QUIZ: Can you name England’s previous two starting XI’s vs. Belgium?

QUIZ: Can you name England’s previous two starting XI’s vs. Belgium?

England have played Belgium twice in the past 19 years – think can you name both of the Three Lions’ starting line-up’s?

England will make it three wins from three should they overcome Belgium in Group G’s final game this Thursday. After an unconvincing win over Tunisia just over a week ago, Gareth Southgate’s men completely dominated group punchbags Panama on Sunday, beating the Central American’s 6-1 thanks to an extremely rare brace from defender John Stones, a hat-trick from Harry Kane and a stunning solo effort from Jesse Lingard.

Those two wins now mean that the Three Lions have made it through to the knockout stages of a World Cup for the first time in eight years. Regardless of the result in this Thursday’s match, England will play either Japan, Columbia or Senegal in the Round of 16, with Belgium also qualifying as either group winners or runners-up dependant on who wins this clash. Strangely enough, both sides would probably prefer to lose this match as it would see them getting an easier draw in the quarter-final (should they make it past the round of 16). With this in mind, it’s going to be really interesting to see how both managers line up for tomorrow’s showdown at the Kaliningrad Stadium and who prevails when the final whistle is blown.

The last two times these sides met were in international friendly matches back in 2012 & 1999, where England came out as winners on both occasions (winning 2-1 and 1-0 respectively). There were plenty of familiar names in the starting line-up’s for both of those matches – reckon you could name them all? You’ve got 8 minutes to name all 22 players and the two managers to feature in both games, give it your best attempt and let us know your scores by tweeting them into us @Oddschanger – good luck!