WHAT DO WALES NEED TO DO?
Belgium have sealed first place in Group E, therefore automatic qualification to the 2022 World Cup is off the table for Wales.
The Dragons have a position in the play-offs guaranteed thanks to their Nations League finish but would still make their life easier if they finished second.
Rob Page’s men need at least a draw to cement their place as the group’s runners-up as they are three points away from third-placed Czech Republic, who host Estonia.
If Wales and the Czechs end on the same points, second place will go to the team with the best goal difference or, failing that, the one with most goals scored.
Therefore, a point against the world’s top-ranked team would potentially secure home semi-final advantage