Hamstrung Allen set to miss Georgia qualifier for Wales

Alyssa BaileyOct 20, 2016

"People look at us and expect us to play every game as if we are Barcelona or Spain after this summer but sometimes you have to pick a result up and play ugly".

The build-up to the match was dominated by an exchange of views between Coleman and his counterpart Marcel Koller. "He's Stoke's player and we respect that".

And it took a backs-to-the-wall performance and an own goal to earn Chris Coleman's side a vital point at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion.

Three days after playing against the Euro 2016 semi-finalists Austria will travel to Serbia before welcoming the visit of Ireland one month later. "We handled it. So, no, I wouldn't put the semi-final down to luck".

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Coleman was the first to admit that it was not pretty to watch - it says much about this Wales performance that they looked most risky when Gareth Bale was taking long throws - yet there was also satisfaction to be taken from the result they gleaned in hard circumstances.

And Davies believes going so close last term with stand him and his teammates in good stead as they attempt to win Tottenham's first title since 1961. The Welsh do however, top the group on goal difference and will take on Georgia next at home on Sunday 9 October.

It saw £85million ace Bale, 27, repeatedly hurl long throws into the Austria area which caused panic, especially when targetman Sam Vokes contested them.

But in Thursday's 2-2 draw in Austria, Bale was most unsafe delivering a series of long throws towards target man Sam Vokes. No team is unbeatable, but for us to come here and not bring our A game and get a point says a lot about this team. So it gives us another weapon in our armoury.

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"These boys know what is at stake and we don't worry about what anyone says about us". It says much about this Wales performance that they looked most risky when talisman Gareth Bale was taking long throws.

'I think we knew we had to do something different against a very good team away from home.

"We know our jobs, we've got our gameplan and it's important that we try and implement everything we've worked on in training".

"This isn't an easy place to come, they haven't lost here in a long while or even dropped points".

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