Belgium have struggled so far and will take on 2018 finalists Croatia in their final Group F match of the tournament.
Croatia struggled to find their feet in their opening Group F match, however, they sprung to life against Canada on Sunday afternoon and produced a scintillating attacking performance. Although Luka Modric has been kept relatively quiet, the likes of Andrej Kramaric and Mateo Kovacic have shone and stepped up. Zlatko Dalic’s side may be ageing, but they have ample experience at major tournaments and that should help to see them through to the round of 16.
Belgium have looked extremely limited so far and their performances have been languid and uninspiring. Roberto Martinez’s deployment of Kevin de Bruyne has stifled his creativity whereas the reliance on Michy Batshuayi isn’t going to yield regular goals. They were lucky to take all three points against Canada, however, they were deservedly second best against Morocco.
Despite their stuttering performances, Belgium remain favourites for this contest at 31/20. Croatia, who reached the final of the 2018 World Cup can be backed at 17/10 to take all three points and secure their qualification.