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FIFA World Cup Qualifying: Where to watch Wales vs Belgium live on November 16, 2021

November 15, 2021 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
Wales will hope to finish second in Group E with at least a draw when they host Belgium on Tuesday.

The story so far

On Tuesday evening, Wales will host Belgium in Cardiff, knowing that a draw would be enough to keep them in second place in Group E, ahead of the Czech Republic. Rob Page's side has already qualified for the World Cup 2022 playoffs through the UEFA Nations League, but they will be determined to finish second in the group to assure a semi-final seeding. They go into the clash on the back of a resounding 5-1 win over Belarus on Saturday and will be optimistic about their chances of giving the visitors a proper test in the final group encounter.

So far, the Dragons have won four, drawn two and lost one of their seven Group E matches. They are currently unbeaten in their last five games in the campaign, and have managed three wins during that period. Although they have failed to be present at the World Cup since reaching the quarter-finals in 1958, the new generation have managed successful spells in the last two European Championships, reaching the semi-finals in 2016 and round of 16 in 2020.

Belgium, on the other hand, has been the dominant team in Group E, having won six and drawing one of their seven games for a total of 19 points, putting them five points ahead of Wales in second place. As expected, Roberto Martinez's team will be present at the 2022 World Cup and they will be hoping to improve on their 2014 and 2018 campaign.

They go into Tuesday's game on the back of a 3-1 victory over Estonia. The standard is pretty high for the side who remains in the No.1 spot of the FIFA World Rankings as they have managed 25 wins and two draws in the 27 games they have played across the our three qualifying campaigns. Having defeated Wales 3-1 in when they met in Heverlee in March, they should be able to withstanding the test they will be met with in the trip to Cardiff.

Match facts

  • Wales has won two of their last three games against Belgium, first in a Euro 2016 qualifier in June 2015 and then in the quarter-finals of the tournament.

  • Belgium has lost four of its six meetings against Wales away from home. They won the other two, at Arms Park in Cardiff in March 1997 and Cardiff City Stadium in September 2012.

  • Since losing to Belgium in March, Wales has only lost two of their previous 19 World Cup qualifying matches (winning nine and drawing eight), and are unbeaten in their last six.

  • In World Cup and Euros qualifying, Belgium has won 20 of their last 23 away matches, with their only loss coming against Wales in June 2015.

Predicted starting XI

  • Wales: Ward; Mepham, Rodon, Davies, Williams; C Roberts, Ramsey, Allen, Wilson; James, Bale.

  • Belgium: Courtois; Castagne, Denayer, Vertonghen; Meunier, De Bruyne, Witsel, T Hazard; Mertens, Benteke, Carrasco.

Broadcast information


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Wales 1 - 1 Belgium

November 16, 2021 2:45pmCardiff City Stadium (Cardiff (Caerdydd))

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