India will look to settle scores with Belgium in the knock-out phase of the FIH Champions Trophy hockey tournament today when the two teams clash in the quarter-finals. India have lost their last two matches against the European country.
This time however, the young Indian team looks to be in much better shape and form having topped their group beating England and New Zealand and losing to Germany.
Injuries though continue to be a cause for worry for the eight-time Olympic champions with skipper Sardar Singh nursing a stiff shoulder while striker SV Sunil has hamstring issues. In the other quarter-final matches today, Germany play Pakistan, Netherlands face NZ and Australia take on England.