PREVIEW: BRAZIL – BELGIUM (WORLD CUP 2018, 06.07.2018)

It’s hard to believe that we’re already at the quarter-final stage in the World Cup! It has been ups and downs. We’ve witnessed favorites getting eliminated one by one so far, and some spectacular performances from the least expected teams. After all, it’s the World Cup and everything can happen in this tournament. But if you’re a bettor, which probably you’re if you’re reading this, you don’t like this “everything can happen” situation. But you need to be confident with your bet, for which we’re helping you here. It’s not the end of the road though because you need to get the best Asian bookmakers via agent if you don’t want to waste such a profitable bet.

Belgium may be our favorite team in the World Cup 2018. Why? Because of the team being very high-class and the football they have been displaying. They seem to be the most formed team in the World Cup. They competed with England, Tunisia, and Panama in Group G. It can be said that they were pretty lucky to be in this group. Roberto Martinez’s squad started out the World Cup with a 3-0 victory against Panama. In the second match of the group, they defeated Tunisia 5-2 and guaranteed to be off of the groups. We should specify that Lukaku had a big impact on this win. In the last match in which they faced England, they were able to get another three points with the single goal scored by Kevin De Bruyne. In this way, they finished the group as leaders with nine points in total. Especially Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku showed an enormous performance in the group stage. In three matches, they were able to score nine goals. However, they conceded only two goals. After the group matches, they were matched with Japan and they were expected to earn a win pretty easily but that wasn’t the case. In every part of the match, Japan played better but they couldn’t find the score they needed. In the second half, Japan got ahead and Belgian players’ concentration dropped like a bomb. After Japan’s second goal, things got more complicated. Roberto Martinez made two replacements and it worked out! They made the score 2-2 with the two goals they scored in 5 minutes. While we were getting sure that the match would go overtime, Nacer Chadli gave his team the victory with the goal he scored in 90+5. So, Belgium defeated Japan and became a quarter-finalist.

Brazil is being nominated as one of the favorite teams of the World Cup 2018. Tite’s students had a struggle against Costa Rica, Serbia, and Switzerland but they managed to complete the group in the first place. Their starting to the tournament was not very pleasant as they tied with Switzerland 1-1 even though they were expected to take an easy win. In the second match against Costa Rica, which was the team named as the weakest link, they played dominantly from the beginning to the end, but they couldn’t score. Coutinho made an appearance in 90+1, and Neymar in 90+5. And they bring their team the golden-like victory. In the last match of the group, they passed Serbia 2-1. This match made them the leaders with 7 points in total. In the last-16 stage, they were against Mexico and defeated them with a clean sheet. That way, they became Belgium’s opponent in the quarter-finals. Two of the goals were scored by Neymar and Firmino.

During Brazil’s four encounters in the tournament, they conceded only one goal. However, there’s no need to narrate Belgium’s attack line. They’ll definitely find a score against Brazil with the forward trio Lukaku, Hazard and Mertens. That’s why, we prefer both teams to score market. We also prefer you to open a betting account via betting broker to place this bet, no other place you can find bookies with the best odds and limits.