Belgium take on Finland in Group B tonight with the Red Devils having already qualified for the Round of 16, whilst the Finns currently sit in third place on three points, having earned a victory against Denmark on matchday one.
Finland come into this game on the back of a narrow 1-0 defeat to Russia on matchday two, with all of their points coming against Denmark in their opener, as a second-half header from Joel Pohjanpalo saw them take all three points, this goal was the Finns only shot in the match, in what turned out to be their first-ever win at a major tournament.
Roberto Martinez’s side come into this match as huge favourites, having brushed aside both Russia and Denmark 3-0 and 2-1. In Belgium’s latest win which came against the Danes, it was evident that the introduction of Kevin De Bruyne was crucial, as the Manchester City man made the assist for Thorgan Hazard’s equaliser, as well as scoring the winning goal, having come on at half-time.
It is likely that both Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard will start against Finland on matchday three, due to not starting either of the Red Devil’s first two group matches.