Gareth Bale is back in the Wales selection before facing the Red Devils
Belgium will travel to Wales on November 16 for the last qualifying match for the 2022 World Cup. The Welsh can count on a reinforcement of choice in the person of their captain Gareth Bale who is available again after an injury.
Gareth Bale returns to Wales for the final two 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Belarus (November 13) and Belgium (November 16). The Real Madrid player is on the list of 28 players unveiled Monday by coach Robert Page.
Bale, 32, missed the last qualifying matches in October with a hamstring injury. The Welsh captain, who has 99 caps, is making a comeback, as is Tottenham defender Ben Davies.
Robert Page can also count on the presence of his other executives such as Aaron Ramsey (Juventus), Joe Allen (Stoke City) or Daniel James (Leeds United).
Wales currently share 2nd place in Group E of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. The Welsh have 11 points, the same total as Czechia who have played one game more. Belgium leads with 16 points.
The Welsh will receive Belarus on November 13 before hosting the Red Devils on November 16 in Cardiff for the last two qualifying matches.
The winners of the ten groups are directly qualified for Qatar. The ten runners-up will contest the play-offs with two Nations League group winners who are not in the top two of their qualifying group.