Wales will be hoping they can avoid relegation from their Uefa Nations League group when they travel to face Belgium on Thursday at 7:45pm (UK time).
Rob Page’s side are currently bottom of Group A4, three points behind third-placed Poland and know a defeat here could see them relegated from the top league if other results go against them. Belgium, meanwhile, are three points behind group leaders Netherlands and realistically have to win to keep their hopes of qualifying to the final going.
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Where to watch Belgium v Wales on TV:
- UK: Premier Sports 1
- US: Fox Sports 1
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Belgium team news
Belgium will be unable to call upon Romelu Lukaku once again, with the Inter Milan striker currently out injured. Also out of the squad from the June Nations League fixtures are Thomas Foket, Dennis Praet and Adnan Januzaj. Jason Denayer has been called up despite currently being without a club, while Michy Batshuayi will be hoping to build on his fine record of 25 goals in 45 games for Belgium.
Wales team news
Ben Davies has pulled out of the Wales squad after suffering a leg fracture while Joe Allen is a doubt with a hamstring injury. Gareth Bale is also a doubt as he will join up with the Wales squad late following LAFC’s game against Houston in the early hours of Monday morning.
There is also no Aaron Ramsey in the squad or Harry Wilson, with the pair also injured, but there is a Fulham representative in the squad as 17-year-old Luke Harris has been called up for the first time.
Scoreline prediction: Belgium 2-1 Wales
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