The Red Devils start their World Cup against Canada tonight. With a brilliant performance in their World Cup opener, the Belgians hope to put an end to the negative mood of the past few months. Follow the match live on all Sporza channels at 8 p.m.

  1. in advance, 09:02. In 2018, we were the “champions of the heart”, that legacy has since disappeared. It’s time to pick that up again. To the farewellers: leave something beautiful behind. Peter Vandenbempt.
  2. in advance, 9 a.m. Match Day! The time has come: the Red Devils will start their World Cup in Qatar against Canada tonight. The Belgians have not lost a World Cup group match since 1994, do they honor that statistic? Follow all the news leading up to the game here. Croatia and Morocco will kick off the Devils’ group at 11 am. Anyone who wants to scout the next competitors of the Belgians can of course visit all Sporza channels. .
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  4. in advance, 16:12. Star player Davies is fit and will most likely start. The Canadian strongholder Alphonso Davies has been declared completely fit and will normally start tomorrow’s match against Belgium. The Bayern Munich winger had a hamstring strain and only arrived in Qatar a few days ago.  The rehabilitation was a race against time, but Canadian football fans can breathe a sigh of relief. “We can field our best 11 players,” said national coach John Herdman the day before the match against Belgium. .
  5. in advance, 15:22. Canada wants to amaze the world. Saudi Arabia already did it once at this tournament, but Canada also wants to surprise the world and show that they are an opponent to be reckoned with. Alistair Johnston is the right back for the Canadians and believes in the qualities of his team: “We have some mavericks in the team who can create something out of nothing. We are very confident inside. We like it when they underestimate us, there we want to take advantage of.” It remains the case that Canada has not participated in a World Cup for a very long time. The last time dates back to 1986, in which they lost all three games without scoring a goal. They hope to do better now, and their qualifying campaign for this World Cup is already dreaming. They scored the most goals in CONCACAF – 23 in 14 games – and conceded the fewest (7).  .
  6. in advance, 15:21. Belgium is our strongest opponent in more than ten years. John Herdman, Canada national coach.
  7. in advance, 3:02 PM. Fourteenth time, good time? No European team has qualified for a World Cup as often as Belgium without winning it. Our Red Devils have been present no less than 13 times, but they have never been able to take home the trophy. At the 2018 World Cup in Russia, they were closer than ever with third place. The Belgians were the best scoring team at the tournament with 16 goals.  The question is whether the Red Devils can repeat that feat this edition, or even improve it. Opinions are divided. Perhaps because Romelu Lukaku will remain in the rag basket for the time being. The regular striker of the Red Devils has scored 11 times at major tournaments since his first World Cup in 2014. Only Cristiano Ronaldo (13) did better in that period. Can the Red Devils get the job done without their top scorer?  .
  8. in advance, 15:01. Eden will be our captain tomorrow and he will start the match. Roberto Martinez, national coach of Belgium.
  9. in advance, 3 p.m.
  10. Before, 3 p.m
  11. Belgium setup. Thibaut Courtois, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Zeno Debast, Thomas Meunier, Youri Tielemans, Axel Witsel, Timothy Castagne, Kevin De Bruyne, Michy Batshuayi, Eden Hazard
  12. Canadian setup. Milan Borjan, Richie Laryea, Alistair Johnston, Steven Vitória, Kamal Miller, Sam Adekugbe, Tajon Buchanan, Atiba Hutchinson, Stephen Eustaquio, Jonathan David, Cyle Larin

Source: Sporza

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