Wales: Hennessy; Cabango, Roton, Norrington-Davis; C Roberts, Morrell, Levitt, N Williams; Johnson, Bell (captain) James.
submarine: Ward, King, Gunter, Colwell, Smith, Roberts, Moore, Burns, Williams, Harris, Thomas, James
Wales manager Robert Page insists his players will forget tonight’s World Cup as they try to stay in the top flight of the Nations League.
“It’s a final. Forget the World Cup, this is the game we want to win on Sunday.
“We just have to restore the lads. We’ll make some changes and we’ll send a team out to win games.”
Wales host Poland in the Nations League tonight and they know that if they want to avoid relegation to the Second Division, they can only do it by winning.
The hosts must win in Cardiff as Poland know a draw will be enough to keep them in the top flight.
With Wales finishing bottom of League A in fourth place with one point from five games, there will be claims that Robert Page’s side are lower in the UEFA Nations League.
However, no matter what happens tonight, Wales will be proud of their efforts in this company, with their four defeats to Belgium, the Netherlands and Poland by a single goal.
Wales were full of praise in Brussels, even in Thursday night’s loss to Belgium, halving a 2-0 deficit through Kiefer Moore after half-time and threatening a match against the best ball in the world One of the teams equalized.
Nonetheless, Wales will need to find a way to turn another encouraging performance tonight into three points as they try to overtake third-placed Poland.
Although Poland won 2-1, it was largely irrelevant as Wales had already scored more goals in the group stage and had a better goal difference advantage.
Wales were in their favour tonight as the visitors lost 6-1 to Belgium which set up an interesting game tonight.
We’ll keep you all the build-up and team news ahead of the game starting at 7.45pm.