With two victories so far the team from Belgium shares the first position with Switzerland and this match should come as a must-win for them, to avoid possible calculations what happens in case of a defeat to Switzerland in the last round. Anyhow, they seem pretty strong at the moment, coming from five matches undefeated run.
Iceland has suffered all three matches at the UEFA Nations League and has nothing left but to play the last game to regain some of the pride for their nation. They have already relegated to the League B for the next cycle and were no match to Swiss nor Belgium till now, scoring only one and conceding eleven goals in three games.
Lukaku is recovering from a hamstring problem and should be fine to start here. Thomas Vermaelen and Jan Vertonghen remain sidelined for the home team. Visitors have central back Ragnar Sigurdsson suspended for this one. Winger Johann Gudmundsson and offensive Gylfi Sigurdsson have also withdrawn from the squad due to injuries.
With a really poor momentum and with a couple of important players out, it will be difficult for Iceland to change the momentum here. The line might look bit big to someone, however, I see it as a minimum margin victory for the home side is probably completely one-sided game.