Belgium vs Wales Live Stream – Watch Online from Koning Boudewijn Stadion

Latest Belgium v Wales live stream schedule, plus odds and match preview from this crucial Euro Qualifier.

In-form Wales complete a quintet of home nation sides that are in the form of their lives.

The Group B leaders will be out to extend their lead at the top when they take on one of the pre-tournament favourites, Belgium in the Koning Boudewijn Stadium in Brussels.

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Chris Coleman’s side have made a strong start to the group with wins over Andorra and Cyprus sandwiched in between a hard fought draw with Serbia.

The Welsh are currently three points ahead of their weekend rivals however they have played a game more.

Coleman suffered a blow before the game with the news that Jonny Williams has withdrawn from the squad. The on-loan Ipswich midfielder sustained a groin injury during last weekend’s 1-0 win over Watford at Portman Road and is set for a short spell on the sidelines.

Also missing for the Welsh is Leicester midfielder Andy King. King was sent off against Cyprus last month and will serve a two game suspension as a result, while striker Simon Church, Sam Vokes and David Edwards are also out with injuries.

However it is not all doom and gloom with Gareth Bale making a goal scoring return to action after 5 games out for Real Madrid last weekend while Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey and Liverpool star Joe Allen, both absentee’s for the last set of fixtures, back in the squad.

Belgium meanwhile are set to be boosted by the inclusion of the fit-again Christian Benteke. The Villa forward was a notable absentee at the world cup and has not played for his country since March.

The two countries have met on 10 separate occasions with the Belgian’s dominating proceedings, losing just three times. The Red Devils last lost to the Welsh in 1993 and since then they have won three and drawn one.

All those games have been world cup qualifiers with the 1-1 draw the Welsh achieved in October 2013 their best performance to date against one of the emerging big guns of European football.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.