GOOD EVENING FROM CARDIFF
Welcome to our live coverage of Wales’ final 2022 World Cup qualifier against Belgium at Cardiff City Stadium.
Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale has been ruled out for the Dragons tonight after recording his 100th cap against Belarus on Saturday.
Bale returned to action after sitting out the last two months due to a hamstring injury but came off after 45 minutes and trained on his own on Monday.
Wales interim manager Rob Page will also be without Venezia’s Ethan Ampadu as the Chelsea loanee is suspended, but will be welcoming Cardiff’s Kieffer Moore back after the striker missed the Belarus win through a ban.
Belgium boss Roberto Martinez, on the other hand, will be missing Real Madrid stars Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois as well as Lyon’s Jason Denayer and Brugge’s Simon Mignolet.
With Courtois and Mignolet out then Blackburn goalkeeper Thomas Kaminski has high hopes of making his international debut in Cardiff.
Rennes’ Jeremy Doku, Besiktas’ Michy Batshuayi, Chelsea’s Romelu Lukaku, Al-Duhail’s Toby Alderweireld, Vissel Kobe’s Thomas Vermaelen and Leicester’s Youri Tielemans have also been ruled out.
Belgium have already qualified for the World Cup in Qatar while Wales need at least a point to guarantee second place after sealing a place in the play-offs thanks to their Nations League finish