Even after an opening game loss to Italy, Belgium should easily find its way through to the knockout stage. Arguably the most talented team in the tournament, Belgium entered as one of the favorites.
Despite the large absence of Vincent Kompany, the Red Devils still boast a dynamic midfield featuring Kevin De Bruyne and Radja Nainggolan. With a class goaltender in Courtois and attacking options in Hazard, Lukaku and Origi, not to mention Fellaini and his golden afro, Belgium is stocked with world-class players.
After a setback in their opening match, Belgium must grab at least 4 points against Sweden and Ireland. If not for key defensive injuries, Belgium may have been the favorite to win it all, but it would be a mistake to look past this talented bunch.