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Belgium will be looking to continue their current moment in the Uefa Nations League when they travel to the Cardiff City Stadium to take on Wales in their next Group A4 encounter on Saturday evening.


Wales will come into this game looking to redeem themselves after they suffered a 2-1 defeat to the Netherlands at the Cardiff City Stadium on Wednesday evening after Teun Koopmeiners and Wout Weghorst cancelled out Rhys Norrington-Davies’ 90th-minute equaliser.

Belgium, meanwhile, will be high in confidence after they secured their first win in the group stages following their comfortable 6-1 victory over Poland through a brace by Leandro Trossard and goals from Axel Witsel, Kevin De Bruyne, Leander Dendoncker and Loïs Openda at the Koning Boudewijn Stadion on Wednesday evening.

Coming into this fixture the Welsh side find themselves sitting in last place in the Group A4 standing with no points after two games, while Belgium are placed second-level on three points with Poland in third place.

In head-to-head stats between the two teams, the Welsh side has a slight advantage over the Red Devils with two wins out of five, while two matches have ended in stalemates, Belgium have only won one game in five against Wales.

Robert Page will be boosted by the return of Gareth Bale after being rested in midweek, while Danny Ward is expected to miss out with a knee issue, while Roberto Martínez will be without the services of the frontman Romelu Lukaku, who remains sidelined with an ankle injury.

Players To Watch:

Ben Davies: 
With the Tottenham Hotspur defender present in the Welsh squad they have kept six clean sheets in their last nine Nations League matches.

Kevin De Bruyne: The Manchester City star has been involved in six goals in his last six games for the Red Devils and he also scored against Wales in his previous meeting.

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