GROUP G sees two fancied sides Belgium and England paired with rank outsiders Panama and Tunisia.
The top two seeds should qualify comfortably but winning could be crucial. Finish first and you'll likely face Poland or possibly Senegal but second place will have potentially a tougher last-16 clash against Colombia.
England face Belgium in the final group game so all should be clearer then and it could be a cracker if it's a decider and Colombia look like winning Group H.
For now I'm backing England and Belgium to qualify but not picking a Group G winner.
Both to qualify pays just 1-3 at BlackType and if you fancy a shock it's Tunisia 11-2 and Panama 11-1 to make it through.
Panama v Tunisia is also likely to settle third-fourth place and I'm on the Central Americans to finish bottom at 4-6 with betfair. They have won just two of their last 15 away World Cup games.
Some people are tipping Belgium's Golden Generation to go all the way but I don't think they're good enough and Roberto Martinez isn't anywhere near being the best boss.
They have some great players such as Eden Hazard and Kevin de Bruyne and should score plenty agains the like of Panama and Tunisia but their defence isn't good enough to shut out the best sides.
England have had problems getting through the groups in recent tournaments but not this time. Win it and they have a decent last-16 clash but a likely quarter-final with Brazil. On the other side it could be Colombia then Germany so that's the furthest they go in my book.
From a betting perspective it's not a great group for outrights but if you fancy England to reach the quarters they are 5-6 at bet365 compared to Belgium at 4-6.
- Belgium/England to qualify
- Panama to finish bottom
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