Estonia

form

All
ALB 0 - 0 EST
D
MLT 1 - 2 EST
W
ARG 5 - 0 EST
L
EST 2 - 0 SMR
W
CYP 2 - 0 EST
L
EST 0 - 0 CYP
D
CZE 2 - 0 EST
L
EST 0 - 1 WAL
L
EST 2 - 0 BLR
W
EST 0 - 1 NIR
L
Wales

form

All
NED 3 - 2 WAL
L
WAL 1 - 1 BEL
D
WAL 1 - 2 NED
L
WAL 1 - 0 UKR
W
POL 2 - 1 WAL
L
WAL 1 - 1 CZE
D
WAL 2 - 1 AUT
W
EST 0 - 1 WAL
W
CZE 2 - 2 WAL
D
BLR 2 - 3 WAL
W
Head to Head
4 Matches (1 Draws)
0 Total wins 3
0 Home wins 1
0 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
1 Draw
3 Wins
EST 0 - 1 WAL
WAL 0 - 0 EST
WAL 1 - 0 EST
EST 1 - 2 WAL
1 Goals Scored 4
Games Over 2.5 Goals 1 / 4
Both Teams Scored 1 / 4
Team Comparison
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Wales have never lost against Estonia in three previous meetings (W2 D1), though they drew 0-0 with them in September in the reverse fixture of this World Cup qualifying campaign.
  2. Estonia have never led against Wales in three previous games against them, scoring just once, a Martin Reim penalty in a 2-1 defeat in May 1994.
  3. This is the fourth meeting between Estonia and Wales in a fourth different stadium – their 1994 match was played at the Kadrioru Stadium in Tallinn, in 2009 they met at Parc y Scarlets in Llanelli, last month they faced at the Cardiff City Stadium while this game is at the Lilleküla Stadium in Tallinn.
  4. Wales have only picked up two wins from their last 10 games in all competitions (D5 L3), although they are unbeaten in their last three on the road (W1 D2).
  5. Wales have only lost twice in their last 17 World Cup qualifying matches (W7 D8), with those defeats coming against Republic of Ireland in October 2017 (0-1) and Belgium in March 2021 (1-3).
  6. Four of Aaron Ramsey’s last five goals in all competitions for Wales have arrived in the first half, including his strike against Czech Republic last time out. 16 of Ramsey’s 18 goals for Wales have arrived in competitive fixtures.
  7. Estonia’s Erik Sorga has scored with both of his shots on target in this current World Cup qualification process, including netting last time out versus Belarus.
  8. Daniel James has been directly involved in three goals in five games in World Cup 2022 qualifiers (2 goals, 1 assist), while he has also created more chances (9) and completed more dribbles (11) than any other Wales player so far in qualifying.
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