With two games left, the EURO 2020 qualifying groups are really heating up. The time has come for Wales’s manager Ryan Giggs to show the world what he’s made of and lead his squad into second place in Group E. Sports enthusiasts from around the world can purchase Wales Euro Cup Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.
The Dragons are four points behind second-placed Hungary and two points behind third-place Slovakia. It’ll be tough to overturn the deficit in only two games, but with an away tie to lowly Azerbaijan followed by a key clash at home to Hungary, Wales’ prospects are better than they seem.
First up is the game against Azerbaijan, who lie bottom of the group with a single point from six games. Despite their less than stellar record, the Dragons have a handful of great players in their ranks, including Dynamo Moscow striker Ramil Sheydayev and defender Tamkin Khalilzade, currently plying his trade with Oleksandriya in the Ukranian top flight.
Still, Wales should sweep Azerbaijan aside if they can only keep focussed. The main problem presented by the fixture will be traveling, with Wales returning from the furthest reaches of Europe only a couple of days before that decisive showdown with Hungary.
The Hungary game is fraught with danger. Wales’s game in hand over their opponents grants them the perfect opportunity to make up their points deficit but allows the Hungarians a crucial advantage for the final showdown. While the Welsh squad battles it out in Baku, Hungary will doubtless be lounging in the hotel after a light training session.
Wales lost the away tie there back in June, but it was a narrow affair in which Giggs’ side had their fair share of chances. Wales is, without a doubt, the better team. A strong attacking performance, utilizing the pace and energy of the squad, could overwhelm Hungary, but Wales will need to be firing on all cylinders to ensure victory.
Giggs will need to strike the perfect balance when it comes to these games. Ideally, he needs to rest as many key players as possible for the Azerbaijan fixture, keeping them fresh for the infinitely more challenging tie against Hungary. Azerbaijan is, in theory, easy pickings, but that’s what Scotland thought in March right before Kazakhstan taught them a footballing lesson. The community who love their favorite team they are booking Euro Cup Final Tickets.
The main issue will come in terms of preserving firepower. While it would be unfair to call Wales a one-man-team, they certainly rely heavily on Gareth Bale for goals. With Sam Vokes averaging less than a goal every six games, Wales may need to rely on less internationally experienced players like Daniel James and Kieffer Moore to pick up the slack against Azerbaijan – in order to give the talismanic Real Madrid man breathing space.
Wales should be favorites for both games. Their squad is young, energetic and uniquely not suffering the standard Home Nations homogeny. Bale at Real Madrid, Ramsey at Juventus, as well as Ampadu, Lawrence, and Matondo currently plying their trade in Germany means the usual crew of Premiership and Championship pros are supplemented by continental talent, giving the team a crucial lilt of variety.
After a fantastic performance in Euro 2016, when Wales topped a group including Russia and England before falling to eventual tournament winners Portugal, it would be a shame for the nation not to reach the 2020 edition. The two upcoming games will hardly be easy – but compared to 2016’s quarter-final win over Belgium, they should be a walk in the park.
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