LIVE: Wales vs Belgium – Kieffer Moore hauls Robert Page’s side level after Kevin De Bruyne’s earlier strike as the hosts look to seal second spot in their group and earn a home play-off tie in bid to reach a first World Cup since 1958
- Wales host Belgium at the Cardiff City Stadium as part of World Cup qualifying
- Robert Page’s side need a win to ensure they get a home tie in the play-offs
- A draw on the night may suffice but it will hinge on results from other groups
- Wales XI: Ward, Roberts, Mepham, Rodon, Davies, Williams, Morrell, Allen, Ramsey, James, Moore
- Belgium XI: Casteels, Castagne, Boyata, Theate, Meunier, Witsel, De Bruyne, T. Hazard, Vanaken, De Ketelaere, Origi
- Read: How will the World Cup play-offs work and when is the draw?
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Wales know what they need to do as they look to finish qualifying for the 2022 World Cup on a high and secure a home tie for the play-offs in March.
Robert Page’s side are already secure of a play-off spot ahead of facing the No 1 ranked team in the world in Belgium on Tuesday night.
In order to get a home draw in the play-offs they need to finish second in their qualifying group and so need a win to keep destiny in their own hands.
Elsewhere, the Czech Republic face Estonia as they battle for a runner-up spot in Group E, while Group D and G also come to an enticing conclusion. We’ll keep you up-to-date across the board.