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        Wales vs Armenia Prediction, Tips & Stats

        Wales and Armenia are set to battle in Group D of the Euro 2024 qualifiers with the Welsh currently sitting second and unbeaten after two games and without the services of Gareth Bale anymore.

        So far, the absence of the all-time leading goalscorer for Wales has not been felt with Wales managing to move into second after two of the 10 games in Group D. This has come off the back of beating Latvia in a 1-0 win that saw Kieffer Moore get his 10th goal for the Dragons.

        Wales also drew with Croatia before that game in a 1-1 clash, as Nathan Broadhead salvaged a point away to the third-placed 2022 World Cup team. Croatia do, however, sit above the Dragons on goals difference after they beat Turkey 2-0.

        As for Armenia, they come into this game having played just once in the Euro 2024 qualifiers, although they did draw 2-2 with Cyprus in another game back in March.

        Their only game so far in Group D saw them lose at home to Turkey after Orkun Kokcu scored before a finish from Karem Aturkoglu. In fact, the only goal Armenia scored was from an own goal from Ozan Kabak.

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        Wales team news

        This will be the first set of fixtures in over a decade without Gareth Bale's presence in some form, as the Welshman retired this year. He passed the armband to Aaron Ramsey, who after an underwhelming season for Nice, is expected to get his 81st cap. Harry Wilson and Ethan Ampadu should start here as well, with Joe Morrell and David Brooks likely tp play too. 18-year-olds, Luke Harris and Jordan James, could get minutes as well. At the back, Neco Williams, Ben Davies, Joe Rodon and Chris Mepham should start with Wayne Hennessey likely to get his 109th Wales cap in goal. Kieffer Moore barely started for Bournemouth this season but still is the highest-scoring forward with Wales right now, and he should feature with Brennan Johnson and Daniel James.

        Armenia team news

        Henrikh Mkhitaryan called it a day with Armenia a while back and his goals have been a great miss. In fact, there are just two goals spread across the current Aremia forwards in the camp with Tigran Barseghyan boasting the most goals with eight in 54 caps. In fact, there's more goals in the defence, and Kamo Hovhannisyan and the captain, Varazdat Haroyan, will play at the back. Arsen Beglaryan should go in goal with David Yurchenko not called up. Hrayr Mkoyan and Hovhannes Hambardzumyan could be big misses in defence, while Koln's Sargis Adamyan is not in the squad right now.

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