Belgium vs Wales Betting Tips

 Belgium are hosting Wales at the King Power at Den Dreef Stadium in Belgium on 25th March 2021 Thursday at 1:15 AM IST. Gareth Bale against Romelu Lukaku in what is the beginning of a much-awaited international break following the gruelling club football matches all year round. Belgium start favourites for Qatar 2022 while Wales might try to upset them big time.

Belgium Form & Team News

The number one placed team in the FIFA rankings presently only for the first time in their footballing history tells about the present generation of players who might as well be called the Golden Generation given the Belgium side win some substantial trophies in the years to come. They are part of Group E in the Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifiers. Belgium are on a four-match winning streak across competitions. Playing at home too, the team from Belgium are on a three-match winning streak. The side which finished as the Runners Up in the 2018 FIFA World Cup to winners France would want to go one step further this time and given their current squad who are all mainstays for their particular clubs, Belgium can well and truly aim for nothing less than a top finish at Qatar 2022 and etch their own footballing folklore.

The Roberto Martinez coached side boasts of some of the biggest names in Football presently with the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Dries Mertens, Thorgan Hazard and Christian Beneteke part of the strike force while the mercurial Kevin De Bruyne, Youri Tielemans, Yannick Carrasco in the midfield and Toby Alderwield, Thomas Meunier, Jan Vertonghen and Timothy Castagne consists in the defence. The spectacular Real Madrid regular Thibaut Courtois will guard the goals. The Key player going into the fixture and also in the years to come is Kevin De Bruyne with his midfield brilliance and equally brilliant attacking prowess.  

Wales Form & Team News

Wales are the 18th ranked side as per the FIFA rankings. They were unbeaten in the UEFA Nations League last year with five wins and a draw to speak of. They won against Finland, and Bulgaria twice while against Ireland, they won one and drew the other. They are placed in Group E of the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifiers with the likes of Belgium, Czech Republic, Belarus and Estonia all in the same group. The top two teams qualify. Wales have been on a stellar run of late with as many as seven wins in the last ten matches. While playing away, they have won their last game against Bulgaria. The Welsh are still to qualify for the World Cups ever since the then golden generation of Welsh football made headlines with their stellar run in the 1958 Sweden Worldcup. A 17-year-old Pele broke the Welsh dream then. 

The legendary Ryan Giggs is managing the squad. At goal, Danny Ward of Leicester City or Wayne Hennessey of Crystal Palace might slot in. The defence line has Ethan Ampadu, Neco Williams, Ben Davies, Joe Rodon and Chris Mepham all in the flanks. The midfield has Daniel James of Manchester United, Harry Wilson, Dylan Levitt, Tyler Roberts, and Joe Allen among the others. One notable player missing here is the Juventus superstar Aaron Ramsey who is set to miss out due to an injury. The forward line has Bale, Matondo and Moore to select from for Giggs. The absence of Ramsey is a major blow but Daniel James has all abilities to slot in to the mix and bosses the midfield in the years to come. Gareth Bale’s wish is to play the WorldCup and given that his onfield display is all which will make his wish come true if the Welsh are to play at Qatar 2022 World Cup after more than 60 years.

Odds by Casumo

Belgium are favourites to win according to the Casumo Sportsbook. They are placed at 1.29 odds while Turkey is placed at 10.00. The odds for a draw is 5.30.

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Our Tipster’s Angle

The odds favouring Belgium big time. They are number one for a reason and with the sort of players up their flanks, Belgium most likely to end up on the winning side. Wales might fight it out but the likes of Bale or James might just as well find it difficult to contain a rampaging Lukako, Mertens and De Bruyne combination. A good number of goals expected from this game just like all Belgium games nowadays. 

Tip 1: Total Goals Over 2.5

The last head to head game involving Wales and Belgium with Wales hosting the match ended with a scoreline of 3-1 to Wales, which states the total goal count was more 2.5. Belgium in the last five matches across competitions have had four matches where the total goals was more than 2.5. At home in the last three matches, Belgium have had two matches that had more than 2.5 goals in total. Wales in their last game against Finland in the UEFA Nations League in late 2020 played at Wales finished with a 3-1 scoreline with Wales winning and the total goal count more than 2.5 goals. And with the likes of Lukako, Mertens, De Bruyne, Bale, and James all in both the teams, goals are expected to fly in from everywhere. So We can say the total goal count may be more than 2.5. The odds for the Total Goals to be over 2.5 is 1.68 according to the Casumo Sportsbook.

Tip 2: Total Goals By Belgium Under 2.5

In the last five matches, Belgium have played across competitions, their respective goal count has been under 2.5 in four of the five games with only the last match against relatively easier opponents Denmark finishing with Belgium scoring more than 2.5 goals. Otherwise, they have scored more than two goals in any of the other matches. At home, Belgium have three games in the last four matches where they scored under 2.5 goals as a team. In the head to heads too, Belgium have scored under 2.5 goals in four of the last five matches that they have played against Wales. Wales on the other hand have stopped their opponent from scoring more than 2.5 goals in four of the last five matches which shows their defensive prowess. Thus we can safely say Belgium might as well score less than 2.5 goals in this fixture. According to the Casumo Sportsbook, the odds for Belgium to score under 2.5 goals is 1.56.


A cracking game on the cards with two of the best strikers in the world locking horns in national colours. The Number one ranked football team might finish on the winning side but Wales are not an easy block to move aside. The International football season will be off to a rousing start with this game. Summarising on a couple of tips from above:

  1. Total Goals Over 2.5 @ 1.68
  2. Total Goals By Belgium Under 2.5 @ 1.56

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