The former Rangers playmaker insisted other countries were now scared to play a national side packed with talented footballers like Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku, Marouane Fellaini and Vincent Kompany.
"The way Belgium have been playing makes other teams afraid and that makes matches so much easier to play," he said. "They used to be underdogs for so many years but now they don't fear anyone.
"There are so many players who can make a good action in a split-second and Scotland will know that. I can't see anything other than Belgium winning well. If they can win the group and get a good draw next summer in Brazil then it could be very exciting."
Belgium have won six and drawn one of their seven qualifying matches for the loss of just two goals and victory at Hampden will bring them closer to clinching their place in Brazil next summer.