Les Bleus and the Three Lions are both favourites to win their respective semi-finals and dabblebet have an industry-best price on them doing so
After over three weeks of almost nonstop football, just four teams remain in the World Cup.
France play Belgium on Tuesday night before Croatia face England 24 hours later, and dabblebet have a special on the two favourites to qualify.
Backing France and England to meet in the final usually pays out at around 19/10 (2.90) but the online bookmaker has boosted this double to an industry-best price of 2/1 (3.0). Max stake £20, T&Cs apply.
Les Bleus are 8/11 (1.73) to beat Belgium by any means, whether in normal time, extra time or penalties, and experience could be vital.
Just two years ago, France reached the final of the European Championships and six of the players who started in that showpiece will likely take to the field on Tuesday night.
Kylian Mbappe was not part of the Euro 2016 squad but has three goals in this World Cup, which will fuel belief that Didier Deschamps’ men can reach another major final.
Very few people would have predicted that Croatia and England would have met in the semi-finals of the World Cup and even fewer would have said that the Three Lions would be favourites.
With odds of 4/6 (1.67), England are the bookies’ choice to go through after being guided to this stage by the goals of Harry Kane and the leadership of Gareth Southgate.
Southgate’s side made history when they beat Colombia on penalties in the last 16 – their first ever shootout win at the World Cup – and then saw off Sweden 2-0, and will now be looking to reach a first major final in 52 years.