Latest Tips

Everton vs Liverpool Aston Villa vs Man City Real Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao Panaderia Pulido vs Real Sociedad CFI Alicante vs Real Betis

Wales kick-off their World Cup qualifying campaign with what should be their toughest game in Group E, as they make the trip to Belgium on Wednesday night. Roberto Martinez's side are expected to dominate this group, starting with a win against Wales.

Three Predictions for Belgium vs Wales

Unbiased tips

The odds provided are up to date at the time of publication. Odds are subject to change though and you should always check with your bookmaker before placing any bets. Our recommended bookmaker for this match is Ladbrokes.

Belgium To Win-to-Nil

Belgium haven't met Wales since the 2016 European Championships and the Red Devils owe the Welsh one after they lost that game 3-1. Belgium have improved since that tournament and head into Wednesday's game on the back of four consecutive wins against Denmark, England, Switzerland and Iceland. Wales have failed to score in three of their last six internationals and don't fare as well on the road as they do on home soil.

Under 2.5 Goals

The news of Romelu Lukaku's potential absence from Wednesday's make has certainly had an impact on how many goals we believe will be scored in this game. Under 2.5 goals have been produced in four of the last five meetings between these two countries, as well as in four of Wales' last five internationals. The visitors don't often score many goals but they also don't tend to concede many either.

2-0 Belgium

Belgium have scored at least two goals in each of their last four matches but without Lukaku leading the line, we're going with a more reserved 2-0 scoreline on Wednesday. Wales have only conceded two or more goals in one of their last six matches and that was away at England, so a 2-0 defeat in Belgium seems a likely final scoreline if Lukaku does indeed miss the game as expected.

Belgium vs Wales: Check out all the odds and stats

Europe - World Cup Qualifying
Belgium odds
VS
odds Wales
March 24, 2021
No odds currently available - check again later

Belgium vs Wales

flash Head to Head

24/03/21
E-WCQ
Belgium odds
odds
Belgium
3 - 1
odds Wales
odds
Wales
01/07/16
EC
Wales odds
odds
Wales
3 - 1
odds Belgium
odds
Belgium
12/06/15
E2Q
Wales odds
odds
Wales
1 - 0
odds Belgium
odds
Belgium
16/11/14
E2Q
Belgium odds
odds
Belgium
0 - 0
odds Wales
odds
Wales

Belgium

Last 5

30/03/21
E-WCQ
Belgium odds
odds
Belgium
8 - 0
odds Belarus
odds
Belarus
27/03/21
E-WCQ
Czech Republic odds
odds
Czech Republic
1 - 1
odds Belgium
odds
Belgium
18/11/20
UNL
Belgium odds
odds
Belgium
4 - 2
odds Denmark
odds
Denmark
15/11/20
UNL
Belgium odds
odds
Belgium
2 - 0
odds England
odds
England
11/11/20
IM
Belgium odds
odds
Belgium
2 - 1
odds Switzerland
odds
Switzerland

Wales

Last 5

30/03/21
E-WCQ
odds Wales
odds
Wales
1 - 0
odds Czech Republic
odds
Czech Republic
27/03/21
IM
odds Wales
odds
Wales
1 - 0
odds Mexico
odds
Mexico
18/11/20
UNL
odds Wales
odds
Wales
3 - 1
odds Finland
odds
Finland
15/11/20
UNL
odds Wales
odds
Wales
1 - 0
odds Rep of Ireland
odds
Rep of Ireland
12/11/20
IM
odds Wales
odds
Wales
0 - 0
odds USA
odds
USA

Belgium the big favourites to beat Wales

Belgium had called up Lukaku to their squad but due to an outbreak of COVID-19 in the Inter Milan squad, the towering centre-forward is expected to miss the game. With only Benteke and Batshuayi of Crystal Palace left to fill the possible void left by the Inter Milan striker, Belgium surely won't be as dangerous in the final third as we might have expected. However, Kevin De Bruyne is in the squad and is in good form for Man City and he possesses the ability to unlock any defence, which is why Belgium remain such strong favourites. The hosts can count upon the experience of Thibaut Courtois, Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld at the back for this World Cup qualifier, so you can see why our prediction for a win and a clean sheet for Belgium looks increasingly likely.

Wales haven't lost against Belgium in their last four meetings but each of those encounters arrived over 5-years ago. The visitors had hoped to call upon Aaron Ramsey for this big World Cup qualifier but the Juventus midfielder picked up an injury which is a huge blow for the manager, Ryan Giggs. However, Gareth Bale is available and his form for Spurs has improved, so Wales will be hoping that their captain can produce a vintage display in Belgium. The Wales squad appears to be mostly made up of players either playing for or on-loan at clubs outside of the Premier League and this could prove the difference against a star-studded Belgium squad.

FAQ about Belgium vs Wales

belgium vs wales tips

 

  • Who's the favourite? – Belgium are the big favourites to win with all the major bookmakers
  • Where can I watch the game? – S4C/ Sky Sports Main Event
  • Where is the game being played? – King Power at Den Dreef Stadion (Heverlee)

Football Betting Tips