There was a unusual feeling around the game as both teams were already assured of progress to the last 16, with talk about the best path to the final compounded by a combined 17 changes.
Below are more details on the broadcast, which will be aired in Spanish and will begin at 1:30 p.m. ET.
After a surreal night on the Baltic where England struggled to contain their satisfaction with a defeat that offers them an easier path to the final, Belgium are trusting that World Cup fortune will favour the courageous.
"They won their group so it's not going to be easy at all". The match will also be livestreamed in Spanish on TelemundoDeportes.com and via the Telemundo Deportes En Vivo and NBC Sports apps.
England fans in the Sunderland Fan Zone watch their team against Belgium.
With a combined 17 changes - eight for England, nine Belgium - the game played out as expected; kind of awkwardly. The match came to be known as the Disgrace of Gijon.
One of the numerous Belgium players with Premier League experience to their name found the breakthrough goal - Januzaj rolling his boot over the ball to take Danny Rose out of the game, before bending one out of Pickford's reach.
Results elsewhere and the way the knockout draw has fallen so far have led to widespread suggestions the runner up out of England and Belgium would be in a better position to blaze a trail into the latter stages.More news: Evangeline Lilly loves playing strong women as she's a 'control freak'
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"I don't think you can plan the ideal scenario", Belgium coach Roberto Martinez said.
English World Cup self-pity often centers on the national team's semi-final defeat by Germany on penalties at Italia '90 but Belgians have their own painful memories of 28 years ago at the hands of England and now they want payback.
Belgium, Croatia and Uruguay were the only teams to win all three group games.
So basically, if the teams play tomorrow's game to benefit their own interests, we could be in for a game of anti-football, with both England and Belgium looking to lose - in other words, avoid scoring - while attempting to end up with more cards than the other team. The victor enters the side of the bracket that already features France, Brazil, Portugal, Argentina, Mexico and Uruguay, while the loser goes into the half with Spain, Croatia, Russia, Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland. A very tough group.
"We don't like to lose, but tonight there were other factors that were more important", Southgate said.
The last 16 - The group stages are over and the round of 16 is now decided, we know all of the knockout fixtures and we can look forward to the matches as the next round begins.
Neither side has had the best of tournaments, but both have a game - Uruguay's resounding defeat of Russian Federation and Portugal's draw with Spain - that shows they can contend with anyone.
Strength in depth?- The number of changes that both sides made may have disappointed fans who wanted to see a full blooded encounter, but it did give us the chance to see how strong the "second choice" players were for both sides.
Japan, on four points alongside Senegal, take on Poland in Volgograd while the African team play Colombia, who have three points, in Samara.