Belgium predicted lineup vs Belarus, Preview, Prediction, Latest Team News, Live Stream, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifiers

Belgium predicted lineup vs Belarus

Belgium, the no.1 ranked team in FIFA World Rankings marched on to yet another victory with a 5-2 victory against Estonia in their latest outing, they now look forward to their next matches in the qualifiers. Alley Sports brings to you the Belgium predicted lineup vs Belarus and all the important information and details regarding this extremely anticipated clash. Follow our page for more regular information and updates regarding football by clicking here.

Belgium predicted lineup vs Belarus : Match Preview

Belgium will be very confident heading into this tie, the last time these two teams met was back in the end of March in the first round of qualifying matches played for Group E and the game ended with a thumping 8-0 victory for Belgium who did not even lineup their first choice 11 in that game. It will be very tough for Belarus as Belgium play a very attacking game with their wing backs pushing high up the field and creating spaces for their inside forwards.

Belgium will no doubt control the ball for most parts of the game and it will be up to Belarus to set up very well and not to lose their shape for all 90 minutes, which is not an easy task to do especially against a very strong star shredded Belgian squad.

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Belgium predicted lineup vs Belarus. Photo Credits – Hindustan Times

Belgium predicted lineup vs Belarus : Latest Team News

Belgium will be missing the services of some key players this time around in the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, these players include Nacer Chadli, Kevin De Bruyne, Jeremy Doku and Dries Mertens who are out injured and are set to miss the matches in this international break. Thomas Vermaelen will be unable to take part in the Belgian squad because of quarantine regulations in Japan, another player out this time is goalkeeper Simon Mignolet as he has been allowed time off and has not joined the squad.

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Belgium predicted lineup vs Belarus. Photo Credits – Super Sport

Belgium predicted lineup vs Belarus

Here is our Belgium predicted lineup vs Belarus : (3-4-3)

GK – Thibaut Courtois

LCB – Jason Denayer

CB – Dedryck Boyata

RCB – Toby Alderweireld

LWB – Thorgan Hazard

CM – Axel Witsel

CM – Youri Tielemans

RWB – Thomas Meunier

LW –

RW – Yannick Carrasco

ST – Romelu Lukaku

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Belgium predicted lineup vs Belarus. Photo Credits – NDTV Sports

Belgium vs Belarus : Match Prediction and Live Stream

Considering the recent form of both teams as well as the difference in quality for the respective squads, it is very difficult to see Belarus getting the better of Belgium in this match. Martinez is very good at setting up his team for this type of matches and is proved by their high ranking in the FIFA world rankings consistently for several years. We predict a comfortable 4-0 win for Belgium.

Viewers can watch the World Cup Qualifiers which will be telecasted on Sony Sports Network in India. These matches will be broadcasted live by the official broadcaster on these channels – Sony Ten 1, 2, 3 and their HD Channels as well. Viewers who want to watch the live stream will have to purchase a premium SonyLiv account as the World Cup Qualifiers matches will be available for streaming on SonyLiv and Jio TV.

Do not miss the Belgium vs Belarus match which will be played on Thursday, 9th September at 12:15 AM IST at the Central Stadium as a part of the qualifier rounds for FIFA World Cup 2022 at Qatar.

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