Belgium are looking to rebound from a disappointing result last time out as they face Estonia in EURO 2024 qualifying this week.
Estonia currently sit 4th in qualifying Group F with one draw and one defeat from two games in this campaign.
They began with a 2-1 defeat in Austria before registering their first point on the board in a 1-1 draw with Azerbaijan.
It's been a fairly expected start for an Estonia side that will not make much noise in this group, particularly so considering its difficulty.
They're coming into this game in poor form having won one, drawn two and lost two of their last five matches.
Their form at home is much stronger having won each of their last three consecutive matches on home soil, so they'll be hopeful they can make their far superior opponents at least work for a victory.
Estonia are largely making up the numbers in this group and their main goal will be to avoid finishing bottom of the group at the expense of Azerbaijan.
A result here would be a huge and a massive shock, but they'll almost certainly fall to a comfortable defeat.
Belgium currently sit 2nd in Group F with one win and one draw from two games in this campaign so far.
Domenico Tedesco's men kicked off with a thumping 3-0 win in Sweden before being held to a disappointing 1-1 draw in Austria last time out.
The draw with Austria will be largely without consequence, most likely, as Belgium should easily seal a top two finish having already beaten Sweden away from home.
There is, though, a feeling that Belgium have missed their chance to win an international tournament with their golden generation all but over.
Eden Hazard is reportedly on the brink of retirement; Jan Vertonghen & Dries Mertens are both 36-years-old; Axel Witsel is past his best and Romelu Lukaku and Kevin De Bruyne, more so the former, are often prone to injury.
It's still a good squad and there are some good young players coming through, but if Belgium are going to win something in the next few years they'll have to do so as underdogs.
That likely won't affect them too much in qualifying processes as they're plenty strong enough to top most groups, and they're coming into this game in good form having won two and drawn one of their last three games.
Belgium will almost certainly win this game comfortably but Tedesco and his staff have a lot of planning to do for next summer's tournament if they are to make a serious push to compete in the later stages.
For our Estonia vs. Belgium prediction, we're going for a 3-0 win for the away side.