Belgium vs Spain World Friendlies Match Preview, Head to Head, TV Schedule, Channel List, Match Prediction, Online Streaming

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Thursday, September 1st, 2016 | 0

The European Giants Spain have been giving a decent performance including a 6-1 win against Korea Republic in 2016 with Belgium not too far behind of them on this basis. Spain has won overall 54.5% of their past games against Belgium and has drawn 18.2%. Belgium has won 2,drawn 1 and lost 1 in their recent games whereas Spain has won 2,lost 2 and drew 1. Spain has the most clean sheets and higher number of goals amongst them which gives them the higher odds of winning. A tough, but not an impossible match to win for Belgium. The friendly match will be held in Stade Roi Baudouin (Bruxelles (Brussel)) at 00:45am on 2nd September 2016.

Belgium vs Spain

Match Details:          

Stage                           :           World Friendlies

Match                          :           Belgium vs Spain

Kick Date                    :          2nd  September 2016

Day                             :           Friday

Stadium                       :           Stade Roi Baudouin (Bruxelles (Brussel))

Kickoff                      :           00:45


TV Broadcasting List:

  • beIN Sports 1
  • Sony Six HD, Sony Six SD
  • Sky HD
  • bwin

Spain is at #5 rank in UEFA rankings for club competitions where Belgium stands at #2. Tiki-taka has been used successfully by the Spanish national team to win UEFA Euro 2008, 2010 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2012 which has made them stronger than ever. Their Top Scorer based on the recent matches is Nolito and Top Assist is Fabregas. Belgium could only go as close to fourth place in Fifa World cups in their history and once Runners Up in Euro cups. Their previous win against Norway showed a tremendous performance, but only time will tell if they can hold on to it or not.

Belgium Lineup:

Thibaut Courtois, Jan Vertonghen,  Toby Alderweireld, Thomas Vermaelen,  Jordan Lukaku,   Nicolas Lombaerts,  Moussa Dembélé,  Steven Defour,  Eden Hazard,  Thorgan Hazard,  Leander Dendoncker,  Romelu Lukaku,  Christian Benteke,  Kevin De Bruyne.


Spain Lineup:

Pepe Reina,  David de Gea,  Sergio Ramos, Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba,  Javi Martinez,  Cesar Azpilicueta,  Dani Carvajal,  David Silva,  Sergio Busquets,  Juan Mata,  Thiago,  Diego Costa,  Nolito,  Lucas Vazquez.



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