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Posté le: Jeu 11 Oct - 04:23 (2018) Sujet du message: Bale a '50-50 chance' for Wales' Dublin clash
Bale a '50-50 chance' for Wales' Dublin clash
sbobet online 24 Wales manager Ryan Giggs says Gareth Bale's absence from tonight's friendly against Spain is an opportunity for his other players to prove they are not a one-man team. Bale, who has a groin problem - described as "muscle fatigue" - has been given a 50-50 chance of facing Ireland in next Tuesday's UEFA Nations League game in Dublin. Giggs has several attacking alternatives in his young squad and he is counting on them to show there is life without the country's all-time leading scorer. "We obviously have options," he said. "We've got Sam Vokes, Tom Lawrence, Tyler Roberts, who can all play up top, or you can play two up top. "We need those options because Gareth sometimes isn't going to be there. That was something I was aware of when we took over. That was why I tried to push a lot of the young players through sbobet online 24 and sort of fast-track them. We need a Plan B." Giggs said Wales would consult Real Madrid's medical staff before taking a decision on whether or not to field Bale against Ireland. Bale, 29, has not trained since joining up sbobet online 24 with the squad, but he has been attending team meetings and will be in the changing room tonight. Wales opened their Nations League campaign with a one-sided 4-1 win over Ireland in Cardiff last month, before losing 2-0 to Denmark in Aarhus. The Welsh FA has switched tonight's game to the Principality Stadium in the hope of cashing in on the presence of Spain stars such as David De Gea and Sergio Ramos.