Wales may be celebrating being the last Home Nation left in Euros, but in Belgium they face their sternest test tonight.
Eden Hazard’s side, ranked second in the world, are tournament top scorers and laid down a big marker in the last 16 with a 4-0 win over Hungary.
However, Wales are no slouches in front of goal themselves, trailing their opponents’ tally by only one overall.
A fiery encounter is expected on a freshly-laid Stade Pierre Mauroy Lille Metropole pitch still causing concern.
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Wales manager Chris Coleman will have breathed a sigh of relief with the news that skipper Ashley Williams has shaken off the shoulder injury that threatened to keep him out of the clash.
He will start in Lille, but it was not such good news for Marc Wilmots who has seen Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen ruled out with a torn ankle ligaments.
The Belgium manager has confirmed the 29-year-old is set for six to eight weeks out of action, and with Thomas Vermaelen also suspended Belgium face something of a defensive crisis.
Wilmots may turn to 21-year-old Jason Denayer in the heart of the defence, while the relatively untried Jordan Lukaku could also deputise at left-back.
Ones to watch
Wales: Gareth Bale
Who else? Wales’ talisman has shouldered the weight of expectation on his shoulders seemingly without a care in the world, and currently is joint top of the individual goal-scorers charts with three strikes.
Bale has not been afraid to play mind games with his opposition so far in the competition – goading England before their ‘battle of Britain’ clash in the group stages – and after a draw in Brussels and a 1-0 win in Cardiff during the Euro 2016 qualification campaign, Bale believes Belgium will not be excited to be playing the Welsh again.
Belgium: Eden Hazard
The 25-year-old is undoubtedly a match-winner and seems to have recovered from a shocking season at Chelsea to rediscover some of the mesmerising play that saw him claim a host of gongs in 2015.
Hazard at his best will be a constant threat for Belgium, and his trickery and pace combined will almost certainly give Wales’ wing-backs a headache.
Returning to his former home in Lille the Belgium skipper will also be in familiar surroundings, so expect him to shine in this clash.
Wales surprisingly seem to hold the upper hand here, going unbeaten against their higher-ranked opponents in qualifying.
A 1-0 win in Cardiff followed a goalless draw away from home, and you have to go back to 2012 for Belgium’s last win over Wales in World Cup qualifying – although both men who scored that day, Vincent Kompany and Vertonghen, are out of this clash.
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