Wales head to Zenica on Saturday night, to face Bosnia-Herzegovina in a key game in Euro 2016 qualifying.
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Group B has been a fascinating qualifying group with Belgium, Wales, Israel and Bosnia-Herzegovina all fighting to make it to France next summer.
As its the penultimate match in the group for both sides, its likely we will see some big results on Saturday evening.
Wales need just one point to qualify for Euro 2016 which would be an excellent achievement from Chris Coleman’s side.
Were they to lose in Bosnia-Herzegovina it still seems hugely likely that they will make France 2016 as they face Andorra in their final match next Tuesday, at home.
When these two teams met last October, the match finished goalless, a result which would suit Wales this time as well. Not so much the hosts.
Crucially, Real Madrid star Gareth Bale is fit and available for Wales, having played the final 24 minutes for Los Blancos in the derby against Atletico Madrid last Sunday.
Bosnia-Herzegovina also have an injury doubt over star striker Edin Dzeko but the Roma hitman is expected to be available.
The home side will though be without Muhamed Besic due to suspension.
Bosnia-Herzegovina are in a three-way battle for third place in Group B, with Israel and Cyprus who play each other on the same night.
This looks set to be another keenly contested and tight affair between two evenly matched teams.
Much will depend on the supporting midfield cast as Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey and Roma’s Miralem Pjanic try to exert their influence in the middle of the park.
101 Great Goals prediction: Bosnia-Herzegovina 1 – Wales 1.