Wales welcome Israel to the Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday September 6 as they look to close in on a place at Euro 2016 (Kick Off at 17.oo UK time).
Should the home side win, they will confirm their place among the continental elite with two games to go…a truly remarkable achievement.
What makes Wales’ form during the qualifying campaign even more impressive is that qualification would mean their first appearance at a major international tournament since 1958, ending a remarkable exile from the international high table.
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Wales will be missing Joe Ledley, who represents a considerable loss. The midfielder picked up an injury ahead of the contest with Cyprus, and after missing out that match, will again be absent.
He has been replaced by David Vaughan.
West Bromwich Albion defender James Chester is another injury concern, but ought to overcome his injury concerns to make the squad.
It remains to be seen whether Chris Coleman will look to reshuffle his pack ahead of the qualifier, following a taxing evening in Cyprus.
Gareth Bale was just one player to admit that the Mediterranean humidity affected the Welsh, and changes may be necessary.
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However, Coleman has admitted that he will look to stick with the tried and tested for the decisive qualifier.
“The players are honest,” he began, speaking to the BBC. “If they feel like they’ve got a problem then they won’t start.
“Physically we’ll look at our starting 11 and of course we’ll pick our strongest 11.
“But the guys who started out there in Cyprus did a great job and showed great discipline. They stuck to the challenge and the game plan.
“So we have got the option if we want to mix it up but we can also do that within the game. But physically the lads are OK.”
Predicted Wales XI vs. Israel: Hennessey, Gunter, Williams, Richards, Davies, King, Edwards, Taylor, Bale, Ramsey, Robson-Kanu
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