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[OFFiCIAL#-!LIVE] Belgium vs Wales Live Stream :FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2022
FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2022 Belgium vs Wales LIVE Streaming: When and Where to Watch Online, TV Telecast, Team News
In their latest FIFA World Cup 2022 European qualifying fixture, Belgium will play host to Wales at the King Power at Den Dreef on Thursday, March 25. The FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2022 Belgium vs Wales match will kick off at 01:15 AM IST.
In the upcoming Group E fixture between the both sides, the hosts come into this game on the back of a 4-2 win over Denmark last November at the same venue. On the other hand, Wales beat a 10-man Finland 3-1 in the same period at the Cardiff City Stadium.
In the last 13 head-to-head outings, both sides have an even record. Belgium have won and lost five games each, while both sides shared points in three others.
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Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has a strong team at his disposal, however, Eden Hazard who is nursing injuries will miss out the action. While Wales have no injury or suspension woes.
Belgium possible starting line-up: Thibaut Courtois (GK), Toby Alderweireld, Jason Denayer, Jan Vertonghen, Nacer Chadli, Leander Dendoncker, Youri Tielemans, Thorgan Hazard, Dries Mertens, Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku
Wales possible starting line-up: Wayne Hennessey (GK), Chris Mepham, Joe Rodon, Ethan Ampadu, Connor Roberts, Joe Allen, Joe Morrell, Rhys Norrington-Davies, Gareth Bale, Kieffer Moore, Daniel James
What time will the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2022 Belgium vs Wales kick-off?
The FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2022, Belgium vs Wales game will kick off at 01:15 AM IST on Thursday, March 25, at King Power at Den Dreef, Belgium.
What TV channel will show the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2022 Belgium vs Wales match?
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Belgium vs. Wales: UEFA World Cup qualifying live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, news, odds, time
Belgium will be looking to get their World Cup qualifying campaign off to a fast start in Leuven on Wednesday night but know they will face a tough test against a Wales side not short of individual talent. For both sides’ this Group E meeting will inevitably bring with it reminders of the Euro 2016 quarters when a highly favored Belgian team were stunned in Lille, Aaron Ramsey starring in a 3-1 win that ranks among the finest nights in Welsh footballing history.
Indeed Wales are undefeated in their last four meetings with the top team in the Fifa rankings but making it five would be quite the achievement against a nation brimming with talent in its peak years. Here’s how you can watch the match and everything you need to know.
Date: Wednesday, Mar. 24 | Time: 3:45 p.m. ET
Location: Den Dreef — Leuven, Belgium
TV/Live stream: ESPN+
Odds: Belgium -400; Draw +450; Wales +1200 (via William Hill Sportsbook)
Belgium: Is the clock beginning to tick on Belgium’s golden generation? They will head into this summer’s European Championships as one of the favorites and will surely retain that status should they reach Qatar 2022. If neither of those end in a first major international crown it is tempting to wonder if the Red Devils might just go down as one of the nearly men of recent years.
Kevin De Bruyne turns 30 this summer, Eden Hazard already has and is struggling with consistent injuries that have ruled him out of this squad. Meanwhile the likes of Dries Mertens, Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen — all pillars of Belgium’s recent success — are not able to shine on the same consistent level as before. There is young talent coming through such as Youri Tielemans, Jeremy Doku and Zinho Vanheusden but the next 18 months could come to define those who have blazed a trail for Belgian football over the past decade.
Wales: Gareth Bale and company will have to do without head coach Ryan Giggs once more as he is on “special leave” following his arrest on suspicion in November of assaulting his girlfriend. Robert Page will take caretaker charge as he did in November, when Wales topped their Nations League group and in the process put themselves firmly in contention for a World Cup qualifying spot.
However, it could be Bale who takes on a greater leadership role, according to Joe Allen, who said of the Tottenham forward and Wales captain: “Being the captain is a huge role. But one he is made for. He’s been a talisman for years now for us. You can see that the young players and the senior ones — and I speak for myself — that I really look up to him.
“The way he approaches every camp for Wales, the dedication and commitment he shows, on top of his world-class ability is inspiring. He keeps the standards really high and sets the tone for everyone, especially the younger players to look up to and follow.”
This Wales team continue to be a tough out for even the best sides but in the end one would expect the greater talent across the Belgian side to get them to victory. Pick: Belgium 2 Wales 1