Wales

form

All
NED 3 - 2 WAL
L
WAL 1 - 1 BEL
D
WAL 1 - 2 NED
L
WAL 1 - 0 UKR
W
POL 2 - 1 WAL
L
WAL 1 - 1 CZE
D
WAL 2 - 1 AUT
W
EST 0 - 1 WAL
W
CZE 2 - 2 WAL
D
BLR 2 - 3 WAL
W
Belgium

form

All
POL 0 - 1 BEL
W
WAL 1 - 1 BEL
D
BEL 6 - 1 POL
W
BEL 1 - 4 NED
L
BEL 3 - 0 BFA
W
IRL 2 - 2 BEL
D
WAL 1 - 1 BEL
D
BEL 3 - 1 EST
W
ITA 2 - 1 BEL
L
BEL 2 - 3 FRA
L
Head to Head
14 Matches (5 Draws)
4 Total wins 5
4 Home wins 3
0 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
2 Draw
1 Wins
WAL 1 - 1 BEL
WAL 1 - 1 BEL
BEL 3 - 1 WAL
WAL 3 - 1 BEL
WAL 1 - 0 BEL
7 Goals Scored 6
Games Over 2.5 Goals 2 / 5
Both Teams Scored 4 / 5
Team Comparison
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Wales have won two of their last three games against Belgium (L1), winning in June 2015 in a EUROs qualifier and at EURO 2016 in the quarter-final stage.
  2. Away from home, Belgium have lost four of their six matches against Wales – they won the other two, in March 1997 at the Arms Park in Cardiff and September 2012 at the Cardiff City Stadium.
  3. Wales have lost just two of their last 19 World Cup qualifying matches (W9 D8) and are unbeaten in their last six since losing to Belgium in March.
  4. Belgium have won 20 of their last 23 away matches in World Cup/EUROs qualifying (D2 L1) with their only defeat in that run coming against Wales in June 2015. They’ve scored 58 goals and kept 14 clean sheets in this run.
  5. A point for Wales will secure them a top-two spot in the group – it will be the first time they’ve finished in the top-two of a World Cup qualifying group since qualification for the 1966 World Cup when they finished second, although only the first-place teams qualified that year.
  6. Belgium are unbeaten in their last 27 World Cup qualifiers (W23 D4), the second-longest current unbeaten run behind England (30). Their run began with a 2-0 away win in Wales back in September 2012.
  7. Aaron Ramsey has scored eight goals in his last 15 World Cup qualifying appearances for Wales, while his brace against Belarus made him only the sixth player to score 20 goals for Wales – the others are Gareth Bale (36), Ian Rush (28), Trevor Ford (23), Ivor Allchurch (23) and Dean Saunders (22).
  8. In just 17 starts in World Cup qualifiers, Kevin De Bruyne has scored five and assisted nine goals for Belgium – in only three appearances in World Cup 2022 qualification, De Bruyne has scored once and assisted twice, with only Eden Hazard (13) and Hans Vanaken (10) creating more chances than he has from his three games (9).
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