Wales’ impressive start to Euro 2016 qualifying is sure to come under close scrutiny in Belgium, but with the world’s most expensive footballer within their ranks, Chris Coleman’s side have always got a chance.
The Welsh are still labelled big 10/1 outsiders to claim a famous victory against the star-studded Belgian side, but punters wishing to cash in on the contest, may first wish to consider these two price boosts first.
Gareth Bale to score first was 7/1 now 10/1
Real Madrid’s dearest asset is no stranger to goals whether turning out for the Spanish giants or his native land.
In fact, Bale scored the opening goal on his last appearance on La Liga against local rivals Rayo Vallecano, which represented his eighth of the season.
Two of those eight strikes came in a Welsh shirt against Andorra back in September and given the fleet-footed Welshman has returned to form after injury; this is a tasty price indeed.
Eden Hazard to score first was 4/1, now 6/1
Chelsea’s own left-sided schemer may well be on a similar path to stardom which Bale has undertook, such have been level of performances in the Premier League this season by the former Lille man.
Hazard’s trickery and acceleration are his most dangerous weapons, regularly leaving defenders embarrassed, but the winger also has a keen eye for goal.
The Blues midfielder has notched four times in his last nine games, not going more than two matches without scoring in that run before this qualifier.
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