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Wales and Belgium face at the Cardiff City Stadium, in a match for the 6ª round of the Euro 2016 Qualification.
The head to head history favours Belgium. In the last 9 matches they register 4 wins, 3 draws and 2 losses.

Analysis of Wales

Bale’s team is in the 2nd position of Group B, with 11 points, after 3 wins and 2 draws. In their last match, Wales won 3-0 against Israel.
Analyzing the statistical data, their defensive quality is evident, since they have only suffered an average of 0,4 goals per match so far. They are the second best defence of the group, since Belgium has conceded the least goals so far.
However, their best weapon is in offense, since Gareth Bale is their best player. With the help of Real Madrid’s player, Wales has scored 7 goals so far.
Probable Line-up: Wayne Hennessey; Chris Gunter, Ashley Williams, James Chester, Neil Taylor; Joe Allen, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Ledley; Gareth Bale, David Cotterill, Sam Vokes.
Coach: Chris Coleman

Confirmed Lineup: W. Hennessey, J. Richards, N. Taylor, A. Williams, C. Gunter, J. Chester, A. Ramsey, J. Ledley, H. Robson-Kanu, J. Allen, G. Bale.
Coach: C. Coleman.

Analysis of Belgium

Belgium has present good quality so far and promises to be one of the strongest European teams in the next years. In their last match, they won 4-3 against France, who are to organize the next edition of the European Cup. In this qualification, Marc Wilmots’s team are in the lead of the group, with 11 points, after 3 wins and 2 draws.
So far they have presented good versatility. In the 3 matches in which they opened up the score, Belgium has always been able to hold on to the lead. However, this would not have been possible without the quality of players of the like of Alderweireld, Kompany, Vertonghen and, most of all, Courtois.
In the last 5 rounds, Belgium has scored an average of 2,6 goals per match, but only 40% of the matches have ended with Over 2,5 goals.
Probable Line-up: Thibaut Courtois; Toby Alderweireld, Olivier Deschacht, Nicolas Lombaerts, Jan Vertonghen; Axel Witsel, Marouane Fellaini, Kevin De Bruyne; Eden Hazard, Dries Mertens, Christian Benteke.
Coach: Marc Wilmots

Confirmed Lineup: T. Courtois, J. Denayer, T. Alderweireld, J. Vertonghen, N. Lombaerts, A. Witsel, K. De Bruyne, R. Nainggolan, E. Hazard, C. Benteke, D. Mertens.
Coach: M. Wilmots.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is that Belgium will win. Analysing both team’s last matches, we expect Belgium to have the initiative and to create the best goal chances. Although they have the home advantage, Wales doesn’t seem to have the necessary arguments to beat Belgium.

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EC Qualification - 2016 France

  • 100% 268 / 268 Games

  • Home team wins 43.66%
  • Draws 18.66%
  • Away team wins 37.69%
  • Over 1.5 72.76%
  • Over 2.5 47.01%
  • Over 3.5 25%
  • Goals 700
  • Goals /match 2.61
  • Goals /match home 1.41
  • Goals /match away 1.2
  • Both teams score 38.81%
  • Goals after 80' 18.29%
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