Scotland – Belgium : Preview & Prediction
With 5 victories in 5 games played so far, as only Italy and Spain have been able to do, Belgium has already put a good mortgage on qualifying for the next Europeans and in the next Group I match takes place at Glasgow’s Hampden Park to faceScotland, instead, sees as a mirage the access to the next continental tournament having at the halfway point of the group 6 points of delay from the second place, the last one useful to qualify. The Scots of Steve Clarke fell right at home against Russia in the last round: 1-2 the final result despite the initial advantage of John McGinn. For the Spanish coach Roberto Martinez of Belgium, on the other hand, an easy 0-4 win over San Marino with two goals from Michy Batshuayi and goals from Dries Mertens and Nacer Chadli.
Belgium has won 5 of 5 games in this qualifying tournament.
Belgium does not concede a goal from 4 consecutive games.
Belgium won against Scotland 3-0 in the first leg.
Scotland have already lost 3 games out of 5, struggling to win at home 2-1 against Cyprus and away from home for San Marino.
The golden years of Scottish football are a distant memory and Belgium is a favorite in this challenge scheduled in Glasgow. Quota not high but still good for the victory of the Red Devils of Roberto Martinez.
Scotland – Belgium : Betting Tips
Belgium – Win Odds: 1.45
Both teams to score / YES – Odds: 1.70
Over 2.5 Goals – Odds: 1.70