The Euro 2024 Qualifiers present a clash between Belgium and Estonia in Brussels. Belgium currently tops Group F in the qualifying campaign’s midway point and is poised to maintain their lead by facing Estonia. In this article, we provide you with Belgium vs Estonia match predictions and betting tips for this Euro 2024 qualifying fixture.
Belgium vs Estonia Predictions
- Ten of Belgium’s last 12 home victories in Euro qualifiers have seen four or more goals scored.
- Estonia has conceded eight goals across their last two qualifiers, indicating defensive vulnerabilities.
- Leandro Trossard, an Arsenal player, had three goal attempts against Azerbaijan and showed his goal-scoring potential.
Red Devils on a Roll
Belgium cannot afford to stumble against Estonia at home, especially with Austria closely trailing in Group F. This should serve as strong motivation for Belgium to dispatch the struggling Estonian team.
The Red Devils did not showcase their best form in their recent clash with Azerbaijan in Baku, with a fortunate goal from Yannick Carrasco securing them a narrow 1-0 victory. This result kept them ahead of Austria in the group standings on goal difference.
Under the guidance of coach Dominic Tedesco, Belgium has won four of their five games, marking a relatively smooth transition from Roberto Martinez. They are expected to maintain their momentum against Estonia.
Belgium previously defeated Estonia 3-0 in Tallinn in June, with Romelu Lukaku, the joint top-scorer in Euro 2024 qualifying, scoring twice.
While Lukaku is a favorite to find the net again in the reverse fixture, there is better value in supporting Leandro Trossard to score. Trossard had an impressive goal-scoring season last year and demonstrated his attacking prowess with three goal attempts against Azerbaijan, even hitting the post.
Estonia Unlikely to Pose a Threat
Estonia arrives in Belgium following a 5-0 home defeat to Sweden on Saturday, marking their fourth loss in their last five matches.
Their recent record against Belgium does not inspire confidence for a turnaround in Brussels. Estonia has lost the last five meetings between the two teams, conceding a total of 21 goals in the process.
Considering Belgium’s track record of scoring three or more goals in 12 of their last 16 European Championship qualifiers, betting on a convincing home win against struggling Estonia seems like a logical choice.