Wales vs Austria Live Stream: How to Watch, Team News, Head to Head, Odds, Prediction and Everything You Need to Know

Gareth Bale of Wales and David Alaba of Austria side by side

A huge game lies ahead as Wales take on Austria in a battle for World Cup qualification.

A straight one-game knockout tie is ahead of us in Cardiff this Thursday, with one team advancing to the final of the qualification stage and the prospect of appearing in Qatar. The other – will be watching from home in December.

Austria find themselves lucky to be in this position of qualification, they’re only here courtesy of winning their Nations League Group, whereas Wales positioned second in their World Cup qualification group behind Belgium.

Whatever happens in this fixture, it should be a fantastic battle between two great international sides. It’ll be a shame to not see both in Qatar.

Here’s everything you need to know regarding Wales vs Austria.

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Fans applaud as the LED screen displays of Gary Speed during the World Cup Qualifier

Wales vs Austria will take place on Thursday 22nd March 2022 at the Cardiff City Stadium. The match will kick off at 7:45 PM UK time.

How To Watch

Football fans will be over the moon to hear that this World Cup qualifier will be televised live on Sky Sports. Coverage will start at 7:15 PM.

Live Stream

If you are looking to live stream this World Cup qualifier, you can do so via the Sky Sports streaming service or with your NOW TV subscription. A day pass is available for £9.99

You need to have an account or a day pass to access the live stream, so make sure you have everything you need prior to kick-off.

Team News

David Alaba of Austria looks on during the Group C match between Austria and North Macedonia

Both nations have named their squads for the match and starting XI’s will be confirmed just before kickoff.

Wales squad: Hennessey, A Davies, King, B Davies, Rodon, Cabango, Ampadu, Mepham, N Williams, Norrington-Davies, Roberts, Gunter, Levitt, Ramsey, Colwill, Morrell, Vaulks, Allen, Wilson, Williams, S Thomas, Ilsanker, Bale, Johnson, Harris, James, Matondo.

Austria squad: Bachmann, Lindner, Pentz, Alaba, Dragovic, Hinteregger, Lainer, Posch, Ulmer, Danso, Baumgartner, Grull, Laimer, Lazaro, Sabitzer, Schaub, Schlager, Seiwalk, Schopf, Arnautovic, Gregoritsch, Kalajdzic, Weimann.

Head To Head

Wales – 2

Draw – 1

Austria – 0


The bookie’s odds are as follows:

Wales – 7/4

Draw – 2/1

Austria – 17/10

Prediction: Wales 2 – 0 Austria

Gareth Bale of Wales celebrates his team's 3-1 win after the UEFA EURO 2016 quarterfinal.

Despite Austria being a decent side, they have never beaten Wales before. Combine this with the fact that Wales are unbeaten in seven games, have no injury worries and have the full support of the Cardiff City Stadium behind them – we think they’ll come out on top.

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