Thomas Meunier is suspended for Belgium after he received his second yellow of the World Cup in the 2-1 win over Brazil, which will hinder the Red Devils.
Roberto Martinez could bring Yannick Carrasco back into the fold as a result with Nacer Chadli operating from the right, though it may be that the Belgium head coach reverts to a 4-3-3 with Mousa Dembele and Youri Tielemans battling for a place in midfield.
Romelu Lukaku may also operate from the right once more and Kevin De Bruyne used through the centre.
France didn't need to step it up a gear to secure a 2-0 win over Uruguay, but they were far from convincing in the victory. Les Bleus have the ability to kick things up a notch, which should be a concern against a Belgium outfit that sprung an upset against Brazil.
The Red Devils impressed against Brazil, but the absence of Thomas Meunier robs them of a key player down their right. Indeed, Belgium could struggle without the PSG man against France and it's likely Les Bleus will target Belgium's right flank in a bid to secure a World Cup final spot.
This is a tough one to call, but France's greater strength in depth could see them over the finish line here. Belgium won't simply roll over and allow France to dominate, however, so expect to a close match between two the World Cup's technically superior sides.
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