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It should be a bumper night of action, Scotland entertain Wales at Hampden Park on Friday evening in a World Cup Qualifier between two sides that have not had the best start to their respective campaigns.
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Wales have only managed to accumulate three points and Scotland have had an even worse start as they sit have claimed just two draws.
There are strong teams in this group – such as Belgium, Croatia and Serbia – so neither of these two are expected to qualify for the Brazil 2014, but this encounter is huge for new Scotland boss Gordon Strachan and Wales manager Chris Coleman.
The home side will be looking for their first win of the campaign here and many fans are coming to see their team play a different brand of football under Strachan than they did when Craig Levine was in charge.
If Scotland are able to come out and attack right from the off, they have a number of players capable of coming up with something special in front of goal.
Jordan Rhodes has got himself two goals in his last two matches for the national team and if given the chance to start here, he is likely to put a chance or two away yet again.
Also, Steven Fletcher is in the squad and still has to win over a few of the Scotland fans and finding the net against Wales would be the perfect way to do that.
Hampden Park is sure to be rocking for this clash and the Tartan Army will want something to cheer about after a miserable few years for the team. If they can come out on top here, the supporters will be behind Strachan and it could spark a good run of results for the Scots. They are at 5/6 to win this one.
As for Wales, all the talk is of course about Gareth Bale at the moment and it looks as though he is going to be fine to play after a minor injury kept him out of a couple of training sessions this week.
The Tottenham Hotspur attacker is in superb form right now and many believe he holds the key to Wales’ hopes of winning at Hampden Park. The away side are out at 4/1 to come out on top here and Bale is at 11/8 to score anytime. Both of these odds look to be excellent value.
Chris Coleman’s men won 2-1 when these two last met and it was Bale that grabbed all the headlines with two late goals. The manager will hope for a similar display this time out and if at their best, Wales can win in Scotland.
Aaron Ramsey needs to be on top of his game as well, especially with the absence of Joe Allen. Ramsey has to take control in the middle of the park and provide the service for the attackers.
It is all set for a fascinating 90 minutes between these two British rivals and the action gets underway from 8PM.