Belgium vs Tunisia 101 Great Goals prediction: Belgium 2-0 Tunisia
Roberto Martinez’s Belgium side made a strong start to their World Cup campaign following a convincing 3-0 win over Panama in their opening game.
Panama proved a tricky force to break down, however, Belgium remained composed and their talented attacking force finally found a way through.
Belgium will face a similar test on Saturday with Tunisia planning to frustrate the Reds Devils.
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Belgium vs Tunisia betting tips: who will win?
The Red Devils taking three points and remaining top of Group G is valued at 1/3.
Tunisia earning a point against Belgium is at 9/2.
Bet365 have the African nation claiming a surprise three points at 10/1.
Belgium vs Tunisia match preview
The Reds Devils’ squad has been much talked about in the build-up to the competition with great anticipation for them to do well with players like Eden Hazard, Kevin de Bruyne and Dries Mertens.
In past tournaments, the nation’s ‘golden generation’ have been deemed as very underwhelming, however, with their star men hitting the peak years of their career this could finally be the year Belgium go far in a major competition.
A Romelu Lukaku brace and a stunning strike from Mertens helped Belgium to kick off their 2018 World Cup campaign with a 3-0 win over Panama.
With Germany having lost to Mexico, Brazil being held with Switzerland and Argentina taking just one point from their first two games, the top sides having been dropping big points demonstrating that Belgium’s win should not be underestimated.
Tunisia are now fighting to remain in Russia having suffered defeat to England in cruel fashion, as Harry Kane scored a winning goal in the 91st-minute to snatch a point away from the Eagles.
However, manager Nabil Maâloul should take great encouragement from his side’s performance against England, with Tunisia showing great resilience for long periods.
Belgium team news vs Tunisia
Captain Vincent Kompany will miss the game with an injury, while Michy Batshuayi and Thomas Vermaelen are both doubts.
Tunisia team news vs Belgium
Tunisia’s first-choice goalkeeper Mouez Hassen has been ruled out of the rest of the World Cup suffering a shoulder injury against England.
Belgium predicted starting line-up vs Tunisia
Tunisia predicted starting line-up vs Belgium
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