Cardiff ready to party and Wales can celebrate by routing minnows Andorra
Wales’ first defeat in 11 competitive matches was inflicted by Bosnia-Herzegovina in Zenica on Saturday but, in the grand scheme of things, it mattered not a jot.
Results elsewhere confirmed that Chris Coleman’s side had qualified for Euro 2016, sparking celebrations in the stands and on the pitch, though they’ll need Belgium to slip up in their finale against Israel to top the section.
Some would say that the expansion to 24 teams at Euro 2016 has aided the likes of Wales and Northern Ireland. But the Irish topped their group and would have qualified under the old rules in any case and the Welsh took four points off the Belgians so have also earned their place at a major championships for the first time in almost 60 years by right.
The final qualifier against Andorra at the City Of Cardiff Stadium is already a 34,000 sell-out and there will be a party atmosphere – it’s unlikely that the visitors will have enough to spoil that party.
Andorra is better known for its ski resorts than its footballers and they’ve lost all nine games so far in Group B. Ironically, their best performance came in the home match against Wales when they actually led for a short time before Bale came to his team’s rescue.
Koldo Alvarez’ side haven’t managed a goal on their travels and this will be another damage limitation exercise as far as the minnows are concerned. Bale and Wales will want to sign off with a good performance so our Scorecast and Correct Score markets must be worth a second look. Bale to score and Wales to win 4-0 is 39/4 and that Correct Score is 49/10.
The match kicks off at 7.45pm on Tuesday, October 13th at the City Of Cardiff Stadium
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