It's a must-see World Cup semifinal when European powerhouses France and Belgium collide at 2 p.m. ET Tuesday in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
France is a slight favorite. In 3-way betting, Les Bleus are +150, the Red Devils are +200 and the draw is +215 (90 minutes plus injury time). The Over-Under is 2.5 goals, with the Under a -145 favorite. To simply bet on who advances, France is -130 and Belgium +110.
Before you bet, you need to see who Thomas Rongen is picking. The Dutch-American commentator -- who nailed his gutsy call on 30/1 long shot Croatia making the semis -- boasts an incomparable soccer background. He is the former assistant coach and chief international scout for the U.S. men's national team; MLS coach of the year and head coach of the U.S. men's Under-20 team.
We can tell you Rongen is leaning Over 2.5 goals, but his much stronger play is on the side.
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