Chelsea boss Antonio Conte believes England may require some insider information to keep Eden Hazard quiet at next summer's World Cup.
Hazard should be part of the Belgium team who face the Three Lions after the nations were paired in Group G in Friday's draw, along with Tunisia and Panama.
The 26-year-old stole the show as he returned to the Chelsea side to score twice as the reigning Premier League champions came from behind to beat Newcastle 3-1 on Saturday.
Eden Hazard scored twice as Chelsea defeated Newcastle United 3-1 on Saturday afternoon
The Belgian sealed Chelsea's win at Stamford Bridge with a cheeky 'Panenka' penalty
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte believes England have a tough ask to keep Hazard quiet when they meet Belgium at next summer's World Cup finals
Dwight Gayle had given Newcastle a shock lead as Rafael Benitez returned to Stamford Bridge for the first time since his acrimonious six-month tenure as Blues boss in 2013.
But Chelsea hit back as Hazard levelled with a smart finish and wrapped up the points with a deft 'Panenka' penalty after Alvaro Morata had headed in to give Conte's side the lead at the interval.
Hazard has been in impressive form so far this season and Conte reckons England boss Gareth Southgate may need to ask Chelsea's Gary Cahill and Danny Drinkwater for the inside track on stopping the forward when his side face Belgium on June 28.
'I saw the draw and I saw that England and Belgium are in the same group,' Conte said.
Hazard celebrates after scoring Chelsea's equalising goal in the 3-1 win over Newcastle