Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Wales 10/10/2015 UEFA Euro2016 Qualifiers Preview & Prediction
Wales vs Bosnia-Herzegovina
Saturday 10th October 2015 14:45(ET)
The Line: Bosnia Herzegovina 9/10 Draw 12/5 See the Latest Odds
TV: sky sports; espn 3
One of the games of the weekend in the International fixtures will see high flying Wales travel to Bosnia to take on a Bosnia-Herzegovina team that must win to keep their chances of making the playoffs alive. Bosnia will look to Manchester City and current Roma Loanee striker Eden Dzeko to lead the way as he has done in all their qualifying campaigns since he came into the team, Dzeko has netted an impressive seven goals in eight appearances and is one of the best International strikers on display. With clubmate Pjanic pulling the strings Dzeko will be hoping to score agains a pretty ruthless Wales defence who have only conceded two goals in eight games.
Wales success this qualifying campaign is down to their solid defence marshalled by Swansea's Ashley Williams and West Ham's James Collins Wales have one of the best defences in the entire competition so far. Of course it helps when Wales can call on the brilliance of Real Madrid striker Gareth Bale and Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey at the other end but without the defence putting up zero's this would be a completely difference campaign. Wales manager Chris Coleman has done a spectacular job in charge and Wales need just one point to guarantee automatic qualification. With their last game against Andorra the Welsh are pretty much guaranteed to get that point but they wont want to leave it to chance and I think Saturday in Bosnia they will set their stall out to try to get the point they need.
Really interesting match up here, with Israel at home to Cyprus and away to Belgium in their last game , Bosnia know they must get a win here to give themselves a chance of reaching the playoff. With this one too hard to call for me I'm going to take a min bet on the unders. I think that anything could happen here. I wouldnt be surprised by a draw but equally this Welsh team have shown a remarkable resiliance all through this campaign and in Bale they have an individual capable of being a match winner. I'm taking the unders on the basis that Wales go out and play for a 0-0.