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England vs Belgium 2018: Time, TV / live stream info for World Cup 2018 3rd place match



World Cup 2018 is ready for the final, but not before England and Belgium see the field for another chance to play in third-party play-off match. Kickoff is set for 10:00 ET at St Petersburg Stadium in St. Petersburg, Russia, and you can watch it on Fox and Telemundo. Online streaming is available in English via Fox Sports Go here or in Spanish via Telemundo here.

England last played in the third match in 1990 where they lost and finished the tournament in fourth. Belgium's best goal in a World Cup was fourth in 1986 with a third place loss.

Lineups

Strong lineups for both teams! England takes in Danny Rose to replace Ashley Young, and reviews its midfield with the introduction of Eric Dier, Fabian Delph and Phil Jones. Ruben Loftus-Cheek also begins.

For Belgium, the layout is more or less what we have seen (it has changed a lot), with the introduction of Youri Tielemans in the midfield.

England vs Belgium Time, TV channel and streaming info

Time: 10:00 ET

Location: St. Petersburg Stadium, St. Petersburg, Russia

TV: Fox, Telemundo) 19659010] Streaming: Watch the game at Fox Sports Go (English) and Telemundo Deportes en vivo (Spanish) free if you log in with your TV provider. It is also on subscription services like Fubo and Hulu.

Odds: EV (Full Odds Odds)

England vs Belgium's News to Read Before the Highs

For a World Cup England failed to be England and it was beautiful

England lost 2-1 to Croatia in the World Championships Semifinal on Wednesday. Overall, it was the classic World Cup form for English. Their hopes in the form of a truly beautiful free kick by Kieran Trippier, a lead that felt like a death sentence and the creeping, inevitable collapse in extra time. It was English football that Mama did: Valiant and ultimately flawless.

Belgium finally reached the hype for its "golden generation"

It's a tricky gig that is a champion champion. There is a lot to balance. A team must be dangerous, but can not be overwhelmed. They must be interesting without being too obvious. They must make a splash in the tournament: Purr through the groups, maybe, or beat someone big. But they should not win the case. It would only be embarrassing. So, supplies to Belgium. They absolutely nailed it.


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