Both Belgium and France have a squad with many pillars at the maturity of talent. Moreover, although both did not successfully compete at EURO 2020, they are still ranked first and fourth respectively on the FIFA rankings in September 2021 . With Belgium, they won 3 matches in a row in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Europe and scored an average of 3 goals per game (conceded 2 times).
As for the French national team, the personnel disturbances due to the injuries of the pillars as well as the competitive spirit affected by EURO 2020 made Les Bleus not achieve the desired results (2 draws, 1 win). More than ever, teachers and coaches Didier Deschamps aspire to defeat the world’s No. 1 team, a rival with many debts to Belgium to go straight to the UEFA Nations League final 2020/21, and at the same time affirm the bravery of the world champion. world and the shock of EURO 2020 has stayed behind.
Before this heroic battle, Belgium coach Roberto Martinez will have the strongest squad, with the form of many pillars such as Thibaut Courtois, Timothy Castagne, Jan Vertonghen, Kevin De Bruyne, Youri Tielemans or Eden Hazard. In addition, the number 1 striker of the Red Devils Romelu Lukaku is also having an impressive new season with 7 goals and 1 assist in all competitions (both national team and club).