Some of the players will be different but there will be no tactical surprises when Belgium face England for a second time at the World Cup in Russia this afternoon (3pm) to decide third place, Belgium coach Roberto Martinez said.
"It will be the same tactical game, there are no secrets between the two sides," Martinez predicted, as the teams prepare to meet at the Saint Petersburg Stadium after their previous group stage clash in Kaliningrad, which Belgium won 1-0.

"I think there is a clarity about how England have been successful in this tournament. They are very dynamic, very quick. They use that very well.

"They are also a team that have scored nine goals from dead ball situations, which is going to be a good test for us. We will need concentration.
"And then well have to cope with this system they have developed, a 5-3-2 which is very well synchronised but I dont think there will be any surprises in this game from the game you saw in the group phase."

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Martinez said he expected both teams to make changes from their respective semi-final losses because of fatigue.
"There may be different faces but I think the roles will be very similar," added Martinez, who was celebrating his 45th birthday on Friday.

"We want to win. When you finish a tournament you carry over the feeling of the last game. We know that.
"We've been here a month now since we arrived in Russia, its been an incredible experience and everyone who has been a part of the Belgian team has performed in an incredible manner.

"Every Belgian fan deserves that winning feeling at the end of this tournament. We are going to give everything we have and we know that England are of the same mindset.
"We don't want to take anything but a positive feeling out of the World Cup. The game would help a lot towards achieving that," he said. 

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