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On Saturday afternoon at 13 pm, the third match in Group G will take place at the FIFA World Cup 2018: in the Otkrytije Arena in Moscow, a duel between Belgium and Tunisia will take place. The not-so-secret secret favorite Belgium was able to celebrate a good start to the 2018 World Cup in its opening match after a 45-minute start-up period, unlike the favorites for the title, such as Argentina, Germany and Brazil. The compulsory task was won 3: 0 against World Cup novice Panama. The Tunisians met in their first game on the English. Until the 91st minute the North Africans could hold a happy 1: 1 against the big favorites. But Harry Kane then provided for his second goal of the day for the opening defeat of the “Eagles of Carthage”. Now Tunisia is already under great pressure. In a defeat against Belgium, the World Cup is already over. There are plenty of bets and odds for the 2018 World Cup match Belgium vs. Tunisia. As part of this analysis, the betting base is looking for promising odds among bookmakers to provide an attractive tip for the match between Belgium and Tunisia.
Against Panama, the “Red Devils” played the game and waited patiently for gaps. With a lot of possession they put the opponent more and more under pressure. But despite 8: 2 shots, 63 percent possession of the ball and 67 percent won duels in favor of the “Red Devils” went scoreless in the break. In the second round of the Belgian offensive engine came then with three worth seeing goals, two of them exemplary played, really up and running. In the end, Belgium presented itself as a team that can go a long way in this final round. For almost two years and 20 international matches, the Red Devils are already unbeaten. The last defeat was in early September 2016 0-2 in a friendly against Spain. The disappointments of the 2014 World Cup and the European Championship 2016 have been processed. For both the 2014 World Cup and the EURO 2016, Belgium finished in the quarter-finals.
Especially in France, the Belgians disappointed tactically and playfully, whereupon the otherwise popular national coach Marc Wilmots was fired. His successor is the Spaniard Roberto Martinez. He lets Belgium play in a variable 3-4-2-1 or 3-4-3 system, with the three-way chain expanding into a five-string when the opponent has possession of the ball. With 28 out of 30 possible points in Group H, Belgium became the first World Cup participant in Europe to host Russia. Can the current Belgian national team put the country’s biggest success? Or even outbid? At the 1986 World Cup, Belgium reached the semi-finals. In 1980 they became vice-European champion. Chief in midfield is Eden Hazard. Ever since he was named coach of the game by coach Roberto Martinez, the Chelsea man is thriving. A strong performance against Panama was also provided by Romelu Lukaku, the Belgian club’s top scorer. Vincent Kompany and Thomas Vermaelen are still missing due to injury.
Tunisia national coach Nabil Maaloul sent his team against England in a 4-2-3-1 in the race. Despite many chances of the “Three Lions” it went with a flattering for the North Africans 1: 1 in the break. In the second half, England was a bit heavier, but that was also because the Eagles defended phased with six men in the last row. With a goal shot ratio of 6:18 against Tunisia the victory for the British in the end was earned. In the World Cup qualification of the Confédération Africaine de Football (CAF) Tunisia had ran from the second round. In the first round, the Eagles defeated Mauretania 4-2. After that, in Group A against the Congo, Libya and Guinea for the direct ticket for Russia.
In the end, Tunisia landed with four wins and two draws at a goal difference of 11: 4 in the first place of the group, one point ahead of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Tunisians have been waiting for victory for four international matches. At least there was a 2: 2 against Portugal and Turkey. Then followed in the last test match before the World Cup a 0-1 defeat against Spain. Goalkeeper Mouez Hassen has already run the World Cup because of an injury to his left shoulder. Substitute keeper Farouk Ben Mustapha is likely to represent him in the two group matches. Tunisia missed the last two finals in Brazil and South Africa. At the World Championships in Germany (2006), South Korea / Japan (2002) and France (1998), the Eagles could win a single game. The last victory in a World Cup thus comes from the final round in 1978 in Argentina.
Belgium vs Tunisia head to head matches
07.06.14 FI Belgium Tunisia 1 : 0
10.06.02 WC Tunisia Belgium 1 : 1