WALES take on Belgium in the Nations League tonight (Sept 22) with manager Rob Page saying they want to win the game.

Wales are currently bottom of their Nations League group but a win against Belgium could put them level on points with Poland, who they play on Sunday.

The last game between the two teams finished in a 1-1 draw at the Cardiff City Stadium but Page said: “There will be a team selected to go and beat Belgium.”

“We’ve got key players out so we have to get the balance right but we also want to stay in this division,” said Page.

“We want to go and win both games and that’s the message we’ve given to the players. There will be a team selected to go and beat Belgium. It will be a tough game, we know how they play in the main, but it’s about us and how we play.

“We will always look back to the first couple of games and there were points we could have picked up, but there was no way that I could have played the same team that beat Ukraine against Holland three days later, it was impossible to do so.

“There was also no way that I was going to risk any of top players in the first game against Poland. But we still have a chance of staying in the division and our full focus is on that.”

Belgium will still have hopes of finishing top of the group but they know they will not find it easy against Wales.

In their last Nations League game, Wales pushed Netherlands all the way before succumbing to a 3-2 defeat.

With Brennan Johnson scoring his first two international goals in the game with Belgium and against Netherlands, he will be looking to add to that tally.

Gareth Bale is also ready for the game and said his focus is on giving ‘everything’ they can to stay in Group A.

Bale said: “It’s good to be playing games and getting my fitness back up. I’m fit and available and that’s the main thing for me. I’m playing games and training and I’m getting stronger and getting fitter. We have a plan in LA and we don’t stray away from it too much.

“I’m definitely feeling a lot more sharper, playing games is good for me and it’s where I need to be and I need to maintain that level now. I just need to concentrate on the here and now and not look too far ahead. My focus now is on the next two Wales games and we’re going to give everything we can to stay in League A.”