Belgium vs Wales FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news for TONIGHT'S World Cup 2022 qualifying match

WALES face a daunting opening to their World Cup qualifying campaign against Belgium.

But the Red Devils are opponents the Welsh will have fond memories of, as they are unbeaten against them in their last four meetings.

Interim manager Robert Page will take charge of this game with Wales still none the wiser as to who will be manager during Euro 2020.

While boss Ryan Giggs is in contact with Page, he is still on 'special leave' with his assault case under investigation by the Crown Prosecution Service.

What time does Belgium vs Wales kick off?

  • Belgium take on Wales on Wednesday, March 24.
  • The match kicks off at 7.45pm UK time.
  • It takes place at the Den Dreef stadium in Leuven.
  • Last time these sides met, Sam Vokes, Ashley Williams and Hal Robson-Kanu netted in a sensational Euro 2020 quarter-final win for the Welsh.

What TV channel is Belgium vs Wales on and can I live stream it?

  • Belgium vs Wales is live on Sky Sports Main Event.
  • Coverage commences at 7pm – 45 minutes before kick-off.
  • To stream the game live, head to your Sky Go account.
  • Non-Sky Sports subscribers can get a Now TV Day Pass from £9.99.
  • Welsh-speakers can watch all the action live on S4C.

Can I watch Belgium vs Wales for free?

  • Yes, but you'll have to watch in Welsh.
  • S4C is free for all UK viewers.

Team news

Romelu Lukaku will be available for Belgium despite a coronavirus outbreak with his club Inter Milan.

Eden Hazard is once again injured while Axel Witsel is out for the long term.

Wales will be without Aaron Ramsey after he picked up an injury with Juventus last week.

Ben Davies and Tom Lockyer have also been ruled out.

But Joe Allen has returned to the Welsh squad for the first time since 2019.

Latest odds

Belgium 2/7

Draw 15/4

Wales 9/1

*Odds from Ladbrokes correct as of Wednesday, March 24

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    Welcome to our live coverage of the World Cup qualifier between Belgium and Wales in Group E.

    Less than three months before the postponed European Championships are due to kick-off, the campaign for Qatar 2022 begins in earnest – or Leuven, to be exact.

    And starts don’t get much tougher than a trip to the country top of the FIFA world rankings.

    The star-studded Belgians have not lost a competitive game on home soil in over a decade, and, in Romelu Lukaku, boast international football’s in-form striker.

    The Inter Milan forward has 12 goals and four assists in his last ten appearances for his country, and has been given dispensation to travel for tonight’s game after testing negative for Covid-19.

    Facing the group’s overwhelming favourites in the opener is far from ideal, however, the Welsh can take heart from their recent record against the Red Devils.

    The Dragons are unbeaten in four games with Belgium, and, in their last meeting, were 3-1 victors in a Euro 2016 quarter-final on what remains their greatest night.

    Wales will again be without manager Ryan Giggs as he awaits a decision on his arrest over suspicion of assault, but caretaker coach Rob Page insists it’s business as usual for his players.

    Aaron Ramsey and Ben Davies have withdrawn from the squad due to injury, but skipper Gareth Bale is available while Wales’ most-capped player, Chris Gunter, will make his 100th appearance for his country if involved.

    We’ll have confirmation of tonight’s teams shortly with the action due underway at Den Dreef at 7.45pm.

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