Belgium v Estonia live stream, Saturday 13 November, 7.45pm GMT
Belgium will book their place at the 2022 World Cup if they beat Estonia at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels on Saturday night.
Five points clear of the Czech Republic and Wales, the Red Devils also have a game in hand on the former as we approach the conclusion of the group stage. Even a defeat here would leave Belgium only needing a draw against Wales on Tuesday to secure top spot (provided Rob Page’s side see off Belarus first), but a home match against Estonia gives Roberto Martinez’s men an excellent chance to qualify with a game to spare.
Belgium have won five of their six qualifiers up to now, with the only blemish a 1-1 draw with the Czech Republic in March. A quarter-final exit at Euro 2020 means next summer’s tournament in Qatar will probably be the last chance for Belgium’s golden generation to win a major trophy, with the likes of Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne, Jan Vertonghen, Toby Alderweireld and Dries Mertens now into their 30s.
Estonia and Belarus are locked in a two-way battle for fourth place in Group E. The former have a one-point lead at present and are therefore guaranteed to avoid finishing bottom unless Belarus do not lose to Wales on Saturday. Estonia lost their first meeting with Belgium 5-2 and will hope to at least get on the scoresheet again in Brussels. Tottenham’s teenage defender Maksim Paskotsi is part of the squad selected by Thomas Haberli.
Belgium have left Romelu Lukaku at home in London as he continues his recovery from injury. Michy Batshuayi, Nacer Chadli, Adnan Januzaj and Thomas Vermaelen have also been left out, while Martinez has called up Wout Faes and Dante Vanzeir for the first time. Arsenal midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga could win his second cap after making his senior debut against Estonia in September.
Kick-off is at 7.45pm GMT on Saturday, 13 November, and UK viewers can watch it on Sky Sports Premier League. See below for international broadcast options.
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