Belgium are looking to seal top spot in Group F as they face Azerbaijan in Euro 2024 qualifying this weekend.
Belgium currently sit top of qualifying Group F with five wins and two draws from seven games in this campaign.
Belgium have had a successful qualifying campaign on the whole despite entering it under the difficult circumstance of having a new manager in charge while missing two of their star players in Kevin De Bruyne and Thibaut Courtois for much of it.
Nevertheless, they're now in a position whereby a win at home against Azerbaijan will confirm them as group winners and they're coming into this game in excellent form, unbeaten in their last nine games since the World Cup having won four of them.
On Wednesday night they claimed a 1-0 win over Serbia in a friendly courtesy of an early goal from Yannick Carrasco.
Manager Domenico Tedesco will no doubt urge caution over complacency coming into this game with his side having only managed a narrow 1-0 win in the reverse fixture, and while home advantage will make this one easier for them it's clear they need to take this one seriously.
Belgium are currently amidst somewhat of a transition period with many of their "Golden Generation" having been phased out, and while the next batch of youngsters look promising it's tough to pin down the side's ceiling.
They're going to Germany as contenders but expectations on them will be lower than in recent years. Here they'll simply be hoping to finish their campaign with a bang.
Azerbaijan currently sit 4th in Group F with two wins, one draw and four losses from seven games so far.
It's been pretty much business as expected for Azerbaijan in this group as they find themselves second bottom in the table with two games remaining.
They are, though, coming into this game in fairly decent form having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games so they'll feel in good shape ahead of what is the toughest game on paper in this group, the most recent of which was a thumping 3-0 win over Sweden in what was their most impressive result in a number of years.
Their form away from home has also been pretty good having won three of their last five games on the road, but having lost 5-0 in Sweden and 4-1 in Austria during that period it shows they can be vulnerable against stronger opposition.
Azerbaijan are simply playing for pride at this point and a win here would be a memorable occasion for the country's national setup.
For our Belgium vs. Azerbaijan prediction, we're going for a 3-0 win for the home side.