Last week, we told you about France's incredible XI who didn't make the final 23 man squad for the upcoming fixtures against Luxembourg and Spain. The likes of Karim Benzema, Anthony Martial and Kingsley Coman missed out, despite their huge reputation.
Then we analysed the future generation of France, creating three potential teams that could feature at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Now, we've taken a look at Roberto Martínez's Belgium squad, which also contains incredible strength in depth.
The Red Devils arguably come into 2017 with their strongest squad yet.
Belgium's past four results show how dangerous they can be, including 4-0, 6-0 and 8-1 wins against Bosnia, Estonia and Estonia in World Cup qualifiers.
The fact that this Belgium side have the choice of either Hazard, Carrasco and Mertens on either wing alludes to how special this group of players are, with the likes of Lukaku, De Bruyne and Nainggolan featuring ahead of the World Cup 2018.
Strength in depth.
Can Belgium finally realise their potential and win an international tournament in the near future?
Let us know your thoughts.