A rock-solid Belgium will have another World Cup minnows at their mercy when they play their second Group G game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup against Tunisia on 23rd of June at the Otkritie Arena. Belgium is arguably equipped with the most balanced lineup that is unbeaten since their 2-0 defeat to Spain back in September 2016. They’ve had victories with an 8-0 and 9-0 scoreline that are enough to put them on the contender’s list. Talking about Tunisia, forget about a win or a draw, they’ll be happy to lose 1-0 or 2-0 as well given their opponent’s ruthless form. Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard, and above the lot, Kevin De Bruyne, will be roaring to have a go and secure their berth in the knockout stages. We have a complete guide on how to watch FIFA World cup online
What the kind of football Belgium has been playing in the recent past is what football fans love to see. Their attacking mindset and the hunger to keep scoring goals has created quite a big fan base for them all around the world. Watching them continue their attacking spree at the World Cup will be more of a mandate for all the football fans. To ensure every football fan stays witness to their goal scoring fest, we’ve got everything from the schedule to live stream info for their second game against Tunisia covered well before time.
Catching all the action from Belgium vs Tunisia on your choice of device is going to be a straightforward affair this time around with tens and tens of live streaming options available for fans across the globe. Fans can visit FOX Sports, beIN Sports, Sony LIV, DirecTV, Canal+, DirecTV, ITV, BBC, SBS, Sky, Kwese Sports, SuperSport, or any of the available official broadcaster’s website to enjoy all the action from Belgium vs Tunisia. The live streak channels are likely to go on air 10 minutes before the kick-off. beIN Sports’ server will be the most loaded one as it is expected to reach the most number of fans.
Belgium vs Tunisia Live Streaming
Fans can also opt for VPN Gateways in case they don’t have access to any of above-listed channels. BestVPN, ExpressVPN, IPVanish, and many other VPN service providers offer a great number of servers located across different countries for you to choose from. Sticky Bundles have also become a favorite fan option given their quick solutions for all the cable-related problems. fuboTV, Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, and DirecTV are currently topping the sticky bundles market and are all good for fans to watch their favorite Belgian side take on Tunisia.
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When and Where
The Group G game between Belgium and Tunisia is scheduled for a 15:00 local time kick off on 23rd June 2018 at the Otkritie Arena. This will be the third game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup hosted at the Otkritie Arena. After this, the stadium will host two more matches, a Group E game between Serbia and Brazil and a Round of 16 games between the Group H winner and Group G runner-up. Also known as the Spartak Stadium, the Otkritie Arena is designed to seat over 45,000 people.
While Belgium’s manager, Roberto Martinez, will be having more top players than needed, Tunisia’s Nabil Maâloul will be looking to find at least one name who can step up and help his side pull off something special. Roberto Martinez might even rest his key players in this match, given the significant difference in both sides’ skill levels. Here is how the two sides may lineup on 23rd of June.
Belgium Probable XI
Sels (GK); Meunier, Jordan Lukaku, Vertonghen, Alderweireld; Witsel, Nainggolan, Dembele; Hazard, Romelu Lukaku, Mertens
Tunisia Probable XI
Mathlouthi (GK); Maaloul, Ben Youssef, Chemmam, Meriah; Sassi, Khazri, Sliti; Ben Youssef, Khenissi, Akaichi
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The official broadcast for Belgium vs Tunisia will start two hours before the kick-off as all the three games for 23rd of June will be covered in the pre-match show. While the Belgian fans will be able to enjoy the match on VRT and RTBF, the fans from Tunisia, along with everyone from all other MENA countries, will have to tune into beIN Sports. The match will be broadcasted in America on FOX Sports, in Asian Subcontinent on Sony ESPN, in the Caribbean on DirecTV, in Africa on Kwese Sports, Canal+, and SuperSport, in Australia on Optus Sport, and in the UK on BBC and ITV. All the European countries will be having their respective national broadcasting companies officially bringing the fans all the action from Belgium vs Tunisia.
Tunisia might take some heart from their head to head record against the Belgians. However, their win against them came way back in 1992, and the scenario right now is entirely different. Given the superiority of Belgium, a draw or a Tunisia win can be entirely ruled out, and it will be most likely about how many for Belgium. Being very polite to the Tunisian side, our final scoreline prediction reads Belgium 4-0 Tunisia.