World Cup predictions: Experts all nail England, Belgium to win on high-scoring Day 5

After a tough Sunday, our experts bounced back in a big way on Monday, with all 10 correctly predicting Belgium and England -- although they left it late -- as winners and five even nailing the exact score of the Belgium match. The results were split on South Korea and Sweden but Ale Moreno, Ed Dove and Manu Martin all had the Swedes for the win, with Moreno and Martin nailing the 1-0 score prediction.

Martin and Dove put up strong scores with 50 points apiece but the day belonged to former Venezuela international Ale Moreno, who lit up the scoreboard with 70 points of a possible 90. Moreno was spot-on with the exact scores for Sweden-South Korea (1-0) and Belgium-Panama (3-0) and missed out on the England-Tunisia scoreline (2-1) only due to a converted Carthage Eagle penalty.

Well done, Ale!

Check out how our pundits got on with their predictions for Sunday's games and remember to join the pundits' league in Match Predictor.

We've got our top talent on hand from England, the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Australia and Africa -- many of whom will be based out in Russia for the tournament -- to analyse each and every one of the 64 matches.

We'll score our experts just as we do in the Match Predictor -- 10 points for correct result, with a bonus 20 points for getting the scoreline right too. Who will come out on top on Tuesday?

ESPN Experts panel:

ESPN FC: Mark Ogden, Raphael Honigstein, Shaka Hislop, Paul Mariner, Ale Moreno
ESPN Deportes: Mauricio Pedroza, Manu Martin
ESPN Mexico: Javier Trejo Garay, Miguel Pasquel
Kwese, Africa: Ed Dove