10. Belgium have won nine of their previous 11 games in all competitions. They are favourites to win at 1.28.
9. The hosts only lost one of those 11 matches – 0-1 to Argentina in the World Cup quarter-final. They are 1.04 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
8. Wales have only won one of their seven previous encounters with Belgium. The visitors can be backed at 11.00 to win.
7. Chris Coleman’s men have lost only one of their last eight games, winning four and drawing three. They are 3.65 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
6. Wales haven’t beaten Belgium since running out 2-0 winners in a World Cup qualifier in 1993. A repeat of that scoreline is priced at 56.00.
5. Belgium beat Wales 2-0 in Cardiff in the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign. An identical scoreline is available at 6.10.
4. The nations then drew 1-1 in the reverse fixture in Brussels, a repeat of which can be backed at 10.50.
3. Nacer Chadli has scored six goals in 10 Premier League appearances for Tottenham this season. The Belgian is 3.85 to score at any time.
2. Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are responsible for nine of Wales’ last 12 away goals. The former is 9.00 to open the scoring.
1. Belgian players have scored 127 goals in Europe’s big five leagues since the beginning of last season. Romelu Lukaku, who is responsible for 19 of those strikes, is 2.23 to find the net.