Kick-off: 1945, 11/10/2021
Stadium: Lillekula Stadium
TV: Sky Sports
Wales have given themselves every chance of finishing second in their World Cup pool and can further enhance their prospects by beating Estonia in Tallinn.
The Dragons adopted a very positive approach to Friday’s 2-2 draw in the Czech Republic, when proving they can perform without Gareth Bale.
A similar effort here would make 17/10 for an away win and over 2.5 goals good value for our first Estonia vs Wales prediction.
A Look At Estonia’s Betting Odds
Estonia haven’t given up hope of being runners-up in Group E behind Belgium themselves, judged on a 2-0 victory over Belarus at this venue.
Holland-based forward Erik Sorga put them ahead on 58 minutes and Sergei Zenjov made sure of the win in stoppage time.
That put the Blueshirts on four points with five games played and they could move to within one of Wales if following up here.
Thomas Haberli’s side do not lack confidence up front and also netted twice against both the Czech Republic and Belgium in Tallinn.
However, they were hit for six in the first of those fixtures and conceded five versus the Red Devils.
Those results point us towards 31/10 for an away win and both teams to score from the Estonia vs Wales odds.
A Look At Wales’ Betting Odds
Wales suffered a setback when drawing 0-0 with Estonia in Cardiff last month, but that was a far more open contest than the scoreline suggests.
Mattias Kait hit the bar for the visitors in the first half and then the Dragons really came on strong after the break.
Estonia’s teenage keeper Karl Jakob Hein, who is on Arsenal’s books, saved well from Tyler Roberts and Gareth Bale, who also hit the post.
Wales ended that game having had 66 per cent of possession and 20 attempts on goal, so just need to be more clinical this time.
The Dragons are already assured of a place in the World Cup play-offs via their Nations League exploits and can play with a bit of freedom.
However, finishing second would earn them a more favourable draw and that is very much on after a 2-2 stalemate in Prague.
Danny Ward was guilty of a bizarre own-goal howler on Friday but Aaron Ramsey and Dan James secured a deserved point for Wales.
Ramsey told Sky Sports: “We played exactly the way we wanted to. We were brave on the ball, played compact and looked to create a few opportunities on the counter-attack.
“We could have taken a few more but full credit to the lads for playing away in front of this hostile crowd. It was difficult but we showed what a resilient team we are.”
Robert Page added: “I thought the performance was excellent. We’re disappointed we didn’t get the win but we thoroughly controlled the game. We created some good chances and couldn’t have thrown any more at it.”
Let’s finish off our Estonia vs Wales beting tips by taking 15/2 for a 2-1 away victory.
ESTONIA 2-0 Belarus – Sorga, Zenjov
Czech Republic 2-2 WALES – Ramsey, James
Head-to-head: Wales 0-0 Estonia, Wales 1-0 Estonia
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