Wales complete their triple-header of fixtures in the latest international period with a much-welcomed home match against Estonia in World Cup qualifying.
Breathing a sigh of relief after Gareth Bale's hat-trick inspired them to victory over Belarus, Rob Page's side are still in contention in what was a must-win fixture against one of the lesser fancied sides.
Bottom seeds Estonia are the next challenge that Wales are hoping to overcome in their quest to qualify for a first World Cup since 1958.
So here is everything you need to know about The Red Dragons against the Blueshirts.
When is Wales v Estonia?
Wales host Estonia in World Cup qualifying on Wednesday 8 September 2021 with a 7.45 pm kickoff.
Where is Wales v Estonia being played?
The Cardiff City Stadium, the usual venue for home qualifiers will host the match.
It is the first time that Wales will be able to permit a full capacity crowd since their EURO 2020 qualifying win over Hungary in November 2019.
The last Wales home match with spectators was a goalless draw with Albania in June, which acted as a Welsh Government test event with 6500 spectators in attendance.
Where can I watch Wales v Estonia?
Wales v Estonia will be available to watch on Sky Sports Main Event with coverage beginning at 7pm.
BBC Radio Wales will provide live match commentary from the same time.
Alternatively, you can watch the match in the Welsh language, with S4C broadcasting on ‘Sgorio’ at 7.25pm.
What are the odds for Wales v Estonia?
Odds courtesy of Betfair
Wales – 1/6
Draw – 13/2
Estonia – 20/1
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Wales v Estonia previous meetings, who has won more?
Wales and Estonia will play each other competitively for the first time, having only played friendlies prior to Wednesday’s meeting, both of which
The first match was in May 1994 when the Dragons - then managed by Mike Smith - defeated the former Soviet Union side 2-1 in Tallinn.
Liverpool legend Ian Rush opened the scoring before David Phillips scored one of only two goals for his country. Martin Reim - Estonia’s most capped player with 157 caps - scored a penalty but it wasn’t enough to stop a Wales win.
It would be 15 years until the two would meet again, this time in Llanelli, when in front of a 4000 crowd at Parc y Scarlets - a ground more reserved for rugby - Wales won 1-0.
Featuring the likes of then young Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale, Wales beat Estonia courtesy of a Robert Earnshaw penalty in the 26th minute.
Wales v Estonia team news
After coming through the last two matches unbeaten, Rob Page has five more players to call upon from his original 26-man squad, making for a selection headache both in defence and attack.
Owing to the tie being played in Kazan, trio Brandon Cooper, Ethan Ampadu, and Tyler Roberts were all absent due to visa issues. All three trained back in Wales' training base in Hensol whilst their teammates did the job in Russia.
Fulham midfielder Harry Wilson is also back after serving his suspension for the red card that he picked up in Wales' 4-0 defeat to Denmark in the Round of 16 at EURO 2020.
A welcome boost is that after successful rehabilitation, Joe Rodon has joined up with the squad. The 23-year-old missed the first month of the season with Tottenham Hotspur due to injury but the North London club have granted him permission to play on Wednesday.
Wales players available versus Estonia: Hennessey, Ward, King, Gunter, Davies, Ampadu, Mepham, Lockyer, Rodon, J.Lawrence, Norrington-Davies, Cooper, Allen, Wilson, J.Williams, Morrell, Smith, Woodburn, Levitt, Sheehan, Colwill, Bale, James, Roberts, Johnson, Harris.