Wales vs Croatia preview: Ryan Giggs and Gareth Bale look ahead to crunch clash

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Wales vs Croatia
European Qualifiers Group E
7:45pm Sunday 13th October

Cardiff City Stadium

Wales can hurt Croatia in their Qualifier that is critical on Sunday, says director Ryan Giggs, although Gareth Bale considers that this is just another moment for the nation.
A Wales win with three points shooting them to within a few of Croatia over the leaders in Group E., live on Sky Sports Football, leaves their Euro 2020 fate in their hands, on Sunday
Reduce and Croatia will secure their passage to next summers tournament, setting up a shootout involving Hungary Slovakia and Wales for that runners-up spot with two games to playwith.
Although Bale says that this campaign is very important for the future of Welsh soccer manager Giggs is confident Wales have that the World Cup finalists to harm.
It is going to have to become a group effort, immersion, and not merely to get 70 or 80 moments but also for 90 minutes, said Giggs. At any time, a lapse is going to be penalized by the top teams.
But theyre going to have to be on their toes too, because weve got great players who may harm them.
Theyve not got many weaknesses. They give you a lot of issues, so they are hard to stop, in the event you let them get into that circulation.
We want to get in their facesput them under stress, rush themand find the crowd up. We would like to make it a great atmosphere. Also, for people to have on the ball, make them run, show our quality too.
Everybody knows about Euro 2016, but we do not just want to be eligible for a single championship, we wish to qualify for several championships, for World Cups, for Euros.
This is just another moment that we wish to choose the chance to accomplish that. We would like to make football big we wish to qualify but inspire kids to play football to create our federal team better in future as well.
[We simply need] a small bit of luck. Clearly confidence comes into it. Occasionally it just is like that in football, and it is one of these things. I feel like goals are coming for the team. If we werent generating the possibility that would be the real stress.
Wales are sweating on the fitness of Aaron Ramsey, that encounters a race to recover from the knee injury which ruled him.
Giggs might switch his choices with Bale likely to lead the line if the Juventus midfielder is cleared to play.
Croatia, meanwhile, head to Cardiff having a clean bill of health and head coach Zlatko Dalic could name although Mateo Kovacic and Nikola Vlasic are pushing for a berth the identical XI that started Thursdays 3-0 victory over Hungary.
View Wales vs Croatia on Sunday from 7.15pm on Sky Sports Football and Main Event; kick-off 7.45pm

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