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Georgia v Wales Betting Predictions, 06 Oct 2017

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Georgia v Wales Betting Predictions, 06 Oct 2017
Much to most Welsh fans' regret, leading Wales and Real Madrid footballer Gareth Bale sustained a calf problem in the Champions League 3-1 win against Borussia Dortmund; hence he will not be able to help his national team to qualification in the last two remaining matches at Georgia and Ireland in Cardiff, where exactly the runner-up of Group D will pan out.
Match status: 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying - Group D
Kick-off: Friday 06 Oct 2017, 05:00pm CET
Venue: "Boris Paichadze National Stadium" in Tbilisi, Georgia
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Georgia v Wales Team News

With two qualifying group rounds left to go, Serbia national team find themselves firmly in the driving seat of the fourth quartet, boasting 18 points to Wales' 14 and Ireland's 13, with qualification for the British sides set to go down to the wire next Monday.

As it stands now, while only the top-two finishing teams will make it past their qualifying group, the Serbia team are more likely to seal the peak in Friday's game at Austria as Wales and Ireland, a point apart in between, could well be the main figures to play a decider for a World Cup place.

However, the question to be asked right now, prior to the clash of Chris Coleman's and Martin O'Neill teams on forthcoming Monday, is whether the Wales men are capable of putting aside an uninspired Georgia side in the absence of Welsh player of the year Gareth Bale? A result bar a win would mean The Republic of Ireland close in on a second-place finish.

Georgia v Wales Match Odds:

Georgia 16/5
Draw 9/4
Wales 1/1
All odds are with Betfair and are subject to change.

Conclusion and Betting Prediction:

Now that the Welsh team are confronted about the fact of them necessarily winning in Tbilisi, there's a number of players playing for Wales - Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal), Joe Allen (Stoke City), Andy King (Leicester City), Ashley Williams (Everton captain), Ben Davies (Tottenham Hotspur) and Hal Robson-Kanu (West Bromwich) - who alone could be pushing for a progress to the World Cup finals; thus a win at Georgia is more than expected.
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Main Betting tip:
Recommended Bet & Odds:
Wales to Win at 2.00 (1/1)
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Correct score:
Possible Score & Odds:
0-2 Away Win at 8.00 (7/1)

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