Belgium has finished on the top of group H making a way to the top 16 with a maximum of none points in the previous three matches. They have beat England on June 28th and keeping their two sheets clean so far. But the question still arises on their defense, and it will be hard for them to control over different teams. On the other hand, Japan is set to fight against Belgium, and it will be very interesting to watch both the teams fighting for glory.
Betting odds for the match
As expected heavily, this time Belgium has got into being favorites. It is predicted that Belgium can be backed at 2/5 with the overconfident lose. This time Japan seems to be real and punters will not be able to unreal fancied them. Well, they can still be backed at 31/4, and the draw is set on 37/10. It is going to be hard to predict the odds but still with some better tactics. You can make out some better money out of this match.
- Belgium is undefeated from 1 Sept. 2016.
- The team Belgium has netter over 15 times in the last five games in all the competitions played.
- Between these sides, Japan has won three of their last four meeting there.
- The last time both the team met in 2002 World Cup which was resulted in a draw with a score of 2-2.
- Japan doesn’t have a clean sheet over the previous four games. They have netter over three times in the last four.
- Japan has also managed to score their shots on the target against Poland.
- Romelu Lukaku is among the top most scorers in the competition, and it will be challenging to fight against him.
Japan feels like a tougher competition this time against Belgium but looking at the last time when they did not concede against Sweden feels the opposite. On the other hand, Belgium has put three past Panama, but still, they looked disjointed. The correct score available in the market is at 17/2 for Belgium 3-0, and it seems likely to be the outcome.
This clarifies that Belgium is the favorite this time, and it is better to bet on Belgium this time. Accordingly, the predicted team that will win this match is Belgium.