Belgium vs. Greece Match Preview: Live streaming details, team news, expected line-ups, free betting tips & prediction

03 Jun 2021
16:15
Belgium vs. Greece Match Preview: Live streaming details, team news, expected line-ups, free betting tips & prediction

Belgium will be hoping to continue their fine run of form with a win against Greece ahead of their opening Euro 2020 game against Russia on June 12th. Despite missing out on the Euros, Greece is a formidable opponent who will fancy their chances against Belgium in Brussels.

Greece Euro 2020 qualification campaign ended in disappointment mainly due to poor form in their first seven qualifiers, where they lost four games. However, they have improved their performance since the resumption of football in 2020, where they have won 5 out of 10 games over the period.

The last time both teams locked horns was in a FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifier where Belgium edged out a narrow 2-1 victory.

How to watch Belgium vs. Greece International Friendly Match

The friendly match between Belgium and Greece will be played at Stade Roi Baudouin in Brussels on Thursday 3rd June 2021 at 19:45 (UK). You can stream the Belgium vs. Greece match live on Bet365. 

You can watch all European Friendly matches and Euro 2020 Championship games live on the Bet365 website. You can visit the official bookmaker website and log in on the main page before selecting the match you are interested in watching.

If you have not yet registered at Bet365 — the process is simple and straightforward. The site is adapted for all devices, including smartphones and tablets. Once you are done with registration, you will have access to live soccer match broadcasts and other sports.

Free Online Live Streaming at Bet365

Key Stats

  • Belgium International Friendlies form:
  • W W W D D W
  • Belgium form (all competitions):
  • W W W W D W
  • Greece International Friendlies form:
  • W L L L W W
  • Greece form (all competitions):
  • W W D D W D

Team News and Probable Lineups

Belgium will be without Kevin de Bruyne who suffered facial fractures in Manchester City’s UEFA Champions League Final defeat against Chelsea. It has also been confirmed that Eden Hazard, Thomas Vermaelen, and Jan Vertonghen will not be available for the game against Greece.

John van’t Schip has made some alterations to the squad that he picked out during the last international break, with Kostas Fortounis and Giorgos Giakoumakis missing out. On-loan Arsenal defender Konstantinos Mavropanos has been given a call-up for his fine form and will partner with Kyriakos Papadopoulos at the heart of Greece’s defense.

Greece has been a historically difficult team for Belgium. Belgium are also looking to gain momentum ahead of their opening Euro 2020 Championship opening fixture against Russia, making this an interesting match.

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