As the last chance to distinguish the “golden generation” of the country, they see in Belgium their presence in the final phase of the organization of Qatar. Many of the big stars of the “red devils” are 30+, which means that there will probably not be another opportunity in the future. Roberto Martinez has the pleasure of managing the best roster the national team has ever had and hopes to lead it to the top. Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard will bear the brunt as Romelu Lukaku returns from injury and will miss the opening games of the tournament. Obviously, they have the first reason for the qualification from Group F, but it will not be so easy against Croatia, Morocco and the enthusiastic team of Canada, which is also the opponent of the premiere.
Present at the World Cup finals for the second time in its history will be the Canadian national team. The main aim is to go one better than last time in the competition in 1986, when they suffered three defeats in as many group games and did not score. It won’t be that easy, since it has a young and inexperienced roster. The big star of the team is Alphonso Davies of Bayern Munich, however, he is facing an injury problem and his participation is extremely doubtful. If he doesn’t make it, it will be a huge loss as he has the quality and ability to play in multiple positions. Buchanan in midfield and Larin in attack will play a significant role as, among others, they compete at club level for Belgian Club Brugge.
Predictions for the bet: Belgium wants and can start with victory. Canada can’t be a high barrier, but a goal can put it up as their opponent limps defensively. This can be seen from the fact that Belgium has conceded goals in the last 6/7 official and friendly games. Let’s bet 1 & Goal/Goal at the excellent 3.25 (TigersBet).