Wales vs Bosnia live stream 10 October - preview
Wales dominated in the qualifying opener away to Andorra, but were only able to claim a narrow 2:1 victory on the road early in September. Their best player, Gareth Bale has scored both goals to take the victory, even though the team was down in the scoreline in sixth minute via penalty kick.

They will now play against Bosnia, having a chance to get a victory and put a solid basis on claiming the qualifying ticket in the end, as it would mean that Bosnia is without a single point after two games played. Manager Chris Coleman has numerous injuries in front of this match, but surely will be relaxed that his most valuable player, Gareth Bale, isn’t between these. Wigan’s midfielder Emyr Huws is the latest withdrawal from this game, while the hosts also miss important Aaron Ramsey and Joe Allen, with defenders James Collins and Paul Dummett and midfielder Lee Evans also being ruled out with injuries.

Bosnia comes from a shocking defeat in their first game against Cyprus, in which they were defeated 2:1 in Zenica, despite the fact that they got into the lead first and have missed numerous chances during the match, including a missed penalty kick and a post near the end of the game.

The truth is that they were hit on counter attacks, while everything went wrong for the Bosnians in that match. After failing in that game, they can’t afford to lose another one and will surely be going for all three points here. In their latest friendly match, they have won over Wales 2:0 in a friendly game back in 2012 and will surely want to repeat similar performance. Their biggest stars, Dzeko from Manchester City, Pjanic from Roma and Begovic from Stoke will be all present in order to help the team get their first victory, with the team having no real injury worries in front of this game.

Bosnia has seen over 2.5 goals in five out of last six matches.
Open, attacking and very attractive football is expected here. Bosnians have the quality to prevail and prove that the defeat against Cyprus was accidental. In any way, goals look like granted here, with current odds surely representing value.

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