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WC Qualification Europe

  • October 12, 2012
  • • 19:45
  • • Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff (Caerdydd)
  • Referee: F. Meyer
  • • Attendance: 23249

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Head to Head
World Cup Qualifying - UEFA ‎(WCQ)‎ Mar 22, 2013 Scotland 1 - Wales 2
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World Cup Qualifying - UEFA ‎(WCQ)‎ Oct 12, 2012 Wales 2 - Scotland 1
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Home Nations Cup ‎(HNC)‎ May 25, 2011 Wales 1 - Scotland 3
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International Friendlies ‎(FR)‎ Nov 14, 2009 Wales 3 - Scotland 0
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Last Five Matches
Team News
Available Squads
-Allan McGregorGoalkeeper
-Alan HuttonDefender
-Christophe BerraDefender
-Daniel Fox
-Gary Caldwell
-Darren FletcherMidfielder
27James MorrisonMidfielder
-Kris Commons
-Scott BrownMidfielder
-Steven FletcherStriker
-Shaun MaloneyStriker
-David MarshallGoalkeeper
21Matthew Gilks Goalkeeper
-Andy WebsterDefender
2Charles MulgrewDefender
2Russell MartinDefender
-Charlie AdamMidfielder
-James McArthurMidfielder
-Matt PhillipsMidfielder
49James ForrestMidfielder
-Jamie MackieStriker
-Kenny MillerStriker
Players to Watch
Joe Allen
Joe Allen
Position: Midfielder
Squad Number: 22
Games Goals YC RC
3 0 1 0
If Wales are to have any hope of giving manager Chris Coleman a first win in charge, they will need to control the midfield against the Scots. Joe Allen will be crucial to this, with the Liverpool man regarded as a central figure for the national side, and his passing and vision should prove important in providing service to the front players.
Kenny Miller
Kenny Miller
Position: Striker
Squad Number: 0
Games Goals YC RC
6 1 1 0
For Scotland, Kenny Miller will probably once again lead the line alone, and will need to be at his best if he is to rediscover his form at international level. The Vancouver Whitecaps striker scored in the Scot's 1-1 draw with Macedonia, and with Jordan Rhodes absent he will be relied upon for his finishing prowess once again.
Both sides are struggling with injured and unavailable players, meaning their current squads look fairly well matched.

With home advantage, the Welsh will be hopeful of delivering a victory, but the Scots could well cancel them out, and a stalemate looks the most likely outcome.
Editor's Prediction
Wales 1