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The Welsh team is under pressure to secure their spot in Euro 2024 and must defeat Armenia to do so.
After a disappointing start, the team bounced back and now needs to win against Armenia and Turkey in order to secure a spot in the automatic promotion spots.
Wales may find motivation in their recent 2-1 victory against Croatia, but they were defeated by their upcoming opponents in June.
The similarities are evident in both this campaign and Wales’ victorious Euro 2020 qualification. They achieved success by finishing strong, holding Croatia to a draw and then securing back-to-back wins over Azerbaijan and Hungary to secure their spot in the tournament.
Here is all the information you need to know, including the most recent advice and probability for the game.
When will Wales and Armenia play against each other?
The game will happen tonight, November 18th, starting at 2pm GMT, at the Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium in Armenia.
What is the method for viewing it?
The game will be broadcasted live on Viaplay Sports 1 in the UK and on S4C in Welsh.
Subscribers of Viaplay can access the competition through their website and app, while Channel 4 will provide a free live stream in Welsh on their website.
Brennan Johnson is sift for Wales, with Kieffer Moore, Harry Wilson and David Brooks also in contention for what is likely to be a front three, but captain Aaron Ramsey remains injured.
The starting lineup for Wales includes Ward, Mepham, Rodon, Davies, Roberts, James, Ampadu, N Williams, Brooks, Wilson, and Moore.
Wales will be able to secure the required win. Wales 2-0 Armenia.