Although England and Belgium are guaranteed a place in the World Cup knockout stages whilst Panama and Tunisia are fighting it out to avoid the wooden spoon, Group G still promises an exciting final day.
An incredible 20 goals have already been scored by the four teams so far, the most of any of the eight pools, and dabblebet have boosted both teams to score in both games to 11/4 (3.75).
England have conceded in both their matches so far, with a 2-1 win over Tunisia and a 6-1 triumph over Panama putting them top of the group and in pole position to decide their fate.
Whilst Belgium kept a clean sheet in their opener against Panama, they shipped twice to Tunisia and the Three Lions will be confident of breaching a defence that conceded from a routine cross against the Africans.
Indeed, four of England’s goals have come from corners or crossed free kicks and they have also been awarded two penalties from corners, with centre-backs John Stones and Harry Maguire routinely causing mayhem for opponents.
In the other game, Panama and Tunisia are fighting for no more but pride but both sides have shown attacking intent against both England and Belgium that could well pay dividends here.
Debutants Panama scored their first World Cup goal against the Three Lions and could ride that wave against the Eagles of Carthage as they now look to claim their maiden win in the tournament.
Tunisia, meanwhile, have netted in both their games and showed themselves more than capable of going forward, with Sunderland forward Wahbi Khazri set to lead from the front again after scoring against Belgium.