It is not the way you want to end your World Cup campaign, but Belgium and England will both be keen to finish on a winning note in the third place play-off.
At least the pay-off for both sides is a game where they can throw caution to the wind and go out and, hopefully, play some attractive, attacking football.
The winners of the third-place play-off at each of the last four World Cups has scored three goals in the match, so there should be no shortage of goalmouth action on Saturday.
Who will be amongst the goals is very much dependent on team selection, with Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku having a Golden Boot in their sights.
However, the Red Devils appear to have more firepower at their disposal overall and it would not be a shock to see them cause plenty of problems.
Should Roberto Martinez choose to give some of his Belgium squad players a run-out, striker Michy Batshuayi will be one man keen to make an impact.
He has struggled to make a mark at Chelsea and enjoyed better fortunes while on loan at Borussia Dortmund in the second half of last season.
With a summer move still very much on the cards, Batshuayi has plenty of motivation to show up well, so if he starts he could be a decent option for the opening goal, while if he comes off the bench, then the last goal of the game also comes into play.
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