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Estonia – Wales Predictions and Tips For Today

Estonia - Wales PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Betting Tips for Today, October 11.
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World Cup – Qualification
EVENT: Estonia – Wales
TIPS: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.40@1xbet | Result: 0:1 LOST

Estonia – Wales Preview

  • Estonia’s 1-0 victory over Belarus maintained their hopes of gatecrashing the qualification scene in World Cup Qualifying (WCQ) Group E – they now sit four points off second spot, with a game in hand. That was their first major tournament qualifying victory since October 2017, and another unlikely win here would keep alive their slim hopes of reaching a first-ever World Cup finals.
  • A sequence of four wins from their last seven international fixtures (D1, L2) resembles a strong run of form for a nation ranked 111th in the FIFA rankings. The last two of those triumphs came at home, and with Estonia claiming a rare away point in the last H2H, they might believe they can go one better this time around in Tallinn.
  • With only three group stage matches remaining, one of which is against group leaders Belgium, Wales will see this as a must-win encounter. They’ve gone unbeaten since exiting Euro 2020, although a series of three draws from four hasn’t allowed them to build momentum (W1). Trying to win without injured record scorer Gareth Bale will also make life tougher for the ‘Dragons’.
  • Another worry is the fact the visitors have gone winless in seven of their nine clashes played outside of Wales in 2021 (D3, L4). There’s evidence of their fortunes changing in recent trips though, highlighted by the fact that they’ve gone unbeaten in each of their previous three away matches (W1, D2) whilst scoring 2+ goals in the most recent two.
  • Players to watch: Estonia’s Erik Sorga netted his third senior international goal against Belarus, with all three coming in the second half of home matches. Whilst Aaron Ramsey has proved lucky for Wales as they’re unbeaten in the last nine in which he’s scored (W7, D2).
  • Hot stat: Five of the previous eight games refereed by Sandro Schärer featured a red card.