Belgium vs Wales Live Score and Live Stream

Live Coverage

Belgium played Wales within World Cup Europe, Qualification: Group E on March 24. The match kicked off 19:45 UTC. Belgium won 3-1.

Harry Wilson scored the first goal on the 10th minute of the game followed by goals from Kevin de Bruyne, Thorgan Hazard and Romelu Lukaku, who made the final score 3-1.

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Live Streaming

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Line-Ups

We are updating team formations and line-ups for Belgium - Wales in real time.

Belgium kicked off the game with Thibault Courtois, Jan Vertonghen, Thomas Vermaelen, Toby Alderweireld, Thorgan Hazard, Youri Tielemans, Leander Dendoncker, Thomas Meunier, Dries Mertens, Romelu Lukaku and Kevin de Bruyne as starters, with Michy Batshuayi, Christian Benteke, Timothy Castagne, Koen Casteels, Jason Denayer, Jeremy Doku, Thomas Foket, Adnan Januzaj, Simon Mignolet, Dennis Praet, Leandro Trossard and Hans Vanaken on the bench.

Wales's starting eleven were Danny Ward, Joe Rodon, James Lawrence, Christopher Mepham, Neco Williams, Ethan Ampadu, Joe Allen, Connor Roberts, Gareth Bale, Harry Wilson and Daniel James, with Benjamin Cabango, Adam Davies, Christian Gunter, Wayne Hennessey, Thomas Lawrence, Kieffer Moore, Joe Morrell, Davies Rhys Norrington, Tyler Roberts, Hal Robson-Kanu, Matt Smith and Jonathan Williams on the bench.

Referee showed the yellow card twice throughout the game. Thorgan Hazard and Connor Roberts were the ones to receive it.

Stats

Explore stats from Belgium vs Wales on ScoreBat - we are updating the numbers on this page every second of the game.

  • Ball Possession: 71 - 29
  • Total Attempts: 12 - 4
  • Shots On Target: 4 - 1
  • Saves: 0 - 2
  • Corners: 4 - 1
  • Completed Passes: 814 - 235
  • Fouls: 12 - 3
  • Total Passes: 897 - 304

Head-to-head

Belgium and Wales have met 3 times since November 2014. 1 match ended in a draw while Wales have won twice. The most recent match between them took place on July 1, 2016 at the 1/4 final of Euro-2020 where Wales won 3-1. Belgium have scored 1 goal in these 3 head-to-head matches in total while Wales have scored 4. So, overall, Wales have a better head-to-head record against Belgium in their recent history.

Belgium have won 2 of their 3 matches in Europe, Qualification: Group E, drawing 1 and having 0 defeats this season. They have scored 12 goals - 4.00 per match, conceding 2 - 0.67 per match. Wales have won 1 of their 2 matches in Europe, Qualification: Group E, drawing 0 and having 1 defeat this season. They have scored 2 goals - 1.00 per match, conceding 3 - 1.50 per match.

Recent Form

Belgium are on a winning streak - they have won Denmark, England, Switzerland and Iceland in their previous 4 matches while Wales are on a winning streak - they have won Finland and Ireland in their previous 2 matches. Overall, Belgium have won 17 of their last 20 matches, losing 2 and drawing 1, while Wales have won 11 of their last 20 matches, losing 5 and drawing 4. In their most recent 6 matches Belgium have won 4 times (4-2 against Denmark on 18th of November, 2-0 against England on 15th of November, 2-1 against Switzerland on 11th of November and 1-2 against Iceland on 14th of October), lost once (2-1 against England on 11th of October) and drew once (1-1 against Cote d’Ivoire on 8th of October). In their most recent 6 matches Wales have won 3 times (3-1 against Finland on 18th of November, 1-0 against Ireland on 15th of November and 0-1 against Bulgaria on 14th of October), lost once (3-0 against England on 8th of October) and drew twice (0-0 against USA on 12th of November and 0-0 against Ireland on 11th of October).

Team Streaks

  • Belgium have gone 10 consecutive home matches without a defeat.
  • Belgium have gone 5 consecutive matches without a draw.
  • Wales haven't lost in their previous 5 matches.

Live Standings

As always, World cup Europe, Qualification: Group E's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Belgium are the leaders in the table with 7 points after 3 matches, while Wales are 3rd with 3 points in 2 matches.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Belgium and Wales in real time. You can watch the goals by Harry Wilson, Kevin de Bruyne, Thorgan Hazard and Romelu Lukaku as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Belgium - Wales are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.

Live Commentary

  1. Full Time
    Match ends. Belgium 3, Wales 1.
  2. 76'
    Connor Roberts is shown the yellow card.
  3. 75'
    Thorgan Hazard is shown the yellow card.
  4. 73'
    3 - 1
    Romelu Lukaku scores from the penalty spot for Belgium making the score 3 - 1.
  5. Kick-off
    Second half begins
  6. Half Time - 2 : 1
    First half ends.
  7. 28'
    2 - 1
    Thorgan Hazard scores for Belgium.
  8. 22'
    1 - 1
    Kevin de Bruyne scores for Belgium.
  9. 10'
    0 - 1
    Harry Wilson scores for Wales.
  10. Kick-off
    First half begins