Wales need just a point to finish second in a competitive Group E, with Belgium cantering to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar remaining unbeaten.
The Red Devils handed Wales their only loss of the qualifying stages earlier this year via a 3-1 win – is revenge in the air in Cardiff?
Check out our Bet Builder here, weighing in at 80/1!
- Aaron Ramsey to score anytime
- Jan Vertonghen to be booked
- Wales v Belgium – Draw
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Wales v Belgium Bet Builder Betting Tip:
Aaron Ramsey to score anytime
Aaron Ramsey has scored eight goals in his last 15 World Cup qualifiers and his eyes will be lighting up again on Tuesday night.
The Juventus midfielder is now only one of six players to score 20 or more goals for Wales, joining Gareth Bale (who misses Tuesday’s game), Ian Rush, Trevor Ford, Ivor Allchurch and Dean Saunders following his 70 caps and counting.
A lot of the Welsh creativity comes from the feet of the 30-year-old and we expect him to be heavily involved in the action.
Jan Vertonghen to be booked
Jan Vertonghen is no spring chicken.
The former Spurs centre-back has been booked in three of his last four appearances for the national side, and could well have his hands full again on Tuesday.
With Daniel James and Aaron Ramsey testing the speed and agility of the 34-year-old, another yellow looks likely.
Wales v Belgium – Draw
Wales are unbeaten in six after crashing out of the Euros to Denmark.
They’ve got a joker in their back pocket knowing that they already have a playoff place secured thanks to the Uefa Nations League, but will still be looking to make a statement in Cardiff.
Belgium and Roberto Martinez will be in cruise control on Tuesday night, allowing Wales to take full advantage.
A draw looks fair.
*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.