Belgium hosts Cyprus in round 10 of Euro qualification. The match will be played on Tuesday, November 19th at King Baudouin Stadium (Brussels)
Playing not even at the limit of their capabilities, the Belgians scored Russia three goals in the first half of the away game. And it happened against an opponent who beat same Cyprus with a 5-0 score. What will happen in the game against an outsider at home? I don’t know whether it’s interesting to play in the qualifying round when you don’t have worthy opponents. Belgium scored 34 goals in nine rounds. On average, there were almost four per game. Yes, there were 2-0 victories over today's rival and Scotland, but those matches were away. The bronze medalist of the World Cup has not scored less than three at home. So the bet is seen as a minimum return.
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What can Cypriots hope for? They should think about how not to lose with a crushing score. But if they allowed five unanswered goals at home from Russia and two from Scotland, how can they withstand one of the leaders of world football? Cyprus generally looks extremely unsuccessful on the road, even with the middle-class teams, and it was noticeable in disastrous meetings in the League of Nations. Currently, the team is generally in search of its game. Seven goals in two rounds is a lot.
It’s even scary to imagine what Belgium will do with the upcoming opponent after beating Russia with a 4-1 score. We can see five or six goals. Yes, Martinez can field a semi-regular squad and save football players before important games of national championships and European cups, but even second-stringers look much stronger than such a weak opponent does. As a result, we should wait for another landslide victory of the hosts.
Prediction for the match: Belgium to score over 3.0 goals