World Cup Qualifiers live streaming : Faroe Islands v Germany, Hungary v Estonia, Andorra v Netherlands plus Wales v Serbia

World Cup Qualifying continues with Faroe Islands v Germany, Hungary v Estonia, Andorra v Netherlands plus Wales v Serbia live streaming with Bet365.

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Its been a rough few days for Wales with Chris Coleman forgetting his passport and delaying his arrival to oversee proceedings before Friday’s frustrating 2-1 loss in Macedonia and the confirmation that Gareth Bale will not start in Tuesday’s match against Serbia.

The newly signed Real Madrid man has been ruled out with a groin injury picked up in training last Thursday meant he was only fit enough to make the bench for the match in Skopje and Coleman has not named him in the starting team for Serbia’s visit to Cardiff City Stadium though he did take part in training on Monday.

Those that do start will have revenge in mind after the 6-1 loss they suffered in the reverse fixture 12 months ago with defender Sam Ricketts saying that the team would be determined to even things up against the Serbs.

“You always look back at sides that have beaten you like that and they are the results you want to avenge,” the Wolves player said.

Ricketts is a doubt for the game after limping off in Skopje but Coleman has gone back on his assertion last week that Bale would not be ready to make any appearance due to not having played any football since July by saying “there is a small chance” he could come off the bench for half an hour.

With Wales adrift in Group A along with Scotland, Macedonia and their opponents tomorrow night it is unlikely that Coleman will risk any further injury to his star man even if the game is in the balance in the closing stages.

Ricketts said that despite their lowly standing in this campaign he was hopeful for the future of the country with the quality of players coming through to the international set up.

“We know there is huge talent in this squad and a number of youngsters with a lot of caps and a lot of experience,” the centre back said having picked up his 50th cap against Macedonia.

“There are four or five players coming through who played [against Macedonia] and will all go on to win 50 caps. The future is still looking good, the attacking players we have are very special and if we control the game like we did against Macedonia then more often than not we will win.”

Wales will be without captain Ashley Williams who is suspended for the game.


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