Wales welcome the visitors Trinidad and Tobago in the World Friendly International encounter. The match will be held on Wednesday, March, 20th, at the Racecourse Ground (Wrexham).
First time in their history, the hosting Wales qualified to the UEFA European Championship held in 2016 and progressed to the semifinal there at once. Afterwards though, the team seemingly felt as football kings – they kept it up for around a year and attained only 3 wins in 12 latest clashes. 2 of the victories were registered over Ireland and China in the Nations League. In the last friendly encounter, Wales lost to Albania.
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The visiting Trinidad and Tobago do not even relate to the world football middleclassers. The side’s top achievement was qualification to the 2006 FIFA World Cup held in Germany. At the group stage, they managed to draw against the Swiss. The team boast neither stars, nor renowned players. They are mostly staffed with aborigines and performers competing in various US leagues and also feature foreign players from the Norwegian Sarpsborg 08 and German Darmstadt.
Wales are seen as favorites, and they will probably win the match. The team have players from Stoke City, Crystal Palace, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, and the captain Bale who fights for Real Madrid. The hosts’ squad advantage is out of the question. That said, as a team, Wales do not provide any challenge to their opponents lately – the side’s last friendly against Albania proves that, whereas Trinidad and Tobago are a hard nut to crack. Whenever the visitors win, they rarely allow thumpings. Of last 20 matches, Trinidad and Tobago conceded by a margin of 2+ goals only to Panama – yet that was the 2018 World Cup qualifying match, and there was a strange story behind it. Apart from Panama, the guests on the day faced Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, and Iran – all national teams competed in Russia last year – and they did not concede by over 2 goals to any side. Most likely, Trinidad and Tobago will not take a hammering at the hands of Wales on Wednesday and will keep a +2.5 handicap even if they lose.
Prediction for the match: Trinidad and Tobago to win with a +2.5 handicap.