Divock Origi is once again preferred to Romelu Lukaku in the Belgium side that takes on Argentina.
Divock Origi will continue to lead the Belgium attack during this afternoon's World Cup quarter-final against Argentina.
Some reports had suggested that Romelu Lukaku was in line for a recall, but head coach Marc Wilmots has kept faith in 19-year-old Origi as his side's lone striker.
Elsewhere, Everton's Kevin Mirallas has come into the side, but there is no room for Steven Defour, despite his return from suspension.
As for the Argentines, Manchester City centre-back Martin Demichelis has been called into the heart of the defence, while Lucas Biglia has replaced Fernando Gago in midfield.
Argentina: Romero; Zabaleta, Demichelis, Garay, Basanta; Biglia, Mascherano; Di Maria, Lavezzi, Messi; Higuain
Belgium: Courtois; Alderweireld, Van Buyten, Kompany, Vertonghen; Witsel, Fellaini; De Bruyne, Mirallas, Hazard; Origi
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Result: Belgium edge past the USA in extra time >