World Cup 2018: Live Stream and TV Info for Belgium Vs. England

The two losing semifinalists bring their World Cup to an end on Saturday in the game nobody wants to play; the third-place playoff.

England's first appearance in a World Cup semifinal in 28 years ended with a 2-1 loss to Croatia in extra time, while Belgium's first semifinal since 1986 saw them lose 1-0 to France.

The game kicks off at 10 a.m. EST and will be broadcast live on Fox Sports and Telemundo, with commentary in English on the former and Spanish on the latter. The match will also be available online via FOX Sports GO, FOX Soccer Match Pass and the FOX Sports app and will be streamed live via Fubo Premier, DirectTV Now and Sling Blue.

The Red Devils are favorite to finish third, with William Hill offering odds of 23/20 on Roberto Martinez's men to win the game in 90 minutes, while England are 9/4 and the draw is at 13/5.

FiveThirtyEight gives Belgium a 51 percent chance of coming out on top in Saint Petersburg on Saturday.

The two sides met earlier in the tournament, going head-to-head in the final game of Group G on June 28 in Kaliningrad, when Belgium edged a game of few chances 1-0 thanks to a stunning finish from Adnan Januzaj.

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Eden Hazard (L) and Harry Kane will face each other again, when Belgium play England in the third-place playoff match at the Saint Petersburg Stadium in Saint Petersburg on July 14, 2018. Adrian Dennis,Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty Images

With both of them having already clinched qualification to the round of 16 the game would decide the group winner, but because of the way the draw had panned out, the team that finished runner-up in the group was considered to have an easier route ahead through the knockout stages.

While Gareth Southgate and Martinez dismissed the suggestion they wanted to lose to finish second, both attracted criticism for fielding largely second-string teams. Whether intentional or otherwise, England's defeat ultimately meant they faced Colombia, Sweden and Croatia in the knockout stages, while Belgium knocked out Japan and Brazil before coming unstuck against France.

Both managers could ring the changes again this weekend, with England set to be without Kieran Trippier, Ashley Young and Jordan Henderson, who are all nursing fitness issues.

Trent Alexander-Arnold, Eric Dier and Danny Rose are likely to start, while Harry Kane has declared himself fit.

"It's the chance to have our second‑best-ever finish and the chance for the players to get a medal," Southgate was quoted as saying by The Guardian.

"So there's that and there's the pride in playing for your country again. So we'll try and get the team that is best able to do the job. Harry does not have an injury but we will see how he feels. He's had another 120 [minutes] and I don't know the full injury update," said Southgate.

Belgium full-back Thomas Meunier, who missed the semifinal against France through suspension, has vowed the Red Devils want to end their campaign in Russia on a high.

"We are better than England," he told reporters at a press conference, as reported by Reuters. "Winning the match is not an obligation but something we want to do. Third place is a minimum for us. We beat England in the group phase and so we can do it again."

Belgium and England have both played in the third-place playoffs once, with the former losing 4-2 to France after extra time in 1986 and the latter losing 2-1 to Italy four years later.