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Wales head to Skopje to face Macedonia with their slim play-off hopes alive. Chris Cole-man’s side need to secure a win and hope that Serbia can do them a favour against Croatia to mathematically re-enter the race for second place.
Coleman has impressed since taking the reins and while his own organisation skills might need some addressing after he was forced to take a later flight after losing his passport the former International has made the team a tricky opponent to face.
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There is a real buzz around Welsh football at the moment, Wales have beaten Austria and Scotland already this year and narrowly lost to Croatia in their last qualifier plus of course there is that small fact that the small country boasts the most expensive player ever in world football, Gareth Bale.
The Real Madrid star could feature in the game despite not playing in over 2 months although with Serbia at home at Tuesday not to mention being a yellow card away from suspension the likelihood is that Coleman will keep his most treasured star on the bench.
If he is not ready we will not risk him, regardless of whether it is a world record fee,” he said.
“We are aware a lot of people will want to see him play in the home game against Serbia [on Tuesday].
“But he has no chance of playing 90 minutes on Friday or on Tuesday.”
One man who could play however is Newcastle defender Paul Dummett with the 21 year old set to make his debut following Neil Taylor’s withdrawal from the squad. Liverpool mid-fielder Joe Allen and Neil Eardley are also out of the squad with Cardiff City youngster Declan John coming into the panel for the first time.
Macedonia meanwhile sit bottom of the group and will head into the game without the injured Aleksandar Todorovski while Borac Cacak defender Stefan Sprivoski also misses out having fallen down the pecking order at his club
They are however able to call on the services of Boban Grncarov who is set to return to the middle of defence with Aleksandar Lazevski set to come in at left back.
A win for Macedonia would see them overtake Wales in the group and Coach Cedomir Janevski is looking at Friday’s game as a chance for his side to earn some points and climb the table.
“Before us are two very important but also difficult games,” he said.
“It resumes our battle for a better final position in the standings. We do have a chance for the third place and that’s a good motive for us.
“Our goal is to move up the table. Wales are a serious team, with exceptional quality and fighting spirit. They have a lot of players from the Premier League so we have to show them respect.”