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Estonia vs Belgium preview & prediction 

Match preview

Tuesday’s group stage match in the UEFA Euro qualifiers between Estonia and Belgium is scheduled to take place at the Lilleküla Stadium.

After a 1-1 tie with Azerbaijan in their previous match, Estonia enters this contest. Rauno Sappinen, a forward for Stal Mielec, scored for Estonia in the first half, while Anton Kryvotsyuk, a defender for Daejeon Hana Citizen, scored for Azerbaijan in the second.

On the other side, Belgium’s most recent match ended in a 1-1 draw with Austria. Romelu Lukaku of Inter Milan scored for Belgium in the second half to offset an own goal from Austrian midfielder Orel Mangala of Nottingham Forest.

Estonia vs Belgium Head to Head

Belgium3 – 1Estonia
Estonia2 – 5Belgium

Estonia vs Belgium form guide

Estonia’s last 5 games – DLLWD

Azerbaijan1 – 1Estonia
Austria2 – 1 Estonia
Hungary1 – 0Estonia
Finland0 – 1Estonia
Iceland1 – `1Estonia

Belgium’s last 5 games – DWWDL

Belgium1 – 1Austria
Germany2 – 3Belgium
Sweden0 – 3Belgium
Croatia0 – 0Belgium
Belgium0 – 2Morocco

Key stats

  • Estonia has lost seven games and won one in their last eight head-to-head matches.
  • Romelu Lukaku, a Belgian striker for Inter Milan, had 19 league starts this year and contributed to 16 goals.
  • Jeremy Doku, a Belgian forward, has started 13 league games for Rennes this year and contributed to eight goals.
  • Dodi Lukebakio, a Belgian attacker, has started 27 league games for Hertha BSC this year and has contributed to 14 goals..

Estonia vs Belgium prediction

The Estonian team includes numerous talented players, like Henri Anier and goalie Karl Jakob Hein of Arsenal. The Belgian defence could perhaps have issues from attackers like Anier and Rauno Sappinen.

In contrast, Domenico Tedesco was chosen by Belgium to replace Roberto Martinez. Tedesco has had successful runs with teams like Schalke and RB Leipzig, but those runs were only temporary. The various superstars from Belgium will be a new challenge for him.

The “golden generation” of Belgians is now coming to an end. Romelu Lukaku, Kevin De Bruyne, and Thibaut Courtois are the lone survivors of a team that was predicted to do well but fell short. All three players are already in their 30s, so Belgium should already have a succession plan in place.

This includes promising but undeveloped artists like Arthur Theate and Jeremy Doku. While players like Youri Tielemans are currently in their prime, there is still hope that up-and-coming talents like Charles De Ketelaere, Romeo Lavia, and Amadou Onana—who are not currently on the roster—will also play a significant role in the next generation.

This game must be won by Belgium.

  • BELGIUM TO WIN@ 1.23
  • DRAW@ 6.36

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