France – Belgium World Cup Prediction 10 July 2018

World Cup Prediction France – Belgium

In the first of the two semi-finals scheduled at the World Cup of Russia, France’s Didier Deschamps challenge Belgium coached by Roberto Martinez. It is almost a derby between two rival rivals that are often a source of mockery in the popular imagination. It is played at the Stadium of St. Petersburg where the two teams arrive after eliminating respectively Uruguay and Brazil in the quarterfinals: the Galletti won 2-0 thanks to the goals of Raphael Varane and Antonine Griezmann, while the Red Devils are they are imposed for 2-1 on Brazil thanks to the autogam of Fernandinho and to the network of Kevin De Bruyne. France will return Matuidi who had missed the quarter-final by disqualification, while Belgium will lose Thomas Meunier, in distrust before the quarter-final and cautioned during the race.

The key points of the prediction France – Belgium

In the last 3 direct comparisons, Belgium has never lost.

Belgium is unbeaten in 24 consecutive games between World Cup qualifiers, World Cup finals and friendly matches.

Belgium has won the last 7 games played.
France is unbeaten in 9 consecutive matches between friendly matches and the World Cup final phase.

Prediction France – Belgium

High odds for the final three outcomes. We rely on the statistics that see a Belgium in a positive series from 1 September 2016 (defeat in a friendly with Spain for 0-2) and we bet on the X2 in the 90 minutes in favor of the Red Devils of Roberto Martinez.

Prediction Today: Pareggio or Belgium wins the game
Odds: 1.53