Belgium vs Switzerland
International – Friendly
Date: Wednesday, 11 November 2020
Kick-off at 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET
Venue: King Power Stadion.
Les Diables Rouges are currently ranked first in the world, and with enough reasons as well. They have been performing at a very high and consistent level for the past few years, and they also have assembled one of the best groups of young talents in the whole footballing world.
They also had cruised to the top of Group I in the recently concluded Euro Qualifiers with a perfect record of ten wins from ten games, and in the process scored a total of 40 goals. And keep note that all through the campaign they conceded merely three goals.
Meanwhile, Nati have not been that hot lately. They are placed dead last in Group A4 in the Nations League as of now, and are still searching for their first win despite the tournament having completed four match-days.
On top of that, Roberto Martinez’s men also have a great h2h record against this opponent over the years.
Considering these factors, expect a winning performance from Belgium at the King Power Stadion.
Belgium vs Switzerland: Head-to-head (h2h)
- Les Diables Rouges had recorded three of the preceding four overall wins.
- They had scored two or more goals in the former four fixtures.
- In the last 37-year-period, they have lost just once against this rival.
- They have a 100% unbeaten record at home, and a 100% winning record in such games since 1983.
Belgium vs Switzerland: Prediction
Martinez’s men had won 13 of their preceding 15 overall games, and had scored an impressive 51 goals during this stretch.
They are also unbeaten at home in over 25 appearances, and had scored an unimaginable 30 goals from just their last seven such match-ups. It also deserves to be mentioned that they last lost at home back in 2016.
On the other hand, their counterparts are on a five-fixture winless run, and had conceded two or more goals in three of these matches. In fact, their last win had come against the struggling Gibraltar, and that too in November of 2019.
Do also remember that they had a total of just four wins away from home in their past 15 attempts. And on top of all that, they also do have an inferior h2h record against this rival over the past several decades, and particularly so on the road.
Likely, expect the first-ranked, in-form Belgium to secure a convincing win over this struggling opponent.
Belgium vs Switzerland: Betting Tips
To Win: Belgium @ 1.70 (7/10)
Over 1.5 Team Goals by Belgium @ 1.75 (3/4).