Belgium vs Czech Republic Betting Tips

Belgium will host the Czech Republic at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on 6th September 2021 at 00:15 IST. Belgium will be looking to build on the good start that they have got in the qualifiers so far. While the Czechs will be looking to at least seal the second spot for themselves.

Belgium Form & Team News

Belgium are coming off a poor European Championship as they were knocked out of the quarterfinals despite being one of the favorites to win the title. They won all of their group stage matches and then went on to beat Portugal in the pre quarterfinals. Then they unfortunately lost to the eventual champions Italy. In the current World Cup qualifiers, they have won two matches and drawn one match. They have beaten Wales and Belarus and drew against the Czechs.

Romelu Lukaku was the team’s top scorer in the European Championship with four goals out of the nine goals that Belgium had scored. Also, he along with Trossard and Vanaken have netted two goals each in the qualifiers. They will miss the services of their ace midfielder Kevin de Bruyne, Thorgan Hazard and the rising youngster Jeremy Doku. So, much of the responsibilities will be on the winger Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku and Alex Witsel. Belgium might field their strongest XI against the Czechs so as to seal the top spot.

Czech Republic Form & Team News

The Czechs have played like a team and above their standards in the European Champions as they made it to the quarterfinals, where they lost to Denmark in a close game. In the group stages, they had won one match, drawn one match and lost one match. Then they went on to stage the second-biggest upset of the tournament by defeating the Netherlands. Similar to the European Championship, the Czech Republic have tasted all three results in the World Cup qualifiers as well. The Czechs will try not to dent their goal difference in this match so as to finish in second place.

The West Ham midfielder Tomas Soucek is the team’s leading goal scorer with three goals to his name. They have a lot of expectations from their star striker Patrik Schick. He has scored just one goal in the qualifiers but he had a brilliant European Championship where he scored five goals and also scored one of the goals of the season against Scotland. But unfortunately, Schick will miss the match against Belgium as he is still serving his red card ban. The Czechs might not make any changes to the side and field the same XI. 

Odds By Casumo

Belgium are the favorites to win the match according to the Casumo sportsbook and are placed at 1.35 odds. While the underdogs Czech Republic are placed at 8.00 and the draw is at 4.90.

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Tipster’s Angle

Unlike the previous head to head matches, this could be a high scoring one with both teams scoring goals as well. Despite the Czechs doing really well in the past year but Belgium have been playing the best football in the past three years and are more likely to come out on top.

Tip 1: Belgium To Win

Belgium have played against the Czechs on four occasions and two of them were played recently, where Belgium has won one match and the other match ended in a draw. Belgium have won seven matches, drawn two and lost just one match in the last ten matches that they have played across competitions. In the last ten matches that the Czechs have played across competitions, they have won just four matches, drawn two matches and lost as many as four matches. Both these teams made it to the quarterfinals of the European Championship and would want to make an impact here in the World Cup qualifiers. By considering these facts, it is likely that Belgium will win the match at 1.35 odds available at the Casumo sportsbook.

Tip 2: Both Teams To Score

Belgium have been destroying opponents in the last few matches as they have scored at least a goal in the last ten matches that they have played across competitions. And both teams scored in five of the last ten matches that Belgium had played recently. While their counterparts have scored in seven of the last ten matches that they have played while having both teams scoring in five of those matches. The head to head matches have shown a similar pattern as well, as both teams have scored in three of the last four head to head matches played against each other. So it is very likely that both teams will score at least a goal at 2.10 odds available at the Casumo sportsbook.


With that being said, Belgium are the number one side in the FIFA rankings and hasn’t won a sing major trophy recently. So this is their chance to change their fate and make it to the World Cup with ease. Summarizing a couple of bets mentioned above:

  1. Belgium To Win @ 1.35
  2. Both Teams To Score @ 2.10

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