Both players were included in Belgium’s previous international squads but have a much better chance of featuring in these Euro 2016 qualifiers because they are coming in after some good form, Fellaini in particular.
The burly midfielder has enjoyed a mini renaissance with recent performances against West Brom, Chelsea and Manchester City earning him deserved plaudits. Belgium boss Wilmots always stuck by Fellaini even during his toughest times under David Moyes and will be pleased to see him performing so well.
As for Januzaj, he had to remain patient after not featuring much under Louis van Gaal but consecutive starts against Chelsea and Manchester City have brought him right back into first-team football.
— Belgian Red Devils (@BelRedDevils) November 6, 2014