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This preview aims to provide betting insights into Belgium's World Cup 2022 qualifying fixture against Belarus at the King Power at Den Dreef Stadion.
Belgium vs Belarus Top Free Betting Tips
This section provides the best predictions for the game along with free betting tips.
- Market: First-Half Result / Both Team to Score
- Our tip: Belgium & No
- Odds: 12/5
- Market: Total Goals
- Our tip: Over 3.5
- Odds: 4/5
- Market: Half Time / Full Time
- Our tip: Belgium / Belgium
- Odds: 2/9
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First-half Result & Both Team to Score: Belgium & No
Roberto Martinez's men have conceded in four of their last five games in all competitions. The Devils have a similar record at home and only managed five clean sheets in all competitions. This should give the European minnows hope of getting on the scoreboard but after Belgium's 1-1 draw against the Czech Republic, they will be wary of all and sundry.
Total Goals: Over 3.5
The draw against the Czech's has made the job tougher for Belarus, who will come under pressure from the Belgians. Eden Hazard might not be out of the cloud from his injury nightmares but his teammates are well equipped to get over the line. The presence of Romelu Lukaku and Kevin de Bruyne gives the hosts enough firepower to dull the threat of Belarus and have a prolific night out.
Half Time / Full Time: Belgium / Belgium
Die Roten Teufel have the pole position in FIFA rankings and with good reason. They have only lost once in their last twenty-five international meetings, with only two draws during this period. Their quality is beyond their rivals and should take home the three points on offer. In recent history, Belgium have conceded before the half-hour mark but have managed to take the points as put on an exhibition against Wales.
Belgium vs Belarus: Team News and Match Preview
Roberto Martinez would have had sleepless nights had he still been at Everton and lost a player of Eden Hazard's calibre. The mercurial talent can change a match on his whim and is missed by the Belgian national team. However, the Red Devils have enough in the tank to get over his absence. Thorgan Hazard, Romelu Lukaku, Dries Mertens, Youri Tielemans, Nacer Chadli, and Kevin de Bruyne, all are showstoppers for their respective club sides and will ensure that Hazard is not missed.
With their comprehensive win over Estonia, Mikhail Markhel will be pleased with points on the table. Belarus now have the tough task of upsetting Belgium at home, who look increasingly imbalanced at the back. The impossibleness of the act increases given Belarus' away form, as they are winless in their last four games. Markhel will hope that his team put up resistance against their fancied rivals and return to Minsh with something to show for.
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FAQs regarding Belgium vs Belarus Coverage and Accessibility
When is the match scheduled?
The match will take place on 30 March 2020 at 20:45 GMT.
Where is the match being played?
The match will take place at Den Dreef in Heverlee.
Where to watch it?
Sport 1 is the place to watch the live broadcast. One can also watch the game from the numerous live streams available from bookmakers.
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