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Match Facts:

Series: World Cup Qualifications 2021

Match: Belgium vs Wales

Date: Wednesday, 24 March 2021

Venue: King Power at Den Dreef Stadion, Heverlee

Time: 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET/ 00:45 PST

Belgium vs Wales Preview:

Wales will travel to Belgium to start the new World Cup qualifying campaign against the toughest opposition in Group E.

The Dragons have already achieved great things by making it to the League A in the Nations League and to the European Championship set to be played this summer.

Ryan Giggs can thus be proud of the job he has done so far with the team. However, it is worth mentioning that the former Manchester United star will not be at the helm on Wednesday when he will be substituted by assistant Robert Page.

Nevertheless, the aforementioned successes will count for little when Wales come face to face with arguably the strongest team in the world right now.

Belgium ended their Nations League group at the top of the standings with five wins in six matches against England, Denmark, and Iceland. They have scored at least two goals in five of these six outings and they will come into this on the back of a demolishing 4-2 victory over Denmark in the previous game.




  1. The Belgians will be even more motivated to get the win against this opposition given that they’ve suffered one of the most painful defeats in the recent history just against Wales.
  2. It happened five years ago in the quarter-final of the 2016 EURO in France. The Dragons claimed a shocking 3-1 victory to advance to the semis (we can all remember the magic turn and goal from Hal Robson-Kanu).
  3. The Red Devils are winless in the last four clashes against Wales.

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Roberto Martinez will almost have his strongest squad available for this tie against the Welsh outfit. Kevin de Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku will lead the line, while Eden Hazard will miss out once again through yet another injury. We all know Belgium as a free-scoring team and it will be very interesting to see how they will cope with the rock-solid defence of Wales.

The Dragons have allowed just one goal in six Nations League matches and no more than six goals in eight European Championship qualifiers. We, however, don’t expect them to do much in the final third here.

The main bet is thus Belgium to win to nil at the odds of 2.00, while we will also back the hosts to win by at least two goals difference at the 1.95 odds.

Possible Playing XI:

Courtois; Alderweireld, Denayer, Vertonghen; Chadli, Dendoncker, Tielemans, Hazard; Mertens, De Bruyne; Lukaku

Hennessey; Mepham, Rodon, Ampadu; Roberts, Allen, Morrell, Norrington-Davies; Bale, Moore, James



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