BELGIUM can qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup if they score a victory over Morocco in their second Group F game.
The Red Devils squeaked past a Canadian side who were unlucky not to score.
But they now come up against a tough Moroccan team desperate to make amends for their 0-0 draw with Croatia.
The Moroccans comfortably topped their World Cup qualifying group by winning EVERY single match.
And they officially sealed their spot by pummelling DR Congo 5-2 on aggregate in the CAF third round.
However, the Red Devils’ hunger to make it further than the third place play-off this time could spur them on to collect all three points.
But Morocco came out on top the last time these sides met way back in 2008.
What time does Belgium vs Morocco kick off?
- Belgium’s Group F clash with Morocco takes place on Sunday, November 27.
- It is scheduled to kick-off at 1pm UK time – 3pm local time.
- Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar is the allocated arena for this encounter and it can host approximately 40,000 fans.
- Morocco embarrassed Belgium by four goals to one when the two teams last played.
What TV channel is Belgium vs Morocco on and can it be live streamed?
- Belgium vs Morocco will be broadcasted LIVE on BBC One in the UK.
- Viewers also have the option to stream the entire action live via the BBC Sport website or BBC iPlayer app.
- BBC iPlayer is available to download on your preferred choice of mobile phone or tablet device.
Can I watch Belgium vs Morocco for FREE?
Yes. The Group F encounter between Belgium and Morocco is available to watch for FREE so long as you have a valid TV license.
What is the team news?
Romelu Lukaku is unlikely to be involved for the Red Devils, which means Michy Batshuayi is likely to continue to lead the line.
Other than that, Martinez is expected to stick with the team he went with against Canada.
Walid Regragui is also expected to stick with the team that drew 0-0 with Croatia, other than that of Noussair Mazraoui, who was injured in the midweek game, Yahia Attiyat-Allah is expected to slot in.
Sofyan Marabat was booked in the first match and could pick up a suspension if he is booked again.
What are the odds?
Belgium win 17/20
Morocco victory 15/4
Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct as of November 27.