Belgium vs Croatia Predictions & Tips

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Sunday, 06 Jun 2021 19:45




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Saturday evening being 31st July; Belgium plays against Croatia on Friendly Internationals clash.

Our expert tipsters analyse h2h statistics, forms and other trends to give you the best bets and possible Belgium vs Croatia predictions

Belgium vs Croatia Match Analysis

Belgium vs Croatia Prediction

After a thorough analysis of stats, recent form and H2H through Bettingsuretips's algorithm, as well as, tipsters advice for the match Belgium vs Croatia this is our Prediction:

Belgium for the Winner of the match, with a probability of 57%

Yes for Both Teams to Score, with a percentage of 58%.

For Total Goals, we predict Over 2.5, that have a probability of 57%

Our Prediction Verdict

Best Bet: Belgium to win or draw @1.20
Correct Score Tip: 2:1 (Correct Score) @11.09
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Match Odds

Home win: 1.73

Away win: 4.63

Draw: 3.63

Over 2.5 goals: 1.78

Under 2.5 goals: 2.00

Reason For Belgium vs Croatia Betting Tips

Key points Belgium - Croatia

  • Belgium have won 18 of their 22 matches in the last two years and are ranked number one by Fifa.
  • Croatia have lost four of their last six away games.
  • Croatia have conceded a total of 15 goals in their last six games on the road.

Conclusion Belgium - Croatia

Croatia struggling to function without super Mario

Belgium slipped up in midweek when they were unable to see off Greece in Brussels in an uncharacteristically soporific display.

The Red Devils recorded only two shots on target in the entire 90 minutes and were undine by a second-half set-piece for Greece’s deserved equaliser.

Their only chance to put things right before the Euros comes against a Croatia side that look a shadow of the team that made it to the final of the last major tournament.

Zlatko Dalic has struggled to replace the strength and guile of Mario Mandzukic in his line-up, although while he still has Luka Modric there is at least hope.

Mandzukic’s retirement has exposed a serious lack of potency in attack with all but one of Croatia’s goals in their past five matches have been scored by midfielders.

A 1-1 home draw against Armenia on Tuesday was a case in point as both Josip Brekalo and Andrej Kramaric floundered against a team ranked 90th in the world.

Belgium should have plenty in the tank after their midweek slumber and we’ll take them to run out comfortable winners against a Croatia side trending downwards with only four wins in their last 12 games.

Roberto Martinez’s side have been trustworthy enough on home soil to take on the double result front as Belgium have led at half-time in four of their last five games, going on to win three.

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