Estonia vs Belgium Predictions

Estonia vs Belgium predictions for Tuesday’s Euro 2024 qualifier at the Lillekula Stadium, Tallinn. Belgium are expected to secure a solid win when they face Estonia in Euro 2024 qualifying Group F. Read on for all our free predictions and betting tips.

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Estonia vs Belgium Predictions

A Return to Form: Belgium’s Rising Stars on Track to Dominate Estonia

Key Stats
– Belgium have won all eight previous encounters against Estonia.
– Romelu Lukaku boasts an impressive goal scoring rate, averaging one goal every 44 minutes in his recent games.
– Belgium are predicted to keep a clean sheet, with their defensive line averaging 11.5 tackles and 8.0 interceptions per game.

The upcoming football fixture between Belgium and Estonia brings a highly anticipated clash as the two nations lock horns in their third qualifying game in Group F. Belgium, with their recent impressive run of form, are seen as strong favourites to overpower Estonia, which have only collected a single point from its opening two qualifiers.

An Uneven Field

The history between these two countries tilts heavily towards the Belgians. Since the beginning of the century, the teams have been drawn together in four separate qualifying campaigns, with Belgium winning all eight encounters. For Estonia, ranked 108th in the world, the sight of the Belgian squad must be far from reassuring. However, it’s worth noting that Estonia have managed to score in three of their last four confrontations against Belgium, an indication of their offensive potential even against stronger opposition.

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Estonia have never graced a major tournament, and the likelihood of their qualifying this time around appears slim. After a loss to Austria and surrendering a lead against Azerbaijan, Thomas Haberli’s side faces a steep uphill climb, especially if they suffer another defeat to the Belgians.

Belgium: Intent on Reclaiming Glory

On the contrary, Belgium have set their sights on participating in their sixth consecutive major tournament. The team has had a promising start under the guidance of their new head coach, Domenico Tedesco, since his appointment in February. They opened their qualifying campaign with a 3-0 victory over Sweden, swiftly followed by a 3-2 win over Germany in a friendly match. However, their recent draw against Austria serves as a reminder that their journey is far from complete.

Despite the minor setback, Belgium remains three points behind Austria, having played one less match, and are comfortably positioned for qualification. With two automatic qualification spots available, Belgium’s ambition of securing their first-ever major trophy next summer remains very much alive.

Looking Ahead: Predicted Lineups

As for the match lineups, Estonia, despite dropping points against Azerbaijan, is likely to retain its starting XI. Their captain, Konstantin Vassiljev, is on course to earn his 152nd cap. Meanwhile, Belgium may reshuffle the squad following their draw against Austria. A possible fresh face could be midfielder Aster Vranckx, who is predicted to start after debuting from the bench in the previous game.

In the forward line, Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku, who claimed his 73rd international goal in 107 appearances, is expected to partner with Lois Openda. Lukaku’s goal-scoring prowess will likely prove crucial in the upcoming match.

Belgium’s Arsenal: Romelu Lukaku

Our primary prediction for the game revolves around Romelu Lukaku, a player who has demonstrated exceptional form recently. Lukaku has netted four goals in just two matches, displaying a scoring frequency of 44 minutes per goal. This prolific striker, with an impressive goal conversion rate of 40% and an average of 5.0 shots per game, is our choice to score first in this encounter, also considering he will be dangerous on free kicks and should be on penalty duties.

Belgium To Roar

Based on their recent form and historical performances, we predict a 3-0 victory for Belgium in the correct score market. The Belgians have won their last four encounters with Estonia, scoring an impressive 18 goals in the process. With their firepower and Estonia’s defensive vulnerabilities, Belgium are poised to continue their scoring spree.

Moreover, Belgium’s defensive line is also noteworthy, boasting an average of 11.5 tackles and 8.0 interceptions per game, which have contributed to them only conceding 0.5 goals per game on average so far in this qualifying campaign. This strong defensive record further strengthens the argument for a clean sheet in their favour.

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