Belgium 🇧🇪 vs Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Ownership of the best players in history with high class players who are at the peak of their careers such as De Bruyne, Lukaku, Kompany, Witsel or Eden Hazard Belgium are the best teams in the world. room on the world football map. Therefore, it is not surprising that Belgium demonstrates the overwhelming strength of the rest of Euro 2020 Group I qualifiers. In this group, Scotland and Russia are strong enough to be considered counterweight of Belgium, and Sip, Kazakhstan or San Marino are too weak compared to a star-studded squad of the Reds. 
The whole team won the first three matches, Belgium won 9 points and were at the top with a 3-point gap against the second Russian team. In these 3 games, Roberto Martinez's students have scored a total of 7 goals and only conceded once. The last three wins have lifted Belgium's total number of victories in the last 10 matches to 8, the rest are 1 draw and 1 loss. At their home, the power of the Red Devils is even more terrible when they win 11 and only to draw 2 in 13 times to welcome guests at home. 
The other side, Scotland is temporarily 3rd with 2 wins and 1 draw after 3 matches played. However, their performances are not very convincing, instead this achievement bears the mark of luck. In the first round of the match, Scotland lost 3
goals against the much weaker team, Kazakhstan, and then they won against 2 weak rivals San Marino and Cyprus but with only modest ratios of 2-0 and 2- first. In terms of scores, Scotland is not at all in the race for a ticket to go on, but technically, it's hard to say they didn't disappoint fans.
Belgium will be a huge challenge for Scotland in the fourth game. Scotland play very badly when away from home, they lost to 4/6 nearest away matches. Therefore, the trip to Belgium's field becomes more and more arduous when the home team is an extremely uncomfortable opponent for Scottish players. In the past, Scotland have lost all of the last four matches against Belgium, even conceding 10 times without scoring any goals. Clearly, Scotland is currently a far cry from Belgium in every way.

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