Belgium v Wales live stream, Sky Sports, Wednesday 24th March, 7:45pm GMT
Wales kick off their World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign with a trip to Belgium on Wednesday.
Caretaker manager Robert Page will continue to take charge, although Ryan Giggs will be involved in some capacity. Giggs was stood down as manager from Wales’ November internationals following his arrest on suspicion of assault, and the 47-year-old will remain on leave for this round of games.
The Welsh will play at this summer’s Euros – having memorably made it to the semi-finals at the first time of asking in 2016 – but will be looking to make it back to the World Cup for the first time since 1958, their only appearance to date.
Following the opener in Leuven, Wales play host to Mexico in a friendly at the Cardiff City Stadium, before facing the Czech Republic at the same venue in their second Group E match. Wales are unbeaten in 11 competitive outings, having recorded 3-1 and 1-0 wins over Finland and the Republic of Ireland respectively in their most recent internationals.
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Belgium, meanwhile, follow this clash up with against the Czech Republic away and Belarus at home. Roberto Martinez’s men currently occupy first place in the FIFA World Rankings and will be looking to make it to a fourth straight major tournament. They finished third at the last World Cup in Russia, beating England to bronze.
Gareth Bale will captain his country and he’s joined in the squad by Tottenham teammates Ben Davies and Joe Rodon. Joe Allen returns to the national set-up for the first time since 2019, but Aaron Ramsey and David Brooks have both been ruled out through injury.
As for Belgium, a talent-packed squad features the likes of Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku, Napoli’s Dries Mertens, Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne, and Leicester duo Youri Tielemans and Timothy Castagne. Eden Hazard won’t be involved; the Real Madrid forward continues to be plagued by ankle problems.
Kick-off is at 7:45pm GMT and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event in the UK.
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