Fresh from qualifying for the World Cup finals in Brazil, Belgium and Colombia go head-to-head on Thursday as preparations for next year’s showcase get underway.
The pair have already guaranteed their places for the 2014 tournament in South America, and face each other at the Stade Roi Baudouin in Brussels.
Belgium will appear in the competition for the first time in 12 years after finishing nine points clear at the top of their group.
Colombia last participated in France in 1998, and will attempt to become the first team to beat Marc Wilmots’ men this year.
Both have enjoyed a meteoric rise in the FIFA rankings, and ahead of this week’s friendly, we look at just some of the key battles that could decide the fixture.