Wales will be looking to get things back on track with victory over Serbia tonight in their World Cup Qualifier from Cardiff (KO 19:45).
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Wales will be out to overtake Serbia at the top of Group D when they met in Cardiff City Stadium later tonight.
The Welsh currently sit third in the group, two points behind the leaders having drawn with Austria and Georgia in their last two games.
Along with Ireland, Serbia have been the early pace-setters in the group and top it ahead of Martin O’Neill’s side. The Serbian’s showed their potential in their last outing beating Euro 2016 qualifiers Austria 3-2 on their own patch.
Newcastle United striker Aleksander Mitrovic scored two goals in that game and according to his team-mate, Welsh star Paul Dummet, his physicality will pose a problem.
“He’s a big physical presence and showed how much danger he caused in the game [the 2-1 win over Cardiff on Saturday] with how physical he is, when the ball goes in the box and how he holds it up. I’ll give my thoughts to the manager and the other players and hopefully he doesn’t have too much effect.”
Dummet is vying with Neil Taylor to start for Wales after Tottenham defender Ben Davies pulled out with injury. Sunderland’s Adam Matthews, who is on loan at Bristol City has also being included in the squad.
The big news for the Welsh however is the return of key midfielder Aaron Ramsey. The Arsenal star has missed the last three international due to injury but is in line to start on Saturday.
Serbia meanwhile have added an unknown element to their squad with the inclusion of three uncapped players in the shape of goalkeeper Aleksandar Jovanovic, midfielder Nemanja Radoja and striker Aleksandar Pesic.
24 year old Pesic is currently with Serie A side Atlanta and has scored three goals in 9 appearances for the U21 side.
betting wise, Wales are understandably favourites to take all three points at a price of 6/4, although they will have to improve dramatically if they are to take the win tonight. Serbia can be backed at 9/4 to take a shock away win while the stalemate is available at 11/5 across the board.
Once again Gareth Bale takes all the money in the first goalscorer market at around 4/1, however as mentioned above new customers with Coral can pick up 33/1 on the Welsh captain to score first.
The returning Aaron Ramsey could also reward punters and bring home a decent return at a price of 9/1 to find the net first.
It should be a cagey and nervy affair in Cardiff, but its that man Bale who could once again make the difference with a moment of world class quality.
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