England will be keenly watching this game in hope that Belgium slip up against Tunisia. Harry Kane earned England the three points against the northern African side, whose tenacious defending could frustrate Belgium.
Eden Hazard accused his teammates of hiding against Panama and said Lukaku ‘went missing’ as Belgium laboured to a 3-0 win. Kevin De Bruyne and Hazard struggled to find space in attacking areas and Lukaku only had seven touches in the first half, which means Belgium will have to improve on their opening game performance if they want to increase their superior goal difference.
While their attack looked unbalanced, there were defensive issues too. Yannick Carrasco did an unconvincing job at left wing-back which could tempt Roberto Martinez to switch to a back four.
What time is it?
Belgium vs Tunisia kicks off on Saturday 23 June at 13:00 in Moscow’s Spartak Stadium.
Where can I watch it?
BBC will be showing the game live on BBC One and online.
Belgium 2-0 Tunisia. Belgium eventually got their act together and managed to put three past Panama, and Tunisia are unlikely to repel their impressive attack. Tunisia held out for 91 minutes before Harry Kane scored a late winner, and it is conceivable that Belgium will hit Tunisia late in the game.