Belgium vs Scotland Betting Tips

Belgium vs Scotland Betting Tips 11/06/2019

Belgium are leading the FIFA World Ranking once more and are the big favorite in Scotland. The Red Devils made last Saturday in the third group match Kazakhstan 3-0 from. Despite an average performance, the victory was already fixed after a quarter of an hour after a double strike. After a long time Kevin de Bruyne ran again in midfield, which the Elf is in full force.

Today’s Betting Tips Belgium vs Scotland

A message that gives the Bravehearts little hope for the upcoming match. The Scots also celebrated a threesome, but the opponent was only Cyprus and thus not comparable to the upcoming task in the King Badouin Stadium. In Belgium against Scotland, the odds are very clear in favor of the World Cup third parties. The available amount offers little value, which is why the Belgium tip against Scotland is that the hosts will win the game with at least two goals difference.

Belgium vs Scotland Betting Tips

Belgium – Statistics & Current Form

The mood in the Belgian team is currently very good. The recent victory against Kazakhstan failed befittingly and with Kevin de Bruyne is the impeller in offensive midfield after a long injury break back. In addition, Timothy Castagne of Atalanta Bergamo demonstrated on behalf of the established players that the next generation of highly talented footballers in Belgium is ready to launch. The 23-year-old scored his first goal in his third competitive match for the Belgian selection and completed a very solid game. With Vincent Kompany, coach Roberto Martinez now even has a colleague on the pitch. The defender recently announced his departure from Manchester City and has revived the player’s slightly dusty tradition of coaching himself, completing this dual role in his childhood sweetheart, RSC Anderlecht.

“A strong performance and deserved victory. Now we put the focus on Tuesday and want the fourth victory in the fourth group match. ” – BVB player Axel Witsel via Twitter after the last 3: 0 against Kazakhstan

Good mood also prevails at Eden Hazard. Since last week, his move to Real Madrid has become the most expensive transfer in Royal history. For the exceptional footballer has thus fulfilled a long-cherished wish. The Spanish coach has these days actually only one problem and indeed the agony of choice due to the tremendous quality of the squad: Sitting against Kazakhstan at the beginning of the meeting equal several high-caliber as Thomas Meunier of PSG, Champions League hero Divocto Origi of the Reds Liverpool or Youri Tielemans from Leicester City just on the bench. An illustrious list that shows that the often scolded world ranking in the case of Belgium is perfectly right. The team is in all parts of the team excellently occupied and can already be counted among the top favorites for the next European title.

In the previous group games, the Diables Rouges have also given no offense. The success against Kazakhstan was the third win in a row and the goal difference of 8: 1, of course, can look good. Given the very good defensive offer in Belgium against Scotland also the odds for another clean sheet of the home side.

Expected lineup of Belgium:
➮ Courtois – Alderweireld – Kompany – Vertonghen – Hazard – de Bruyne – Witsel – Castagne – Mertens – Lukaku – Hazard

Last matches of Belgium:

⚽️ 08.06.2019 – Belgium vs. Kazakhstan 3: 0 (European Championship qualification)
⚽️ 24.03.2019 – Cyprus vs. Belgium 0: 2 (European Championship Qualification)
⚽️ 21.03.2019 – Belgium vs. Russia 3: 1 (European Championship Qualification)
⚽️ 18.11.2018 – Switzerland vs. Belgium 5: 2 (Nations League)
⚽️ 15.11.2018 – Belgium vs. Iceland 2: 0 (Nations League)

Belgium vs Scotland Betting Tips

Scotland – Statistics & Current Form

The Bravehearts qualified for the last time in 1996 for a European Championship. For the upcoming euro, this is now absolutely once again succeed – not least because the domestic Hampden Park after all, will also be home three group matches and a quarter and eighth. The role of a sub-host, the Scots ahead of the next opponent, as Belgium made a political farce for the rebuilding of the King Badouin Stadium, at the end of the project stood out, which will take place in Brussels, not a single game of the Euro 2020.

“Appointing myself as coach of Scotland is an honor and I will tackle the tasks with pride and dedication”. – Steve Clarke via Twitter

While the upcoming opponent again takes the first place in the FIFA World Ranking, Scotland is only in 41st place. The previous achievements in the European Championship qualifiers are also rather mixed nature – among other things, lost the team of coach Steve Clarke to kick off against Kazakhstan with 0: 3. After a victory against San Marino and as described recently a victory against Cyprus, but currently Scotland is only in third place, which would have missed the qualification for the finals.

With Russia, there is also another team in the group besides Belgium, which is more playful. In terms of personnel, Clarke, who took office only in mid-May and celebrated his debut against Cyprus, like his opponent but draw from the full. For example, Liverpool FC’s only star, 25-year-old defender Andrew Robertson, is available. Against Cyprus he started with a goal victory. Apart from that, Clarke has nominated several newcomers, with several being from his former employer, Kilmarnock FC. An example is the striker Eammon Brophy, who was allowed to compete in the starting eleven against the Cypriots.

Expected lineup of Scotland:
➮ Marshall – Robertson – McKenna – Mulgrew – O’Donnell – McGregor – McLean – McGinn- Fraser – Brophy – Forrest
Last matches from Scotland:

⚽️ 08.06.2019 – Scotland vs Cyprus 2: 1 (European Championship Qualification)
⚽️ 24.03.2019 – San Marino Vs. Scotland 0: 2 (European Championship Qualification)
⚽️ 21.03.2019 – Kazakhstan vs. Scotland 3: 0 (European Championship Qualification)
⚽️ 20.11.2018 – Scotland vs Israel 3: 2 (Nations League)
⚽️ 17.11.2018 – Albania Vs. Scotland 0: 4 (Nations League)

Belgium vs Scotland Direct Comparison

Scotland has been waiting for the next victory against Belgium for almost 32 years. A good omen would be that this was also in the context of a European Championship qualifier. Since then, Belgium prevailed four times and once they parted with a draw. Of course, in Belgium against Scotland, the odds favor again in very distinct form the home side when asked about the next winner.

Belgium vs Scotland Betting Tips and Predictions Explained

Just under a month ago, Scotland has signed a successful coach Steve Clarke. After all, he led the country’s oldest professional football club, Kilmarnock FC, to third place in the domestic Premiership this season. This is the best placement for Killie for more than 50 years. His debut as a national team coach succeeded last weekend in the shape of a 2-1 win over Cyprus. But now he and his team face a challenge that can hardly be overcome. Belgium is the leader of the qualifying group and the Rode Duviels usually do not make prisoners.

Key Facts – Belgium vs Scotland tips

⭐️ Belgium have won all three previous qualifiers – goal difference of 8: 1
⭐️ Scotland has not been victorious in this pairing for more than 30 years
⭐️ Hosts have not lost a home game since September 2016

Attractive offensive football paired with an extremely routine defensive, in the old veterans such as Vincent Kompany and the no less experienced Tottenham duo Alderweireld and Vertonghen, form a barely beatable mix. It is not without reason that Belgium finished third at the last World Cup in Russia and beat Brazil, for example. In Belgium against Scotland, the odds know only one direction and this shows unmistakably in the direction of the hosts.

Given the low value that we see in the odds available for a home win, Belgium’s goal against Scotland Tip is that the visitors will lose at least two goals in difference. Whether it’s Romelu Lukaku, the New-Madrid Eden Hazard or Kevin de Bruyne – these are just three of many examples of Roberto Martinez’s excellent offensive.

Betting Tips: win Belgium (- 1.5)
Odds: 1.50