With so many talented attacking players likely to be on display in Kazan on Friday night, the second World Cup quarter-final looks set to see plenty of goals.
No team has netted more times in the competition than Belgium, with Roberto Martinez's men boasting an enviable number of goal threats.
Brazil too have players that can score all over the pitch, and their are plenty of potential options in William Hill's goalscorers market.
The shortest priced player to find the back of the net is Neymar and there should be plenty of interest in the odds of 23/20 (2.15) for him to net.
Hazard and Coutinho to contribute?
While the two most dangerous players in terms of scoring are Neymar and Lukaku, both sides possess playmakers who can score from a little further out.
He is offered at 11/5 (3.20) to find the back of the net and the fact that he is Belgium's penalty taker could make him an interesting option.
Tips and predictions
William Hill offer an intriguing market which is backing a player to score the first or last goal in the game and the price of 16/5 (4.20) for Coutinho looks extremely appealing.