Belgium vs Czech Republic Betting Tip Home Win & BTTS – 5 September 2021

Another comfortable win for Red Devils

Albert Sambi / Belgium ©IMAGO / Belga 04.09.2021

Belgium vs Czech Republic
5th September 1945hrs
Football – International – 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier
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Odds: 12/5 odds taken 1022 GMT, Saturday 4 September

The current top two in 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying Group E go head-to-head this Sunday as Belgium host Czech Republic. The Belgians will put one foot in next year’s World Cup in Qatar with victory at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels. As you would expect, Roberto Martinez’s troops are the clear favourites with the bookies. Will Belgium move on to 13 qualifying points? Check out the best betting odds and predictions.

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Belgium Preview – Another easy win for the Belgians?

Belgium have been very solid in World Cup qualifying so far, collecting ten points from a possible 12. Along the way, the Red Devils have scored a sensational 17 goals and let in just four. They are seven points clear of third-place Wales, though the Dragons have two games in hand.

Roberto Martinez’s men started their campaign with a 3-1 home win over the Welsh but were held to a 1-1 draw by Czech Republic in game two. Nevertheless, Belgium were back to their blistering best on matchday three, thumping Belarus 8-0 at Den Dreef. In midweek, the Belgians beat Estonia 5-2 in Tallinn to move on to ten points.

Our betting prediction:
Both teams to score

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(odds taken 1025 GMT, Saturday 4 September)

Belgium will be on the search for another routine qualifying win at the weekend. The Red Devils are the red-hot favourites, with the bookies pricing the home victory at just 2/5.

Czech Republic Preview – Can the Czechs halt Belgium again?

Czech Republic are in a decent position after four matches played, sitting in second with seven points to their name. Still, the next two fixtures could define their qualifying campaign, as they host Wales in October after Sunday’s game.

The Czechs opened up with a comfortable 6-2 away win in Estonia. However, after holding Belgium to a draw in Prague in game two, Jaroslav Silhavy’s men were narrowly beaten by Wales at the Cardiff City Stadium, which could turn out to be a crucial result.

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Czech Republic will be fully aware of Belgium’s world-class qualities, but they will take confidence from the 1-1 draw back in March. Can they stop Martinez’s men in their tracks this Sunday?


Belgium vs Czech Republic Betting Advice

Czech Republic took a shock 50th-minute lead in the reverse fixture in Prague back in March, with Lukas Provod opening the scoring. However, new Chelsea man Romelu Lukaku levelled for the Belgians ten minutes later. Belgium dominated possession, but the hosts had more shots on goal – the 1-1 stalemate was a fair result.

These two met in a friendly back in June 2017. It was another close affair, but the Belgians edged it 2-1 thanks to goals from Michy Batshuayi and Marouane Fellaini.


Key Facts – Belgium vs Czech Republic Betting Tip

  • The reverse fixture in Prague ended 1-1
  • Belgium have scored 17 goals in four qualifiers
  • The pair are the current top two in Group E


Belgium will take a giant leap towards Qatar with a win on their own patch on Sunday. The Czechs, who reached the quarter-finals of UEFA Euro 2020, will have a go, but our money is going on the Belgium win and both teams to score at 12/5.

Romelu Lukaku is the group’s top scorer with four goals. The Chelsea striker has netted three goals in three games for club and country this season. Lukaku is the 13/5 favourite to open the scoring in this one.


The best betting odds for Belgium vs Czech Republic

Belgium to win: 2/5 at Bet365
Draw: 15/4 at Bet365
Czech Republic to win: 6/1 at Bet365