Belgium are currently the highest ranked team in Europe and are second overall just behind Argentina. The FIFA rankings gets its fair share of criticism and rightly so, but the fact of the matter is Belgium are a very good side, with some world class players making up the spine of their team. Their ranking does not reflect the money right now, so you can take advantage of some big prices for Euro 206. Belgium have impressed during qualifying, playing some very nice football and showing a real togetherness.
Their defense is really strong with Jan Vertonghen and Vincent Kompany as their preferred centerbacks. Kompany, though, will miss the tournament due to injury. Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld is ready to step in and is a more-than-competent replacement. Belgium has arguably the best keepr in the game, Thibaut Courtois, who will be tough to beat.
Belgium is gifted and talented all over the park. Players like Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Radja Nainggoalan all have fantastic careers ahead of them, even if Hazard had his worst season to date with Chelsea in 2015.
Belgium Soccer Team Betting Lines Today
Below you will find out who Belgium plays in their next game. It will also show the current moneyline and spread betting lines so you have all you need to make your wager.
All of Belgium's forthcoming games can be found below. Again, the schedule is complete with useful stats and betting lines to aid in your predictions.
Belgium Soccer Team Standings Right Now
Belgium's standings can be found below. The standings are a great way to show recent form as well as help you select over/under bets. Make an informed betting decision well in advance.
How To Win At Belgium Soccer Team Betting
Group E has been labeled the group of death and it's easy to see why. Belgium have found themselves in a group alongside Sweeden, Republic of Ireland and European giants, Italy.
The number one tip for betting on Belgium in Euro 2016 is not to act too fast. The Belgians have been riddled with injury all season. Their biggest names are arguably Manchester City duo Vincent Kompany and Kevin De Bruyne, both of whom have been out for a good chunk of their respective seasons.
Eden Hazard was very poor for Chelsea in 2015, but is world class and class, as they say, is permanent. If he reaches his potential, he could be one of the stars of the tournament.
Hazard had hip problems this season and Kompany's CB partner Vertonghen spent the majority of the regular season sidelined due to knee ligament damage. Therefore, the key is to know who is, and isn't, starting for Belgium.
This kills the futures play. Belgium aren't a lock to go far in the tournament, even if their team remains healthy.
Belgium have an abundance of creative players, even with a few injuries they will can score goals all over the pitch.
Belgian and neutral fans will be hoping that manager Walmots finally see's sense and backs in-form striker Romelu Lukaku. He has never been favored by the manager despite his talent. He was relentless for a dire Everton side during the 2015 season and should be at the top of the food chain.
The group of death is going to be very tough to predict, but we can expect some goals. Look to play the overs market as often as possible. With players like Ibrahimovich, Lukaku, Hazard and Insigne on show, goals should not be in short supply.
Market leaders for group winner are Belgium at +115. This might be a god bet if the majority of players stay fit.
Belgium are capable of getting out of the group, but it is not a gimme. The knockout stages offer no easy games. The best-case scenario for the Belgians is a quarterfinal finish. They just don't have the experience or strength in depth required to advance further.
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