World Cup Qualifying Group A Odds : Croatia v Belgium Live Streaming as Wales look to move off bottom with victory against Macedonia

Its Croatia v Belgium live streaming and Wales v Macedonia odds as the Croatian game takes centre stage from World Cup Qualifying Group A,  with Bet365 announcing they have a live stream of the game available to watch through their website.

Wales are clear 11/8 favourites to inflict a defeat on Macedonia meanwhile Belgium could qualify for the World Cup with a win against Croatia in Zagreb

Belgium will be without central defender Vincent Kompany who is out with a thigh strain that he picked up during the week although Marouane Fellaini will be fit despite nursing a wrist injury that he acquired during national training.

The Croatian squad is at full strength and manager Igor Stimac will be hoping that both Mario Mandzukic and Ivica Olic will be able to translate their good form in the Bundesliga into goals on the international stage and give the side once last chance of picking up automatic qualification to Brazil.

Croatia v Belgium : Best Odds
Croatia icon1 6/4
Draw icon1 23/10
Belgium icon1 15/8

Wales will be hoping that the good form of several key players will be enough to help them move off the bottom of Group A with a win against Macedonia in Cardiff.

It has been a campaign to forget for Wales who have only picked up 6 points over their 8 games so far and are a point behind their opponents tonight.

Many eyes will turn to Aaron Ramsey who regains the captain’s armband for the night with Ashley Williams and Craig Bellamy out of the squad with injury problems.

Ramsey has been in lightning form for Arsenal in the Premier League this season having scored 8 goals in 10 games and helping The Gunners to sit top of the table after the first 7 games.

The world’s second most expensive player Gareth Bale will also miss the tie with a thigh injury as will Sam Vokes meaning that Chris Coleman could turn to young Liverpool winger Harry Wilson who at 16 will become the youngest ever player to appear for Wales should he come on during the tie.

Macedonia have failed to have any impact on Group A and they currently sit second from bottom in Group A with 6 points having won twice in the camping including defeating Wales in Skopje in the last meeting between the two.

The Macedonian side will be boosted by the return of several key players including midfield duo Dejan Blazevski and Muhamad Demiri who missed the last couple of ties.

However, a couple of players will still miss the game such as creative midfielder Ivan Trickovski who is injured meanwhile Goran Popov’s argument with senior officials has seen him left out of the entire squad.

In the other Group A tie, Belgium could qualify for their first World Cup in 16 years if they are able to at least draw with Croatia in Zagreb on Friday night.

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