded several very presentable chances to England on matchday one.
In truth, the Three Lions should have been out of sight by half-time and with Romelu Lukaku looking in good touch for the Red Devils, few will be opposing a Belgium win in the early kick-off and with good reason.
Juan Carlos Osorio’s men are now in pole position to top Group F but they’ll likely need maximum points from what looks a very winnable match in order to cement their advantage.
The Asian side posed little threat in their opening game and El Tri have the powerful, direct attack to beat a team that have only found the net once in their last four outings.
The Swedes don't have the dynamism to cause Die Mannschaft the sort of problems that Mexico did and Low's side have enough attacking options to get their World Cup campaign back on track.
Thomas Muller has already stated that he expects Sweden to sit deep and defend. However, the addition of Marco Reus could be the key to solving that puzzle especially after the below-par showing on matchday one.