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Wales entertain Croatia in a World Cup Qualifying match at the Liberty Stadium on Tuesday evening and it should be a cracking 90 minutes of action.
Chris Coleman’s men are seven points behind their opponents in second place, so know this is a must win if they are to keep their slim World Cup hopes alive.
The hosts should be on a high after their 2-1 victory over Scotland on Friday night, which moved them into third place in this group.
It was the sending off of Robert Snodgrass that really changed the game and Wales took full advantage of Scotland losing a man as they turned the match on its head and scored two goals inside the final 20 minutes.
Gareth Bale had gone off injured before this incident, but he is likely to be fit for Tuesday’s clash and there is no doubt he is the main man for the home team this week. He looks good value to score first as well at 7/1.
Aaron Ramsey won’t be in action as he picked up a red card in the final minute at Hampden Park, so Coleman is a bit short in the middle of the park.
However, with confidence high and the Liberty Stadium sure to be rocking, Wales certainly have a chance of winning this one, as long as every player is on top of their game.
On paper, this should be a match Croatia are taking comfortably, but you can be sure the Welsh will put in a lot of effort and make this as tough as possible for the visitors.
A home win is available at 9/2.
As for Croatia, they have looked extremely strong in qualifying for the World Cup next year, winning four games and drawing one.
They are currently in second though due to Belgium’s superior goal-difference, so they will see Tuesday evening as the perfect chance to grab themselves a few goals.
Igor Stimac won’t allow any complacency though and knows that the Liberty won’t be an easy place to pick up the points, especially as Wales are in such a buoyant mood.
Luka Modric is likely to see a lot of the ball in this encounter and the home side will find it difficult to keep him quiet.
The former Tottenham Hotspur man is capable of providing that touch of class needed in the final third and if he gets the service right to strikers such as Mario Mandzukic and Nikica Jelavic, Croatia should have too much quality in this one.
Mandzukic is the current favourite at 9/2 to score first in this one.
You would say a victory for the Croats all but secures their place in the top two of this group and they do look in fine form after scoring eight goals and conceding none in their last three matches. They can be backed at 3/4 to take the spoils.
This looks to be one of the fixtures of the week and it isn’t a game you want to be missing. The action gets underway from 8PM on Tuesday.