Most people agree on the fact that England – Belgium is one of the most interesting of all the group stage matches during the FIFA World Cup. It will be played on the last day with group stage matches, and both teams are among the best in the entire World Cup.
It was in this article on watchworldcup.net that the author mentioned this as one of the top three group stage matches during the FIFA World Cup. I have got to agree on that, and for some reason, this is the match I look forward to more than any other match (at the moment). It will be a real clash between players who know one another very well, mostly from the Premier League in England.
The biggest stars on the Belgian team play in the Premier League, meaning that Kevin de Bruyne who will fight for Belgium has developed a friendship with Raheem Sterling, playing for England. There are so many similar battles that will find place as the troops march onto the field, and that is why I have such great expectations to this match.
The best way to stream England – Belgium online!
If you are looking for a fantastic way to stream the match between England and Belgium online, ITV is the solution. The TV channel will broadcast 50% of the matches from the FIFA World Cup, while the other 50% will be aired by BBC. If you live in England you can simply visit their websites to stream all the World Cup matches online.
Do you live outside England? You will need a working VPN connection, and once you have that in order, you can stream England – Belgium and all the other World Cup matches on ITV and BBC in England.
Does it sound hard or difficult? You can find detailed instructions on how to stream all the World Cup matches online in this article. For simple instructions on how to watch ITV from abroad, read this article.
Who will win the battle on June 28th? We do not know yet, and it will be very interesting to find out. There has been a lot of speculation in front of the match, as both teams are better off ending second in the group. Will one of the teams lose on purpose? I doubt it because that will kind of destroy the nice path they are on. Will they play a draw and make it a boring match, and in the end, it will be judged based on the amount of yellow and red cards handed out during the group stage? I hope not, but it can happen!
What do you expect from the match between England and Belgium?