Wales vs Belgium FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for World Cup qualifier

WALES face a huge clash with Belgium as they look to secure a home World Cup qualifying play-off.

The Dragons need a draw to secure second place in Group E, which would leave them with the best possible chance of making it to Qatar.


Should they lose, Czech Republic would move into second place with a two-goal victory at home to Estonia.

That would mean Wales would still enter the World Cup play-off as a result of topping their Nations League group, but they would face an away semi-final, potentially against Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal.

What time does Wales vs Belgium kick off?

  • Wales take on Belgium on Tuesday, November 16.
  • The match kicks off at 7.45pm UK time – 8.45pm in Belgium.
  • It takes place at the Cardiff City Stadium.
  • The teams last met back in March, when Belgium ran out 3-1 winners in Leuven.

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

  • Wales vs Belgium is live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.
  • To stream the game live, head to your Sky Go account, the Sky Sports website or the Sky Sports app.
  • Non-Sky Sports subscribers can still watch all the action with a Now TV Day Pass from £9.99.
  • If you want to watch in Welsh, you can catch all the action live on S4C.

Can I watch Wales vs Belgium for free?

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

Team news

Wales' Ethan Ampadu is suspended for this one after picking up a booking against Belarus.

Chris Mepham or Chris Gunter are the leading candidates to step into the defence as Ampadu's replacement.

Gareth Bale is short of fitness but still likely to keep his starting place following his 100th cap on Saturday.

In a major boost to Wales' hopes, Belgium are without key man Romelu Lukaku, who is still recovering from injury and not in the Red Devils' squad.

Latest odds

Wales 12/5

Draw 9/4

Belgium 5/4

*Odds from Betfair correct as of Monday, November 15

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