UEFA Euro Qualifiers: Where to watch Belgium vs San Marino live on October 10, 2019

What is the position of Belgium and San Marino?

Belgium sits atop Group I in the UEFA EURO Qualifiers with 18 points from six outings. San Marino sits at the bottom with no point.

What is the form of Belgium as compared to San Marino?

  • Belgium in the last 10 matches: 8W 1D 1L

  • San Marino in the last 10 matches: 0W 0 10L

What is the head to head record of Belgium and San Marino?

Belgium and San Marino have met seven times in the past. All the meetings have been won by the Red Devils and the team has registered a goal tally of 34 in the process.

The most recent meeting between the pair took place in September 2019 where goals from Michy Batshuayi, Dries Mertens and Nacer Chadli secured a 4-0 away win for Roberto Martinez's side.

Team news: Who is injured or suspended for Belgium vs San Marino?

Manchester City stalwart Kevin De Bruyne was not called up for international duties as he is currently battling a groin injury. Standard Liege's Maxime Lestienne has also withdrawn from the team due to a hamstring injury. Inter Milan new-boy Romelu Lukaku also remains a doubt.

For San Marino, Franco Varella has omitted Mirco De Angelis, Fabio Vitaioli, Michele Cevoli and Matteo Vitaioli from his latest squad. No player is suspended for La Serenissima for the upcoming encounter.

Key match facts:

  • San Marino has lost all but three in 132 qualifiers it has featured in so far.

  • Belgium has not been defeated at home in any of its last qualifying games (14W 4D).

  • San Marino are yet to score a goal in the UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifiers. However, the have conceded 28 goals.

Predicted starting XI for Belgium vs San Marino:

Belgium's potential starting line-up: Courtois; Alderweireld, Vermaelen, Vertonghen; Meunier, Witsel, Tielemans, Carrasco; Mertens, E. Hazard; Lukaku

San Marino potential starting line-up: A. Simoncini; D'Addario, Manuel Battistini, D. Simoncini, Palazzi, Grandoni; Gasperoni, A. Golinucci, Giardi; Berardi, Nanni

Broadcast info for Belgium vs San Marino

Belgium vs San Marino Broadcast Information

Kick-off time: Thursday 10 October 2:45pm ET / 7:45pm BST / 8:45pm CET
Stadium: Stade Roi Baudouin (Bruxelles (Brussel))
Australia: Optus Sport
Belgium: La Une
France: L'Equipe Web
Germany: DAZN
India: SONY TEN 1, Sony LIV, SONY TEN 1 HD
Malaysia: Astro Go
Nigeria: SuperSport 4 Africa, DStv Now
Portugal: Sport TV LIVE, Sport TV3
United Kingdom: SKY GO Extra, Sky Go UK, Sky Sports Red Button
United States: fuboTV, ESPN App, ESPN3, TUDNxtra

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