Scotland are back in the hunt in Group I after a dramatic late winner against Cyprus, however they are now tasked with taking on top of the table Belgium in their next 2020 qualifier. Form Labs breaks down the action with their betting preview and tips for the game while as ever we have the value with our selection of enhanced odds available on our FanBoosts section.
Dramatic Finish against Cyprus
Steve Clarke’s reign began with a much-needed win over Cyprus, though they left it late as Andy Robertson’s stunner came after an hour had already been played, while they then had to show plenty of spirit to find the late winner after an 87th minute equalizer for the visitors.
Greater tests lie in wait, but the Tartan Army may be slightly deterred by results elsewhere, with their main rivals for second place – Russia – trouncing a hapless San Marino 9-0 in Saransk.
Belgium v Scotland Betting Tips
Belgium are a class apart in Group I and have already beaten Russia 3-1 in Brussels, with their three games to date seeing them score eight times and concede just the once.
In fact, they’ve gone W30-D5-L2 across the recent UEFA Nations League, Euro or World Cup qualifiers combined since September 2012.
They also eased past Scotland this past September in a friendly as they ran out 4-0 winners, with that game at Hampden Park, and it’s only going to be more difficult for them away in Brussels.
Indeed, Excluding Russia, Iceland and Switzerland, all of whom have achieved significantly more on-field success than Scotland in recent times, Belgium have won five of their last six competitive home games by at least three clear goals.
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