WALES 2 POLAND 1: Rob Page shouldn’t have to change a thing for tonight’s win-or-bust play-off.

Wales were fabulous against Finland inspired by the Wrexham-born trio of goalscorer Neco Williams, Harry Wilson and Danny Ward

But it may be super-subs Kieffer Moore and Dan James - and, of course, the magnificent home supporters - who swing it Wales way.


WALES 2 POLAND 1: Having home advantage can help Wales secure a third successive appearance in the European Championship finals.

Rob Page’s men boast a fantastic record at The Cardiff City Stadium and they turned on the style in the capital when beating Finland 4-1 in last week’s play-off semi-final.

That has set up a winner-takes-all clash with Poland who will be trickier opponents but more of the same can book Wales place in Germany.


WALES 3 POLAND 1: Knowing Poland were likely waiting in the wings didn’t fill me with too much confidence that Rob Page’s side would enjoy a summer in Germany.

But, Wales made the banana skin with Finland a comfortable evening and while the Poles thrashed Estonia, they’ve not been convincing in qualifying.

Yes, Robert Lewandowski is the obvious threat, but I’m backing the potent Welsh frontline to get the job done.