Wales vs Trinidad and Tobago predictions, betting tips and preview for the international friendly match in Wrexham this week. Ryan Giggs’ side have only won one of their last five matches, losing the other four games.
There are few teams or nations in World football that have a player who is so far superior to all his team mates, but that is exactly the case with Gareth Bale and Wales. The Real Madrid star is head and shoulders above the rest of his Welsh team mates in terms of ability and they rely on him to win matches each time he plays. This is shown by his odds to score first being just 2/1 in this match. Wales have scored in all of their previous six home friendly matches but they’ve only won one of these. Despite this, we’re expecting them to run out comfortable winners against Trinidad and Tobago this week and even though the odds are short, Gareth Bale to score first is an obvious choice in the goalscorer betting tips.
Wales have not been great under Ryan Giggs and they had a very poor UEFA Nations League campaign, however they should run out comfortable winners here despite not scoring a lot of goals. Our correct score prediction will therefore take that into account and 2-0 looks a solid bet at odds of 17/4 with Betway, who we’re using for all three of our Wales vs Trinidad and Tobago betting tips this week. T&T have failed to score in four of their last five matches and that run looks set to continue in this one.
The Welsh really do need to get back to winning ways ahead of their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign getting underway against Croatia on Sunday. That will be a tough game for Ryan Giggs’ side who certainly need to improve on their recent form. Last time out they were beaten by Albania in a friendly and lost twice to Denmark in the Nations League. There aren’t usually a lot of goals from Wales in their matches and that is why we’re expecting the score to be kept low and predicting under 2.5 goals for our main selection.
Trinidad and Tobago are sliding down the World Rankings and have been struggling against fellow minnows such as Iran, Thailand and Panama most recently. The small pool of players they have to choose from certainly does not help their cause and the only win in their last five matches has come in a friendly against the UAE. This should be a step too far the Caribbean nation here and it is hard to predict anything but a Welsh win.
Under 2.5 goals – 21/20 with Betway.
Gareth Bale to score first – 2/1 with Betway.
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