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Sport World Cup Group G - Predictions

00:05  12 june  2018
00:05  12 june  2018 Source:   readsport.co

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The countdown continues…

We are now just a few days away from the 2018 World Cup kicking off in Russia, and it’ll soon be time for the start of Group G, where we see England, Belgium, Tunisia and Panama pitted together.

Belgium enter as frontrunners to proceed to the knockout stages as group winners, narrowly in front of England  – they are also are sixth and seventh favourites to win the tournament, respectively.

The vast majority are tipping the outcome of Group G as a straightforward one, in terms of who goes through anyway, and I for one also sit on that bandwagon.

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With all due respect, Tunisia and Panama will struggle to match the experience of The Three Lions and The Red Devils, and in all seriousness, will just be enjoying the stage they are performing on.

It seems set in stone that the final Group G fixture between Belgium and England will decide which nation proceeds as group winners, but a tricky test in the Round of 16 and beyond awaits, regardless of which position they finish in.

Here is how I think one of the easier groups to predict will play out this summer – a statement that I’m fully aware could come back to bite me hard!

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