Wales travel to Prague tonight to take on the Czech Republic in a vital World Cup qualifying clash.
With no Gareth Bale to call on it could be a tricky evening for the Welsh and we’ve put together an 8/1 Bet Builder for the big match.
- Czech Republic to win to nil
- Patrik Schick to score
- Under 2.5 goals
- Czech Republic – over 4.5 corners
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Czech Republic v Wales Bet Builder Betting Tip:
Czech Republic to win to nil
Wales go into this match without Gareth Bale and it’s hard to downplay just how vital he is to this team having been directly involved in all five Welsh goals so far in qualifying.
Without his attacking spark, it’s hard to see where a Welsh goal will come from and a home win to nil looks a solid bet in this one.
Patrik Schick to score
Schick needs no introduction having scored five goals at Euro 2020 and he’s already bagged six this season for Bayer Leverkusen in just nine matches.
He’ll once more be the main attacking threat for the Czech’s and he looks a nice price to get on the scoresheet tonight.
Under 2.5 goals
Goals are likely to be at a premium in Prague on Friday evening with two of the hosts’ last four home wins being by a 1-0 scoreline.
And that coupled with eight of Wales’ last 11 matches featuring fewer than three goals means a low-scoring affair is on the cards.
Czech Republic – over 4.5 corners
The Czech’s have fired in 21 corners in their last two home games and hit five in the reverse fixture against Wales.
And there’s every reason to think they can at least match that count in Prague tonight.
*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.