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Belgium vs Russia

The Belgians, in their qualification campaign, appeared in the almost perfect manner, as their performances were quite dominant, scoring as many as forty goals while conceding only three, so it is not surprising that they are considered favorites early in the tournament.
They are currently enjoying a nine matches unbeaten run, defeating the World Cup 2018 vice-champions Croatia last Sunday with a minimal result in Brussel, and are definitely eager to start their “quest for the European throne” in the best way possible.
They miss midfielder Januzaj (13/1, Sociedad) and forward Origi (29/3, Liverpool) for this competition. Midfielder Witsel (110/10, Dortmund) is not likely to perform at EURO, while highly doubtful is also offensive midfielder De Bruyne (80/21, Manchester City), with Eden Hazard (107/32, Real Madrid) also not being fully fit.
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Russia vs Bulgaria

It will be the fifth straight Euro’s appearance for the Russians, and they will try to end their preparational period with a morale-boosting victory, as their international appearances are not that convincing, having only two victories in the last ten matches.
They are coming to this clash after a 1:1 draw last Tuesday on the road to Poland when they played a pretty balance encounter so the outcome didn’t come as a great surprise.
In front of them is a perfect chance for a much-needed win, as the Bulgarians are appearing poorly in their internationals.
The Russians will miss goalkeeper Lunyov (7/0, Zenit), defenders Smolnikov (30/0, Krasnodar), Neustadter (13/1, Dynamo Moscow), Kutepov (13/0, Spartak Moscow), and midfielder Akhmetov (8/0, CSKA Moscow) for this clash.
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Slovakia vs Russia

Slovakia disappointed again in their second match of World Cup qualifiers when they took just a point in a 2:2 home draw against underdogs from Malta.
They showed very little creativity during the first part and were caught up by surprise, conceding two in the 16th and the 20th minute. Luckily, the hosts pulled themselves together in the continuation, visibly appearing better on the field, reducing over Strelec in the 49th, and leveling up just four minutes later when Skriniar was effective.
Overly looking, the Slovaks missed a great opportunity for three points, and now have two draws behind them since the begging of the campaign.
Slovakia will miss defender Gyomber (28/0, Salernitana), Vavro (11/1, Huesca), Mazan (11/0, Karvina), midfielders Stoch (60/6, Zaglebie Lubin), Sabo (18/0, Rizespor), and forward Safranko (10/0, Sepsi).
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