Missing Players and team news:

Belgium thought they were going to be without leading goalscorer Romelu Lukaku for this match following a coronavirus outbreak at Inter Milan, but he joined up with his teammates on Monday and should therefore be available to start. Real Madrid forward Eden Hazard is once again absent from the squad because of another injury, while Axel Witsel is also sidelined for the long term, forcing Martinez into a central midfield shuffle. The Red Devils are blessed with depth pretty much in every position, none more so than in defence, where Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen and Jason Denayer are likely to get the nod in a back five. As for Wales, they will once again be without Aaron Ramsey because of an injury sustained with club side Juventus last week. The Dragons have picked up wins in Ramsey’s absence in the recent past, though, and Page also now has the bonus of Joe Allen’s return to the squad for the first time since 2019. Wayne Hennessey picked up an injury for Wales in October that kept him out of action until last month, but he has proved his fitness for Crystal Palace Under-23s and should therefore be okay to start on Wednesday. Gareth Bale is one of three Tottenham Hotspur players expected to feature for the visitors, along with defenders Joe Rodon and Ben Davies.

Belgium – Wales: Preview and Highest Odds

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