Belgium vs Wales Betting Tip 1 AH-1 – 22 September 2022

Red Devils to see off Dragons in Group 4 clash

Kevin De Bruyne / Belgium ©IMAGO / Belga 21.09.2022

Belgium v Wales
22 September 1945hrs
Football – Europe – Nations League
Pick Belgium AH-1
Bookmaker bet365
Odds: 1.58 odds taken 1400 GMT, Tuesday 20th September

Thursday evening brings us the return of the Nations League and features this upcoming clash in League A/Group 4 between Belgium and Wales at Stade Roi Baudouin with Belgium looking to grab all three points in an effort to draw level with leaders, Netherlands, while Wales need a result to boost their chances of League A survival.

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Belgium Preview – Can Red Devils use home advantage?

Belgium were handed what seemed like an unexpected heavy 4-1 defeat at home to Netherlands in their opening match in Group 4 but Roberto Martinez’s side have managed to stage a recovery in their subsequent three group games to lift them back into 2nd spot although they still trail the Dutch by a three-point margin ahead of Thursday night’s clash.

Home and away wins against Poland, winning 6-1 and 1-0 respectively, along with a 1-1 draw away from home against Wales has seen a revival from the Red Devils and they’ll now be looking to make the most of home advantage on Thursday evening where the hosts have lost just three out of their last 42 games on home soil.

This particularly strong looking record at home should give Belgium a timely boost ahead of the visit of Wales and although recent fixtures between these two nations have ended in 1-1 draws (this season’s Nations League and a World Cup qualifier last November), Belgium did record a 3-1 home win over the Welsh in their last meeting at home back in March of last year.

Interestingly, it’s been the likes of Michy Batshuayi-Atunga and Leandro Trossard that have provided the majority of the goals for Belgium with both players notching twice while midfielder Yoeri Tielemans has also chipped in with two assists as well to date and the Red Devils will be urging these players to produce greater things on Thursday night.

Our betting suggestion:
Both teams to score

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odds taken 1400 GMT, Tuesday 20th September



Wales Preview – Can Dragons fire up?

Wales look to have a mountain to climb on Thursday evening when they make their way to Brussels to take on high-flying 2nd placed Belgium at the Stade Roi Baudouin, especially as the visitors currently sit rock bottom of Group 4 with just a solitary point to their name, thanks to a 1-1 draw at home with the Red Devils in mid-June.

However, three defeats in their opening four games in the group stage of this year’s Nations League campaign has taken its toll on The Dragons as the visitors have slipped to defeats against Poland 2-1 away from home, a 2-1 loss at home to Netherlands and then losing again to the Dutch in a 3-2 loss on the road last time out.

Having now won just once in their last six matches overall across all competitions, which came in the form of a narrow 1-0 home win against Ukraine in their recent World Cup qualifier play-off final, Wales look to have their work cut out if they’re to even nick what would seem an unlikely point in Brussels.

Results away from home have also been sporadic as Wales have managed to collect just three wins out of their last 10 outings on their travels with wins gained at Turkey, Belarus and Estonia but early back to back losses away from home in this season’s Nations League at Poland and Netherlands do not bode well for this upcoming visit to Belgium.

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Belgium v Wales


Key Facts – Belgium v Wales Tip

  • Belgium have lost just 3 out of their last 42 games on home soil
  • Wales have managed to collect just 3 wins out of their last 10 away outings
  • Belgium recorded a 3-1 win against Wales in the last home meeting in Brussels


It’s true that the previous two meetings between Belgium and Wales have both ended in 1-1 draws but both results were on Welsh home soil, while Belgium now hold home advantage and they will be keen to replicate their last result at home against The Dragons, where they registered a 3-1 win and another similar scoreline could unfold here this Thursday evening.

In addition, Belgium also have the added incentive of needing all three points in order to stay in touch with the Group 4 leaders, Netherlands, as well, so the hosts should be too strong for their visitors in this encounter.

The best betting odds for Belgium v Wales

Belgium to win: 1.36 at bet365
Draw: 4.75 at bet365
Wales to win: 9.00 at bet365