Wales see injured players withdraw due to duel with Orange | sports

National coach Rob Page of Wales cannot count on Nico Williams, Danny Ward, Joe Morell and Joe Allen during the match against the Netherlands in the Nations League tomorrow night. Rhys Norrington Davies was suspended from the meeting in De Quebec. Last week, he scored the equalizer in the match he lost at home to Orange (1-2).

Wales are halfway out of the group stage by one point. The Netherlands is the leader with 7 points. Wales played a draw with Belgium (1-1) on Saturday and lost in the first group match in Poland (2-1). Coach Page’s national team managed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1958. “And that was our main goal for this period,” Captain Gareth Bale said during a pre-match press conference against the Netherlands.

Bale might have ended his career if Wales had not qualified for the World Cup. Now the striker wants to continue, and after leaving Real Madrid without transfers, he is looking for a club where he will have his weekly playing time. Bale said he would keep all options open for now and would not rule out the possibility of playing football for Cardiff City.

Bale sees opportunities against Wales against the Dutch national team. Last week, we were also 1-1 in the final stage. Unfortunately, we still gave up on the game. Players are injured. This is not strange. This will be our fifth game since June 1. But we have good talents. They will now have a chance.”

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