|James McClean||First Goalscorer||9/1||Bet365|
|Gareth Bale||First Goalscorer||4/1||Paddy Power|
|After The 35th Minute||Time Of First Goal||11/10||Paddy Power|
|Under 2.5||Total Goals||1/2||Betfair|
Wales travel to Dublin to take on the Group D leaders Ireland in a crucial World Cup qualifying game on Friday night, which is televised live on SkySports 1 from 7.45pm.
Both sides are unbeaten as the campaign reaches the halfway stage, but Chris Coleman’s men are 4 points adrift of the Irish having drawn 3 of their 4 matches.
These nations also met in qualifying for Euro 2008, with the Irish winning the home game 1-0 at Croke Park, before they drew 2-2 in Cardiff – and since they met here at the Aviva Stadium in the ill-fated Nations Cup in 2011, a match won 3-0 by Ireland.
Wales have drawn each of their last three games in this competition – the last two 1-1 – we feel that this has the look of another draw, back 1-1 at 11/2 with BetVictor.
West Brom winger James McClean has scored 3 goals in qualifying for Ireland, while Gareth Bale has 4 for Wales – bet on both to score first at 9/1 and 4/1 respectively.