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Unibet Predictions: Belgium – Montenegro Predictions and Tips For Today

Belgium - Montenegro PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, June 5, 2024.
Kick-off: 19:30 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Belgium – Montenegro
TIPS: Over 2.5 Goals | Odds: 1.58@Unibet | Result: PENDING

Belgium – Montenegro Predictions and Preview

  • Belgium (FIFA rank: #3) is preparing for UEFA Euro 2024 by welcoming **Montenegro (FIFA rank: #70)**. This will be their first meeting in over a decade, as the two teams last played against each other in 2012, ending in a 2-2 draw.
  • Only two players from that match, Jan Vertonghen and Axel Witsel, are still part of the current squad. Domenico Tedesco, the coach, needs to make some changes before the team heads to Germany to face Slovakia, Romania, and Ukraine in their group stage.
  • This match will be an opportunity for young midfielders Arne Engels and Mandela Keita to prove their worth, as they were added to the squad later. It will also allow the team to get some match practice before the Euros.
  • Belgium is in good form, having not lost a game since Morocco beat them 2-0 during the 2022 FIFA World Cup group stages. Since then, they have won 8 games and drawn 5, with their last loss coming at home in June 2022.
  • Montenegro struggled during their Euro 2024 qualification campaign, losing two games and not qualifying for the finals. This also marked the end of Miodrag Radulović’s time as the team’s coach. However, they have a new coach in Robert Prosinečki, who has made a great start with two victories since taking over.
  • Both of these victories were in friendly matches against weaker teams like Belarus (FIFA rank: #96) and North Macedonia (FIFA rank: #69). However, in their last three away games, they have failed to win, drawing once and losing twice.
  • With only two friendlies before their UEFA Nations League campaign starts in September, Montenegro might use this match as an opportunity to experiment with their lineup. Only four players in their squad have more than 50 international caps, so there might be some changes.
  • Players to watch: Leandro Trossard, a Belgian player, scored in four of his last six matches for Arsenal. Three of those goals were scored before half-time. On the other side, Montenegro’s captain, Stevan Jovetić, has scored his last three international goals between the 35th and 50th minutes.
  • Hot streak: Montenegro has scored before half-time in each of their last seven games, with six wins and one draw.