Belgium (@1.005) vs San Marino (@101.0)

Our Prediction:

Belgium will win

Belgium – San Marino Match Prediction | 10-10-2019 14:45

The 26-year-old striker is bound to score a couple of goals this Friday. Romeo Lukaku is the player to keep an eye for. Moreover, since completing his move to Inter Milan, he has scored a goal in every match where he was a starter. After a series of disappointing performances at Manchester United, the talented forward managed to turn the momentum in his favour under the guidance of Antonio Conte.

As such, the only thing to lean on for the minnows would be the home advantage, and even that might be too much of a Hail Mary considering the stature of the incoming opponents. Meanwhile, the Belgians are looking strong to end up the topper of the group, and have scored a total of eleven goals in return for just one.

The hosts have next to nothing going for them ahead of this meeting. They lost all six matches in the UEFA Nations League last autumn, failing to score a goal in any of those losses. They come into this clash having lost all of their previous 31 internationals, which shows just how out of their depth San Marino are as they prepare to take on the best side in the world according to the latest FIFA rankings. They are bottom of the group after losing four from four so far this term.

all Statistics to help you decide, H2H, Prediction, Betting Tips, all game Previews.

Despite the fact that Eden Hazard misses the game with injury, we are positive that Roberto Martinezs troops are going to record a routine win over San Marino in their fifth group game. The Red Devils have been impressive in the qualifiers to date and they are likely to stick to their attacking style of play against the minnows. Belgium will be looking to keep their 100% record in Euro 2020 qualifiers intact when they take on San Marino at Stadio Olimpico di Serravalle.

In Hazards absence, a man to watch in the away team will be Manchester City ace Kevin de Bruyne, who has been in a splendid form at the start of the season. In their last meeting in a competitive match Belgium crushed San Marino 8-0, which is yet another reason why we do not believe that the underdogs are capable of claiming a major scalp in Fridays qualifier.

Obviously, the guests are at the top of the table with a 100% winning record, and quite opposite is the case of their opposite number. Moreover, Hazard and co have a 100% winning record against this opponent and have scored two or more goals in every encounter. In fact, the combined scorecard for the last six clashes is 33-3 in favor of the Belgians, and they are in line for another huge win this Friday.

Belgium were third at the World Cup last summer, while Roberto Martinez is hoping that historic finish will inspire more from his men when they feature at Euro 2020. Will the Red Devils make the gulf between these two sides clear when they clash on Friday? This is the last chance for many in the Belgian golden generation, which has now had around 10 years to grow into one of the most formidable groups in European football.

San Marino vs Belgium Match Preview

See our Euro 2020 betting tips section, packed with insight from our expert tipsters. MORE: Looking for other Euro 2020 predictions? Plus, if you are planning an acca bet, check out the latest selections on our Football Accumulator tips page.

They have conceded 20 times across their opening four games without yet facing the most dangerous team in the group. Since then the gulf between them has only grown, as shown by the results of San Marino in their early group games. These two met in 2005, with Belgium winning the most recent clash 8-0. San Marino did lose 9-0 to second-placed Russia, while they recorded an 8-1 win over Estonia and a 9-0 success against Gibraltar on their way to the last World Cup. Belgium didnt need the golden generation to thump San Marino in their last meeting.

One of the weeks biggest mismatches comes as Belgium head for San Marino. With four wins from four, theres little doubt that Belgium will make it, while they will head into the tournament as one of the favourites to secure glory at Wembley next summer. The Red Devils are looking to put another three points on the board, as they continue their push towards Euro 2020. However, before they get to the serious business of the finals themselves, they need to secure a routine thumping against San Marino.