Wales boss Chris Coleman feels he and his team let their country down with their 6-1 defeat in Serbia - but he believes the pressure that has put them under could prove a good thing going into Friday night's clash with Scotland.

Ahead of the World Cup qualifier against the Scots at Cardiff City Stadium, the Dragons are bottom of Group A having lost 2-0 at home to Belgium and then been hit for six in Novi Sad in their opening two fixtures.

"The players know we let our country down, big style," Coleman said. "But the players we have are a good set - a little bit quiet, but we have a lot of young boys. They are good guys, they want to do well and we can do a lot better than we did against Serbia."

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