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Wales have enough in all or nothing showdown
Wales go into Monday night's clash with the Republic of Ireland knowing a win could take them all the way to Russia.
The highly-charged encounter will be an opportunity for Wales to follow up their return to international football after last year's run at Euro 2016, and reach their first World Cup since 1958.

A win could be enough to take them all the way if Serbia slip up again at home to Georgia, after the Serbs surprisingly lost last week in Austria to keep alive Welsh hopes of finishing in top spot.

A victory would guarantee at least second spot in Group D for the Welsh but an away triumph would do the same for Martin O’Neil’s men so there is everything to play for in what is surely to be an emotional night where tempers could easily boil over.

The sides met in Dublin last March which ended up being a fiery affair that saw Neil Taylor sent off for a tackle on Seamus Coleman that led to a double fracture of his leg, so it would be no surprise if this one finished with less than 22 men on the field.

Wales started the campaign by drawing four of their first games to leave themselves an uphill task, and the last couple of times the sides have met it has ended goalless.

Wales boss Chris Coleman is eager for his side to go for the victory and enjoy the clash, which may well be easier said than done.

"There is nothing for the players to fear," said Coleman. "I think both teams are going to go for it."

So with that in mind a tight home win looks the best bet at n/a

Ireland looked to be in a strong position last November when James McClean scored the only goal in their win over Austria in Vienna, but they have stumbled badly since.

Friday night’s win over bottom of the table Moldova in Dublin was a first in five for the Irish but they still have a chance of making the finals and will be fired up, although O’Neil has played down the revenge aspect of the game.

He said: "I don't know about revenge, but certainly I think the view among the players is that if Russia was available to us and we could make it there, I would think Seamus would be very much at the forefronts of our minds.

Wales meanwhile have stockpiled the momentum ahead of the Cardiff City Stadium decider by winning their last three games against Austria, Moldova and Georgia, crucially, away from home on Friday.

Coleman’s men are without Gareth Bale for the clash but Wales are finding new heroes willing to step in youngsters Ben Woodburn and Tom Lawrence, who notched the vital strikes against Austria and Georgia respectively and, with home advantage, they should find enough - just.

Recommended bet: Home win n/a

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