Belgium – Japan World Cup Tips 2/07/2018

Belgium – Japan World Cup Tips

Belgium’s national team finished first in Group H with 9 points after defeating Panama (3-0), Tunisia (5-2) and England (1-0). The Europeans had a perfect run in Group H, where they won all the matches, being the team with the most goals scored, 9. “Les Diables Rouges” have earned their nickname in this final tournament, where they have won on the line. The Spanish selector Roberto Martínez has a lot of super-players and will certainly try to overcome the performance of the generation of Jean-Marie Pfaff, Eric Gerets, Georges Grün, Leo Clijsters, Franky Van Der Elst, Franky Vercauteren, Jan Ceulemans, Leo Van Der Elst , Enzo Scifo or Erwin Vandenbergh, who finished fourth at CM 1986 in Mexico.

Japan’s representation qualified in the finals of the World Championship final 2018, having ranked second in Group H with 4 points. The Japanese won with Colombia (2-1), finishing with Senegal (2-2) and losing to Poland (0-1). They had the same ranking as Senegal, but it turned into optims because it had fewer yellow cards than Africans. Akira Nishino was in a soft limbo because he came up with Vahid Halilhodžić’s tough shot down the right, but he was able to finish the move. Until CM 2018, “Samurai Blue” had only two qualifications in optimi in 2002 and 2010, while in 1998, 2006 and 2014 they did not pass the group stage. The Nipponians have very little chance of going through Belgium and getting the best performance in history, but no one with Columbia gave them any chance, but they have won.

Tips Belgium – Japan

The winner will play on July 6 in Kazan with Brazil or Mexico. Belgium – Japan seems the most unbalanced match in the finals, because the difference in value is net in favor of Europeans. “Les Diables Rouges” impressed in the group matches, where they scored nine goals and scored 9 points, while “Samurai Blue” also managed two good games, defeating Colombia. Selection Roberto Martínez had two medical players, the far left Eden Hazard and striker Romelu Lukaku, but were recovered, being announced in the first eleven. Selector Akira Nishino has all the players available, with the exception of striker Shinji Okazaki, who has muscle problems, being uncertain. There will be a one-way match to Eiji Kawashima’s gate. The Belgians are in great shape and I expect to win the match with the Japanese and to qualify in the quarter-finals.

Prediction of the Day: Win Belgium
Odds: 1.40