Belgium vs Russia Live

Belgium will meet Russia for a friendly on Tuesday, and while Belgium has a squad loaded with talent, some reporters have turned to the team’s bench for a story. Thierry Henry is an assistant on Belgium’s managerial staff, and the rumors are flying that Henry will be a candidate for the Arsenal job next season.

Today’s match kicks off on Fox Sports 2 at 12 p.m. Eastern. Looking for a live stream of today’s match? Whether you’re at home or only have your phone, there are options available.

If you can’t get to a TV, here’s a complete roundup of the available live stream options:
Users without a cable subscription can watch the game through Sling TV or FuboTV, two online streaming services that provide access to a handful of channels for a monthly fee. Both services have free trials that will allow you to watch today’s match without having to pay. Click here to sign up for SlingTV and click here to sign up for FuboTV.

If you’re interested in watching today’s match but aren’t going to use either service beyond today, either option will do the trick. If you’re interested in retaining either service beyond today, though, here’s a breakdown of what each service offers:

If you’re interested in gaining access to a broad range of cable channels, including ESPN, CNN, TNT and TBS, Sling is your best bet. The service’s Blue package costs $25 per month, and includes Fox Sports 2 and over 40 other channels. Sling also offers a 7-day trial, an advantage over the 24-hour trial provided by Fubo.
Belgium travel to Russia for their friendly clash on Tuesday, hoping to return to the winning ways on a tough away day after a disappointing home draw against Greece (1-1). Although there won’t be much confidence taken from their last outing, we do feel they’ll now have what it takes to earn a narrow win and we’ll back them to it at

The Red Devils have a five-match unbeaten streak behind them, earning three comfortable wins and two draws in the process. However, they do have more depth in quality and we don’t feel they’ll be distraught ahead of the clash, as they look to maintain consistency and lift the team spirits ahead of a three-month break from International duties.
We do expect to see a high-scoring contest as we’ve seen both sides score and concede goals recently, where both managers will now want to give some of their fringe players a chance and we expect some slip-ups along the way. Over 2.5 goals FT thus comes off a very solid bet to get behind, coming at a good-looking 23/20 with BetVictor and looking well-worth the shot although we might not see all the main stars in the final third this time around.
The hosts will have to draw inspiration from alternative sources in Brussels with Hazard missing, giving Greece a slender chance of success with the midfielder’s absence.

Hazard did not make the squad for the match and will also be missing for the forthcoming friendly with Russia on Tuesday, per Lustig.

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