Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Belgium predictions and betting tips ahead of this World Cup Qualifier, kicking off at 5pm on Saturday, 7th October 2017. Read below to see our tipsters’ predictions for this match.
Belgium are already through to the World Cup, they were the first European side to earn a place. Despite that, they tend to finish strongly even after qualifying, so could they make life difficult for Bosnia? We’re starting our Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Belgium predictions with the best recommended bet.
While Belgium are through, Bosnia are battling with Greece for second place. Even Cyprus aren’t out of the running, which makes for an interesting couple of matches. The hosts will be pushing for maximum points here, but Belgium are a danger. The visitors have plenty of attacking talent, while the hosts have scored in 13 of their last 14 at home. We think each side will get a goal in this clash on Saturday, so both teams to score is the first of our Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Belgium predictions at 8/13 with Coral.
Belgium have a brilliant list of attacking options, which will be led by Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku. The striker has 11 goals in his last nine for club and country, and he should strike against this Bosnia defence. We’re backing Lukaku to find the net in our Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Belgium predictions. That bet seems really well priced at 6/4 with BetVictor, which looks like brilliant value given his form.
We’re backing Belgium to strike a blow to Bosnia’s play-off hopes here. The visitors have been brilliant in this group, and they crushed Bosnia 4-0 in the last meeting. They come in to this clash on the back of four straight wins, so we’re backing a 2-1 win for the away side in our Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Belgium predictions. That one can be backed at 9/1 with Betfred. They’ll be aiming to head in to the World Cup with form, while they’re still aiming to blend together their brilliant attacking options.
Belgium won 4-0 in their first meeting with Bosnia in this group, meaning they racked up a 7-1 aggregated victory in their last two encounters.
Belgium have eight forwards listed in their squad, including Chelsea’s Eden Hazard and his brother Thorgan. They’re without Christian Benteke for this clash, along with Roma’s Radja Nainggolan.