Wales (@1.06) vs Georgia (@11.0)
24-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Wales will win

Wales – Georgia Match Prediction | 24-08-2019 06:15

Georgias motivation ahead of the upcoming duel will come down to the FIFA coefficient as they have a long-term plan in order to improve football in their country. Georgias chances for reaching the final tournament are now zero as they have earned only five points so far. Along Moldova they are the only winless team in their group. Therefore, against motivated Wales they might struggle to grab a desired result. On the home turf in Tbilisi, Georgia have registered two draws and defeats apiece with 4 goals scored and 7 allowed.

The Dragons reached the semi-finals of Euro 2016 this summer, whereas Georgia didnt even qualify for the tournament. Time has changed now as Wales, who used to be a rookie team in Europe in past decades, is a force to be reckoned with. Wales is currently top of the Group D of the European World Cup 2018 qualifiers with four points, while Georgia is yet to earn a point.

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Joe Allen and Kevin Wilmmers own goal made up Wales goals as the two goals was scored in the 1st half. Arnautovic was Austrias hero of the day, as he equalized twice to snatch a point away from the Welsh team. Wales were unlucky Against Austria on Thursday night, they threw away the lead twice in the game.

The teenager is still working his way into the Liverpool team, but he's proved invaluable for Wales of late. They need bold and straightforward play, and that's what 17 year old winger Ben Woodburn can give them. This match won't be an gimme match for Wales, and they are going to have to take it from Georgia. A late goal to defeat Austria was followed by a winning assist against Moldova, and he is exactly what they need here in a vital match.

The Georgians are eyeing their first win of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers and we predict that they will fight tooth and nail against Wales in their last home game of the process. Georgia play host to Wales at Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena. Chris Colemans charges are likely to adopt an attack-minded approach in Fridays football match against Georgia and we predict that they will pick up all three points from the game. The Dragons, on the other hand, recorded back-to-back wins over the likes of Austria and Moldova in previous two qualifying matches and they are determined to retain second place in Group D. The visitors want this win more than the hosts and away win should be considered. Gareth Bale has been struggling to find his best form of late, but, as before, all eyes will be on the Real Madrid ace when the two teams face each other in Tbilisi.

Prediction Georgia - Wales

However, Ireland are breathing at their necks for the second place which leads to playoffs so anything other than a victory in Tbilisi is an underwhelming outcome. After four away outings, the visitors have three draws and a sole triumph. Wales havent suffered a single defeat on the road yet and they will be aiming to register another positive result. Wales will be inspired to grab the full prize in Georgia as they are in the second place with 14 points earned which is a four-point deficit between them and Serbia.

In fact, they are now second in the group and could qualify should they win and see Ireland drop points. Expert Verdict: Group D is very much still alive, and somehow Wales have fought back from the brink of elimination to get themselves within a chance of advancing. Georgia have been very poor in this group and Wales will be forced to work hard, but even without Bale they should win. That's unlikely, though, and it should come down to the final day.

The 24 year old San Jose Earthquakes man has scored three goals in the group and added an assist to showcase what can be a dangerous attack. A big reason for that has been the play of midfielder Valeri Qazaishvili. Despite having no wins in the group, Georgia haven't been a total pushover. They have been competitive and have averaged a goal per game in the group.

Prediction Wales-Georgia: 1 (Odd 1.29)

That 1-1 draw in Cardiff could prove quite costly in the group, as well, should this go poorly for them. They haven't been playing great football, and their record against Georgia is not great. Wales are the favored side to go on and win this match, but a lot of caution should be taken by those that want to wager with them.

They have got to win here, and they will have to do it without Bale. The good news is that the Real Madrid man hasn't been playing well for his country, at least in the last set of qualification matches, so that means that they might just be able to squeeze in without him. With Ireland right behind them, any slip up will be costly.

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Georgia are on the 5th position with 0 points, they will be praying for a win in this game to set their campaign on the right path. Coleman put Republic of Ireland in the lead via his 56th minute goal, and game stayed that way till the final whistle. S. Meanwhile, Georgia lost again on Thursday, they were unfortunate as they were beaten by a lone goal away at Dublin.

Wales had plenty of problems in the European Championship qualifiers as well, but they finally managed to end the barren run by securing their place at the Euro 2016 in France. Led by the likes of Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen and Ashley Williams, the Dragons performed admirably throughout the campaign and even reached the 8th position in the FIFA Rankings in October 2015.