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Belgium vs England
World Cup 2018 Third Place Play-off
Date: Saturday, 14 July 2018
Time: 10:00a ET
Venue: Saint-Petersburg Stadium.
As the England vs Belgium third-place match approaches on Saturday, the age-old question presents itself once more: Who the hell cares about third place? Especially in a competition like this where only the first matters.
England lost 2-1 to Croatia as Belgium lost 1-0 to France during the semifinals, but the world knew it wouldn’t be the last they hear from those two during the World Cup. The world also didn’t care and still doesn’t, but if you do though then you’re an absolute anomaly. Anomaly is a polite synonym for tool here.
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Belgium and England played to a bland scoreless draw after 45 minutes, but Belgium was called for two yellow cards. Those bookings were crucial because should the game have ended in a draw, the tiebreaker to decide the group’s winner would have come down to FIFA’s fair play points system, which punishes teams with more booked fouls.
England have a positive head to head record with Belgium in spite of losing the group-stage tie two weeks ago at Kaliningrad Stadium. It was an affair which saw both Roberto Martinez and Gareth Southgate rest their main stars as Adnan Januzaj made the difference with an accurately-taken shot right after the interval.
Before the mentioned clash, it’s been six years since these two last locked horns. England won 1-0 in a friendly back in June 2012. Overall, the Three Lions have three wins, two draws and two losses in seven games against the Red Devils.