Wales are set to name a strong starting line-up for the international clash that could send them into their first major tournament since 1958.
Chris Coleman's side will face Bosnia-Herzegovina in the Balkans on Saturday night in their penultimate group match hoping to qualify for next summer's European Championships in France in style.
Key man Gareth Bale is fit to start after a calf problem. Joe Allen and Joe Ledley also return following injury.
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Tough task in Bosnia
Wales will be hoping the squad that has lifted them to the summit of their group so far, including Premier League talents such as Aaron Ramsey and Ashley Williams, can overcome a strong Bosnian team.
Former Manchester City striker, Edin Dzeko, playing alongside fellow countryman Miralem Pjanic at Roma, will be among those aiming to put a dent in the visitor's hopes and aid their own chances of attaining a third-place play-off spot.
Asmir Begovic of Chelsea wisely insisted that the home side must contain Bale if they are to hold onto any possibility of emerging victorious on Saturday.
"If you give him space to operate then he causes you all kinds of trouble," the Bosnian goalkeeper told ESPN.
"We have to play to our strengths and give him as little time as possible on the ball to work his magic."
Favourites for clash with minnows
Despite the challenging match in the Balkans, Wales only need a point from one of their last two games to guarantee qualification, the final encounter coming in Cardiff on Tuesday night against Andorra.
Wales will be expected to win that match by some margin, but a result in Bosnia's favour on Saturday could mean a lot of shaky legs when it comes to finishing off the job.
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