UEFA Euro Qualifiers Betting Score Prediction this evening presents the classic match between Russia vs Belgium, which will take place on Sunday, 17 November 2019 at 00:00 WIB, at the Krestovsky Stadium.
Group I of the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers shows a very tight competition in the top position. It can be seen how Russia and Belgium are struggling with each other to stay on top, and for the time being, Belgium is slightly better than Russia.
Where Belgium topped the standings with 24 points, where the achievement was three points ahead of Russia, which is ranked second. Now the opportunity is clearly in the stronghold of Russia, where they play at home they certainly excel in the mentality of playing.
As seen from the last few matches, Russia is very aggressive when faced with the public itself. It would be very dangerous for Belgium, if they lost focus and played underperformance, because they could have lost a very important point this week 9.
Asian Handicap Market – Russia vs Belgium:
Russia 0: 0 Belgium
Score Prediction – Russia vs Belgium:
Russia 1-1 Belgium
Referring to the handicap market issued by the score prediction house, it can be seen that the strength of the two teams is so balanced. In the meantime, there is an opportunity for Russia to steal points from Belgium and compete together at the top of the table.
This match is predicted to run without a burden, where competition only occurs in the two camps as other teams win points that are not likely to be pursued, in the sense that only determine the group winners and group runners-up only between Russia or Belgium.
Head to Head – Russia vs Belgium:
[03/22/19] Belgium 3 – 1 Russia
[03/28/17] Russia 3 – 3 Belgium
[06/22/14] Belgium 1 – 0 Russia
[11/17/10] Russia 0 – 2 Belgium
[14/06/02] Belgium 3 – 2 Russia
Belgium’s Last 5 Matches:
[12/06/19] Belgium 3 – 0 Scotland
[07/09/19] San Marino 0 – 4 Belgium
[10/09/19] Scotland 0 – 4 Belgium
[11/10/19] Belgium 9 – 0 San Marino
[10/13/19] Kazakhstan 0-2 Belgium
Russia’s Last 5 Matches:
[12/06/19] Russia 1 – 0 Cyprus
[07/09/19] Scotland 1 – 2 Russia
[10/09/19] Russia 1 – 0 Kazakhstan
[11/10/19] Russia 4 – 0 Scotland
[10/13/19] Cyprus 0 – 5 Russia
Russia: Guilherme Marinato, Mario Fernandes, Andrey Semenov, Georgiy Dzhikiya, Yury Zhirkov, Anton Miranchuk, Magomed Ozdoev, Ilzat Akhmetov, Aleksandr Golovin, Artem Dzyuba, Denis Cheryshev.
Belgium: Thibaut Courtois, Toby Alderweireld, Thomas Vermaelen, Jan Vertonghen, Thomas Meunier, Leander Dendoncker, Youri Tielemans, Nacer Chadli, Kevin De Bruyne, Dries Mertens, Romelu Lukaku.