Iceland will face Belgium in Group A2 of the UEFA Nations League on Wednesday, October 14th at 20:45 CET in Reykjavik.
Iceland vs Belgium: Live accumulation
Where can I watch the game on TV?
Fans can find local UEFA Nations League broadcast partners here
While they are standing
• Sunday's 3-0 home loss to Denmark put Iceland four points behind Group 2. Coach Erik Hamrén said that Aron Gunnarsson, Alfred Finnbogason, Jóhann Gudmundsson and Ragnar Sigurdsson will not play against Belgium.
• A 2-1 defeat in England ended the Red Devils' 13-game unbeaten streak (W12 D1), but Belgium was just one point behind the Group 2 leaders.
• Belgium won all of their previous 12 matches against Iceland and most recently beaten 5-1 in their first UEFA Nations League Group A2 match in September.
• Iceland scored the lowest; They had not done so in their previous eight games against Belgium as they lost 5-2 to the Red Devils at home in the 1957 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
What the coaches say
Iceland coach Erik Hamrén : “We had three tough matches in six days, both mentally and physically. My goal for these matches was to have as few players as possible start all three matches. Is this job harder? We have tough opponents in the Nations League and it is very difficult to score points. ”
Roberto Martínez, Belgium manager: “We played very well in the first half [in the defeat against England], but the second half was not good enough. That's why you lose the match. Although we had a few good chances. It's embarrassing to lose. . ”
15/11 : Denmark – Iceland
15/11 : Belgium – England