Belgium v Sweden Match Preview & Best Odds

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Group F leaders Belgium are already assured of a place in next summer’s European Championships but they will nevertheless be eager to maintain their unbeaten run in the group by beating Sweden tonight, therefore now is an excellent time to register with any of our featured UK and Irish bookmaker partners and ensure that you get the very best Belgium free bets and other exclusive Euro 2024 promotions ahead of this clash.


Belgium v Sweden Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 7.45pm UK Time, Monday 16th October 2023


Belgium are making their plans for next summer’s European Championships after qualifying with two games to spare and they will look to continue their unbeaten run in the competition by brushing aside Sweden this evening.

Romalu Lukaku was the man to thank for Belgium’s qualification for Euro 2024, the record goalscorer finding the back of the net with a vital third goal in the 3-2 win over Austria last time out. The top two in Group F went head-to-head in Vienna, each team knowing that a place in the finals would be theirs with a win. With the Red Devils having prevailed in that contest, they will be aiming to go a couple of steps better in Euro 2024 than they did in the last two renewals of the tournament where they went out at the quarter-final stage. Nevertheless they still need to go through the formalities of completing their qualification campaign and ahead of their final outing against Azerbaijan next month, they will go head-to-head tonight with a Sweden outfit against whom they won 3-0 back in March.

Sweden desperately need to turn the result of that last meeting on its head when they face Belgium in Brussels tonight. Having made it to the last six European Championships, Sweden look in danger of missing out on this one. They sit third in the Group F table with seven points separating them from second-placed Austria – albeit with a game-in-hand – and defeat tonight would send them out of contention for a top-two finish. The best that Sweden can realistically hope for in the event of defeat is a play-off place, otherwise they will miss out on the Euros for the first time since 1996.

The Swedes are missing Alexander Isak who will play no part in this match due to injury and given that they have managed just a single goal in their last three games against the top two in Group F, we don’t have much hope of them getting the better of Belgium tonight. The home side may make a few changes due to them having already qualified but in our opinion, even a much-changed Red Devils side will likely be too much for Sweden tonight.


Back Belgium to win 1-0 at best odds of 15/2