Wales v Belgium start time, TV channel, team news and live stream details for the Nations League match

Wales will host Belgium in their third match of the 2022/23 Nations League group tonight.

The yellow-carded Red Dragons lost their first two games of the competition having focused all their attention on winning over Ukraine to reserve their place at the World Cup in Qatar. Belgium enter the competition after beating Poland 6-1 last time. Here’s everything you need to know about the match at Cardiff City Stadium:

What time is Wales-Belgium kick-off?

The Wales-Belgium route 19:45 Saturday 11 June.

Which TV channel is Wales v Belgium on?

S4C will broadcast the game live. Their coverage begins at 7.15pm. Premier Sports will also screen the match. Coverage on their number one channel starts at 7:35 pm. Alternatively, you can follow along live updates on the WalesOnline match blog.

How can I stream the game?

S4C Clic’s streaming service is showing the game. S4C coverage is also available on BBC iPlayer while Premier Sports has the match on their official website.

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What’s the latest team news?

Kieffer Moore has retired from the squad due to a back injury. Joe Morrell will miss the game after sustaining a broken toe in the 2-1 defeat to the Netherlands on Wednesday night, while Danny Ward is unavailable due to a knee problem.

Wayne Hennessey is available for missing the midweek clash with the Netherlands. Salford City goalkeeper Tom King has been called up as a cover for Ward.

As for Belgium, they will have to do without Romelu Lukaku, Dries Mertens, Charles De Ketelaere and Amadou Onana while Koen Casteels will start on goal.

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What did Rob Page say?

Welsh Chief Rob Page: “We fear no one. We are at this level because we have earned the right to be at this level. We absolutely respect them [Belgium] as a team and as a nation, what the manager has done is exceptional.

“I don’t think he will ever go away from his beliefs and how he wants to play. Regardless of who the starting 11 are, we expect a difficult match. It will be a fun match and a difficult match for us, but we will be ready for it.”

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What are the latest betting odds?

Wales wins – 3/1

Drawing – 5/2

Belgium wins – 5/6

(Odds courtesy of Sky Bet, correct at time of publication. Please play responsibly.)

Who is the referee?

Benoît Bastien will handle the proceedings in Cardiff. The Frenchman will be assisted by Hicham Zakrani and Aurélien Berthomieu while Thomas Leonard is the fourth official. Benoît Millot is the assistant video referee.

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How does the group currently look?

League A, Group 4

1 Netherlands – P2; W2; D0; L0; GD + 4; Points 6

2 Belgium – P2; W1; D0; L1; GD + 2; Points 3

3 Poland – P2; W1; D0; L1; GD-4; Points 3

4 Wales – P2; W0; D0; L2; GD-2; 0 points

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