You probably already know how to bet on the outcome of a football match, for you simply need to pick whether the home team will win, the away team will win or whether the match will end in a draw.
Those are thee of the main betting opportunities that are going to be available to you on the upcoming World Cup third place play off between Belgium and England, and for reference the odds on a Belgium win after 90 minutes of play are 6/5, the Draw can be bet on at odds of 13/5 and you can also place a bet on England two win after 90 minutes at odds of 9/4.
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An outright winner bet is the most commonly placed bet on all football matches, however there are also plenty of other types of bets you can place on this playoff match between Belgium and England and below you will find an overview of some bets that may just tempt you into placing an additional bet on that match!
Additional Betting Opportunities
Let me quickly give you an insight into what betting opportunities are also on offer to you if you think this match is going to go to extra time, for if it does and you think that Belgium will win the match during extra time the odds on offer on such a bet are 9/1 and odds of 11/1 are readily available if you think that England will win during extra time.
As for the match going to penalties, then if you think it will be Belgium will then win the odds on that bet are 12/1 and the same for England to win during a penalty shoot out!
Name the Player to Score First
I do think there will be a few goals scored in this match and if you think that the very first goal is going to be scored by an England player then you will find Harry Kane is on offer at odds of 10/3 to score the first goal of the match and Jamie Vardy is 5/1 and both Marcus Rashford at and Raheem Sterling are 8/1 to bang in the first goal of the match.
But if you are of the mindset that it will be a Belgium player that is going to score the very first goal in this playoff match then one player that is certainly in with the very best chance of doing just that is Romelu Lukaku who the bookies are fearing for they have him chalked up at odds of just 10/3 to score the first goal. Michy Batshuayi is an obvious choice of Belgium fans and his odds are 9/2.