Match Preview: Belgium 3-0 Scotland Prediction and Betting Tips 11.06.2019

Belgium – Scotland Predictions

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Belgium 3-0 Scotland

Date: 11.06.2019 | Match at: 19:45 | League: EURO – Qualification:: group I | Tip: Over 2.5 Goals | Odds: 1.56 | Bookie: 1xbet


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A fully-expected 3-0 win over Kazakhstan on Saturday evening made it ‘P3, W3’ in this set of ongoing Euro 2020 qualifiers (ECQ). All of Belgium’s victories in the ECQs so far have yielded a winning margin of multiple goals, with the ‘Red Devils’ scoring exactly twice in the first half each time.
Just as impressive is the speed in which Belgium have asserted dominance in this ECQ campaign. The #1 ranked FIFA nation has opened the scoring inside the first 15 minutes of play in all of their ECQs to date, last dropping points after scoring first in an ECQ fixture back in September 2011.
Scotland will likely continue their habit of alternating between defeat and victory in competitive away matches since October 2018 (W2, L2). Three of those matches (including the two wins) saw Scotland open the scoring in the first half, doing so twice from the penalty spot.
However, the Scots are (going back to Oct 2007) winless in nine ECQ away matches against teams not drawn from the lowest pot (D3, L6). Furthermore, going back to September 2003, Scotland’s away record in ECQ matches against teams drawn from the highest pot stands at: W1, L3.
Players to watchDries Mertens has opened the scoring for Belgium in two of his nation’s last three ECQ home matches.
Oliver Burke spared Scotland’s blushes with an 89th minute strike against lowly Cyprus (for a 2-1 win) in his last ECQ game.
Stat attack: Belgium have won ‘to-nil’ in at least one half in seven of their last eight wins across all competitions (excluding friendlies).
All of Scotland’s last four ECQ defeats away to top-seeded opponents have seen them concede in the opening 30 minutes.
They have also lost the first half ‘to-nil’ in five of their last six ECQ away trips against teams not drawn from the lowest pot.