Wales manager Chris Coleman has promised they "will take it to Bosnia" as they seek to secure qualification for next summer's European Championship, despite limited Gareth Bale.
Coleman's side need a point against Bosnia-Herzegovina in Zenica on Saturday night to end the nation's 58-year wait to play at a major tournament.
Even if Wales lose they have the safety net of welcoming group minnows Andorra to Cardiff on Tuesday night, but Coleman insists he wants to get the job done in the Balkans.
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