BEL vs SCO Dream11 : Enigmatic Belgium look to further their unbeaten record today when they take on a dwindling Scotland side
Packed with specialist and worldclass performers, for Belgium, it took till last year to finally stamp their authority on the footballing arena. The third placed finish the side earned at the World Cup was a testament to the immense quality brimming in their side, a much needed certification to prove that this outfit is capable of huge things when doling out their most ravishing brand of football.
And ever since then, the side have ensured that they have only gone onto build on the foundation accorded to them by dominating proceedings in Group I of the UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Round. Sitting pretty in the echelons of the group, the side have crafted their way to first place by imbedding in pinch perfect performances, using their incredible attacking might to pile on the goals.
Their foregone 4-0 trouncing of San Marino was a result which perfectly manifested the side’s tenacity, a performance they’ll be looking to be emanate today as well when they take on Scotland. With two defeats on the bounce, things are unravelling for Scotland in their quest of making it to the next round with the side slumping down to fourth place, in dire need of a win to stem their inclement form at the moment.
They were defeated by Russia last week, a 2-1 defeat which further piled on the misery on their campaign. And up against a ruthless and unquenchable Belgium side at the moment, things look far from getting any better for them in their final match of this round of the qualifiers.
BEL vs SCO Match Prediction
This match should be as easy as they come for Belgium. The side are way too superior than Scotland, an outfit which will be looking to further extend its supremacy in the world of football by putting in yet another pristine display. And with Scotland offering next to little in defence, envisage Belgium to manoeuvre their way to a bagful of goals today and leave their opponents in disarray.
Probable Playing 11
- Kieran Tierney will be unavailable for Scotland today as well with the defender unavailable for this round due to a recent surgery procedure.
- Grant Hanley and Liam Palmer will miss this match as well for the side after withdrawing before the side’s bygone clash Russia.
- Eden Hazard continues to recover from an injury issue which keeps him sidelined for this round of the qualifiers for Belgium.
Marshall (GK), O’Donnell, Cooper, Mulgrew, Robertson, McGregor, McTominay, Christie, Forrest, McGinn, McBurnie
Courtois (GK), Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Denayer, Meunier, De Bruyne, Chadli, Tielemans, Carrasco, Mertens, Batshuayi
UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying
Match: Scotland Vs Belgium Group I
Date And Time: 10th September, Tuesday- 12:15am IST
Venue: Hampden Park, Glasgow
Where To Watch: Sony Ten 2/HD
- Marshall, Mulgrew, McGinn, McBurnie
- Denayer, De Bruyne, Praet, Batshuayi
BEL vs SCO Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Scotland’s David Marshall comes into our side for today’s encounter. With Belgium unforgiving when it comes to hammering inferior defences, the shot stopper will face an absolute onslaught, one which will see him come up with the proposition of adding some neat save points to our Dream 11 outfit today.
BEL vs SCO Dream11 Defenders
Playing three CBs and pairing them up with the two wingbacks, makes Thomas Meunier a good player to get in from Belgium over here. The defender will find himself in Scotland’s side of the park for the majority of this encounter with Belgium’s making adequately use of their wingbacks to canter down the pitch and provide ample support to the wide attacking players.
CBs Jason Denayer and Jan Vertonghen come in from the side as well while from the opposition we are going in with leftback Andrew Robertson for this match.
BEL vs SCO Dream11 Midfielders
We’ll be beginning this segment with the selection of Kevin de Bruyne from Belgium with the midfielders bound to get atleast a goal or assist in this match. He’s put on some good performances for Manchester City in the Premier League recently and given the paper thin defence of Scotland, he should manage to add to his side’s score today as well.
Youri Tielemans comes into our side as well from Belgium while the lone selection from Scotland see us go in with John McGinn after he scored for the side against Russia.
BEL vs SCO Dream11 Strikers
The side’s top scorer in the previous match, Mitchy Batshuayi got two goals, a narrative which should see him be in the side’s playing 11 today as well. He comes in from Belgium in this facet along with Dries Mertens, two players who’ll be the focal point of their side’s attack from today while Oliver McBurnie completes our picks for today’s match.
Captain And Vice-Captain
We have decided to make Batshuayi our captain for this one while KDB is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.