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Is Belgium vs Wales on TV? Channel and live stream

Robert Worthington

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Is Belgium vs Wales on TV? Channel and live stream

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Wales travel to Brussels this evening to face Belgium in the Nations League. Rob Page’s side must collect all three points to avoid relegation to League B.

Belgium on the other hand know that a victory will optimise their chances of winning their group and qualifying for the Finals.

Roberto Martinez’s team are unbeaten in their last three. Last time they faced Wales, they drew 1-1 in Cardiff.

With relegation looking likely, the focus for the British side in their remaining Nations League fixtures will be to pick up momentum ahead of the World Cup in November.

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They find themselves in the same group as England after qualifying for the competition via a 1-0 victory over Ukraine 3 months ago.

Here’s everything you need to know about Belgium Vs. Wales.

Is Belgium Vs Wales on TV? Channel and live stream

Belgium Vs Wales will be broadcast live in the UK on S4C, the Welsh language free-to-air television channel.

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Alternatively, viewers have the option to stream the game live on Premier Sports (subscription required).

What time does Belgium Vs Wales kick off?

Belgium Vs Wales will kick off at 7.45pm (BST) in Brussels at the King Baudouin Stadium. Coverage begins on S4C at 7.25pm.

Belgium Team News

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Roberto Martinez fielded a weakened Belgium side last time out against Poland in June, so expect changes today.

The likes of Kevin de Bruyne, Thibaut Courtois, Yannick Carrasco, and Eden Hazard are all likely to return to the side. Not news Wales will welcome at all.

Wales Team News

Wales also made a few changes last time out. Neither Aaron Ramsey nor Gareth Bale started for them against the Netherlands in June.

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Those two are expected to return to the starting XI alongside the likes of Connor Roberts and Neco Williams.



Topics: Wales, Belgium

Robert Worthington
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