BELGIUM VS ICELAND
Belgium odds towin 4/11
Iceland odds to win 7/1
Marouane Fellaini will seek to continue his recent resurgence when representing Belgium against Iceland in Wednesday night's international friendly, with this match having a kick-off time of 19.45 GMT.
Belgium team want to test themselves with a strong opponent before the qualification match with Wales. They are currently on the 3rd place in group B, but they played just 2 games, while Wales, who are leading, played 3 matches alread. After a successful World Cup in Brazil. The 26-year-old was dogged by niggling injuries after following David Moyes from Everton to Old Trafford but has put those problems behind to redeem his reputation under Louis van Gaal. "It’s difficult when you come in and then you stop for a few weeks or months because of injury, and you have to wait again,” he told Inside United magazine. "I want to stay fit now – very fit. I feel I can be dangerous if I stay fit." Belgium boss Marc Wilmots will be hoping he can replicate a stunning recent strike for United versus West Brom on the international stage as he features in a strong-looking starting line-up for the Iceland match. Red Devils teammate Adnan Januzaj also gets the nod, alongside Chelsea pair Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard, plus fit-again Aston Villa forward Christian Benteke. Belgium have made a solid start to their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, picking up four points from a 6-0 rout of Andorra and a 1-1 draw in Bosnia & Herzegovina, with their next game in that competition being a home fixture versus Wales on Sunday. Iceland, meanwhile, have got off to a flyer in Group A, recording three straight victories over Turkey, Latvia and Holland, with a trip to the Czech Republic coming on Sunday. National coaches Lars Lagerback and Heimir Hallgrímsson have added Rosenborg defender Holmar Orn Eyjolfsson to their squad as cover for Rotherham's Kari Arnason, who is battling to recover from a broken toe.