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World Cup Qualifying – 16/1 Bet Builder: Wales v Austria

In a massive World Cup playoff clash, Wales hosts Austria in Cardiff tonight as both sides look to keep their Qatar 2022 dream alive.

And we’ve got the action at the Cardiff City Stadium covered with our 16/1 Bet Builder.

  • Wales to qualify
  • Under 5.5 Austria corners
  • Gareth Bale to have 1 or more shots on target
  • David Alaba to be shown a card

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Wales v Austria Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Wales to qualify

Wales can take one step closer to the World Cup by easing past Austria tonight in Cardiff.

The Welsh last tasted defeat in Wales back in 2018, and Belgium were the only side to defeat them in Group E – bolstered by the return to fitness of Gareth Bale, Wales can book their spot in the playoff final.

Under 5.5 Austria corners

This is likely to be a tight and nervy affair, and it would be no shock to see Austria happy to sit and defend.

They’ve only managed 10 corners in their last four matches, so a play on five or fewer corners this evening looks a solid bet.

Gareth Bale to have 1 or more shots on target

Cometh the hour and cometh the man, and you can be assured Gareth Bale will be right up for this one tonight.

In recent years, Bale has been the go-to guy for Wales, and with him likely to have a pop at goal at every opportunity, he looks a great bet to land at least one attempt on target this evening.

David Alaba to be shown a card

Szymon Marciniak is in charge tonight, and he’s shown 25 cards in his last four World Cup qualifiers.

And David Alaba could be a big price to end up in the book tonight as he’s likely to go up against the pacey Brennen Johnson, who is enjoying a breakout season in the Championship with Nottingham Forest.

*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.