The battle to top Group G looks to be a close one with both England and Belgium have already qualified for the round of 16, with decisive victories over both Panama and Tunisia, which has resulted in debate about whether it would be better to finish first or second in the group.
The winner of the match will go top while a draw will mean disciplinary points will decide the group winner. England are currently ahead having picked up two yellow cards to Belgium's three.
England had a rocky start to the competition when they faced Tunisia but looked much better when they faced Panama, putting away five goals before the end of the first half.
Belgium are by far the biggest challenge that England face in the group stages. Their team is packing a lot of star power, with big names like Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard, and Kevin De Bruyne packing a punch for the Belgian national side.
Eric Dyer will make his first start of the tournament with Southgate poised to make changes to the team which beat Panama 6-1 on Sunday. Dele Alli has recovered from a knock which forced him to miss that win, and is in line for a recall after re-joining full training this week.
Romelu Lukaku, Belgium’s top scorer with four goals already at the tournament, is set to be ruled out with an injury he picked up against Tunisia.
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England 1 - 1 Belgium
This will be a close one. England need to bring the level of play that they produced during last week’s game against Panama. Belgium have been very impressive in the so far and are among the favourites to win the trophy.
This will be the third meeting between England and Belgium at the World Cup, with England so far unbeaten in their encounters. They drew 4-4 in 1954 and England won 1-0 in the second round in 1990, with a volley from David Platt.
Belgium have won just one of their 21 meetings with England (D5 L15) - a 3-2 victory in May 1936.
England have already scored eight goals in the 2018 World Cup (level with 1954 and 1990). The only time they've ever scored more in a single edition of the competition was in 1966 (11 goals).
Only in 1982 have England ever won all three of their group stage games in a World Cup tournament.
England's Harry Kane has scored five goals in the group stages of this tournament. Before 2018, the last player to score more in the first round of a single World Cup was Russia's Oleg Salenko in 1994 (six goals).
Romelu Lukaku has scored 23 goals in 20 appearances for Belgium under manager Roberto Martinez, scoring four goals from four shots on target at this year's World Cup.