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06 Octubre 2017, 06:46 | Gervasio Siguenza
International weekend preview
by John Payne
From slow starts to false dawns and meaningless matches, the disappointments have been numerous for Wales over the years, which is why Coleman wants his players to relish the make-or-break scenario facing them against Georgia on Friday night and the Republic of Ireland on Monday.
It won't be easy by any means but a Wales win would be absolutely monumental, especially with the World Cup finals hanging on the line.
The Celtic man broke his global duck with two free-kicks against England and his confidence has never been higher.
During the 1996 European Championship qualifiers, Georgia did the double over Wales.
The Wales boss was part of one of the lowest points in Welsh football history the last time he was in Georgia - a humilaiting 5-0 hammering nearly 23 years ago. However, according to Edwards, Wales can put their faith in Allen as the team heads into these two crucial matches.
Defining week for Wales in World Cup qualifying without Bale
Does Bale need to change his play style? Instead, the Dragons may have to rely on Aaron Ramsey; the Arsenal midfielder has scored two of Wales' last four goals. In what is expected to be a hostile atmosphere in Tbilisi, it is hard to imagine that none of the seven will pick up a yellow card and be ruled out of the Ireland game.
Wales must win their final two games to guarantee themselves at least a place in next month's play-offs - but will have to do so without Real Madrid star Bale who has a calf strain that could keep him sidelined for several weeks. Since then, Chris Coleman's side have won four and drawn five of their nine qualifying games.
Georgia recorded three successive victories over Wales before the 1-1 friendly draw in Cardiff past year. They've been good at times but they're not at our level.
Three successive draws, with that Wales stalemate preceding a 1-1 draw with Austria which required a late Walters leveller and the same scoreline in Georgia let Wales back in when the magic that fired them to great things in France has been evading them.
Wales manager Chris Coleman has sought to defuse any potential club versus country row over Gareth Bale by insisting that the Real Madrid forward did not suffer a fresh injury setback while training with the national team.
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