Belgium vs France, Semi-Final Match; Betting Tips and Prediction

Belgium vs France; The Semifinal match of UEFA will be healed between Fearsome Belgium, and attacking France and who is going to hit the rock.

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Betting odds and Tips for Belgium vs France

Belgium an odd of 2.91(bet ₹100 and win ₹291 if Belgium wins). Bet Now.

If this match Draws then odd is 3.13 (bet ₹100 and win ₹313 if draws). Bet Now.

France has an odd of 2.58 (bet ₹100 and wins ₹258 if France wins). Bet Now.

More Odds & Betting Tips 

If you place a bet for a total score of goals over 2.5, odds are 2.27(₹100 bet will return ₹227).  Bet Now.

If you place a bet for a total score of goals under 2.5, odds are 1.64. (₹100 bet will return ₹164). Bet Now.

Place a Bet If Home team Belgium beat the first goal then it has odds of 2.14 (₹100 bet will return ₹215). 

Place a Bet If France beat the first goal then it has an odds of 1.99 (₹100 bet will return 199). 

Match Details- 

Belgium vs France

Date: 8th October 2021

Time: 12:15 AM (IST)

Venue: Allianz Stadium in Turin.

Squad Comparison


Roberto Martinez’s side qualified for the second edition of the Nations League finals by defeating England, Denmark, and Iceland, while France advanced from a group that included defending champions Portugal, Sweden, and Croatia. Belgium’s Euro 2020 team is without forwards Dries Mertens and Jeremy Doku, as well as defender Thomas Vermaelen, but the rest of the old guard returns for boss Roberto Martinez. Eden Hazard has yet to play 90 minutes for Real Madrid this season, although he has appeared in their past five games while he works on his health.

Martinez has made several alterations to the team he selected last month. However, the Belgium head coach has not left out any significant names from the current squad he has put up, with periphery players such as Christian Benteke and Dennis Praet being included, but Dries Mertens has been left out. Belgium will continue to play in their traditional 3-4-2-1 shape, with Thibaut Courtois in goal. Toby Alderweireld, DedryckBoyata, and Jan Vertonghem should take their respective places in front of him in the three-man Centre defensive unit.

Belgium Probable Lineup 

Courtois; Alderweireld, Denayer, Witsel, Tielemans, Carrasco; De Bruyne, E. Hazard; Lukaku, Vertonghen; Castagne


Didier Deschamps’ team lost points to Ukraine and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the last round of World Cup qualifiers, while Belgium strolled to huge wins over Estonia, Belarus, and the Czech Republic. Due to N’GoloKante’s positive Covid-19 test, France will be missing the Chelsea midfielder, and Deschamps has three fresh faces in AurelienTchouameni, Jordan Veretout, and former Arsenal midfielder Matteo Guendouzi as viable alternatives to start with Paul Pogba and Adrien Rabiot. Karim Benzema, who has been in superb goal-scoring form for Real Madrid this season, has been retained in the team. CorentinTolisso and Thomas Lemar were left off the list.

Karim Benzema is the only player in Europe right now who is a step ahead of almost everyone else. Real Madrid’s talisman has been directly involved in 16 goals, scoring nine and assisting on seven others. Given that no other attacker was involved nearly as frequently, Benzema now has to adapt those exploits on a global scale. In recent years, France has been guilty of being excessively kind, and they have lacked ruthlessness in the last third. To do so, they may not have a better player than Benzema, who just can’t seem to stop scoring or assisting goals at the moment.

France Probable Lineup

Lloris; Pavard, L. Hernandez; Rabiot, Pogba, Tchouameni; Griezmann, Benzema, Mbappe, Varane, Kimpembe

Match prediction Belgium vs France

The last time France met Belgium, they won, but a lot seems to have changed since then. Les Bleus are no longer an omnipotent force capable of swatting away any foe. While Belgium tends to collapse at key stages of major events, they look to be in the stronger form as a group. With that in mind, it looks as though the scales are tipped in the Red Devils’ favour as the game goes, with France may be unable to gain anything out of it. As a result, The Hard Tackle forecasts a 2-0 victory for Roberto Martinez’s side to go to the UEFA Nations League final.

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