This is a massive game for Wales in the Euro 2016 qualifying round and a home win over Belgium could see Wales top Group B on the path to France Euro 2016. Both teams are currently level on points in Group B and have already played each other once in the group playing out a 0-0 draw in Brussels back in November.
Football Betting Offers – Wales are 4/1 to win, with Belgium in at 8/11 and the draw at 5/2.
Wales – Will be without defenders James Collins and Ben Davies for Friday’s match after both were ruled out of the squad through injury. James Chester and Adam Matthews could be the men drafted into replace them.
Belgium – Are without Vincent Kompany the Man City defender is suspended. Man Utd’s Marouane Fellaini is definitely out with a groin injury and Jason Denayer could also miss out after picking up a knock in training.
With the likes of Chelsea’s Eden Hazard and Aston Villa’s Christian Benteke Belgium are a major attacking force going forward and proved that in last week’s 4-3 international friendly win over France. Even though Belgium offer a lot going forward, Wales will be no push overs and as they showed in Brussels they can make life difficult for the Red Devils.
Betting Prediction – Close game 0-0 Draw or Belgium to win 1-0.
Top 3 Bets
Under 2.5 Goals – @4/6
Draw – @5/2
Correct Score 0-0 – @8/1