Ryan Giggs has compared the League of Nations's League against Denmark to a cup final and encouraged his players to win the victory that would put Wales within 180 minutes to qualify for Euro 2020 and & # 39; enable it to be "among the big boys" in Group A when this tournament starts again in two years.
With six points of three games, Wales will know that a win at the Cardiff City Stadium will put them in an incredible position in their group, giving them a welcome insurance policy in trying to reach the next European Championship final. If Wales failed to qualify for Euro 2020 through the traditional format, they would enter into two rounds for a final place due to the fact that they led to the League group of the Generations.
With the promotion of Group A – which has the potential for installments against some of the strongest European countries – is also at stake, Giggs spoke for an international game in November in a way that would not have been ignored in the past unless it was is an essential qualification for a major tournament.
It seems that the public has also bought into the sense of occasion, with a sales crowd of around 33,000 expected. "There are many incentives to the end of the group," said the Wales manager. "First of all to win a truly competitive group, it would be great, and then you'll get the second cherry chain in terms of qualifying for the Euros if you're not automatically – and it's got effect on the seeds to bring Euro  draw too.
"And I'm thinking of everyone – training staff, the players, the fans – to know that you're going into Group A and that the next time the League of Nations will be around you will be among the big boys, it would be great, because you want to play and try yourself against the best. "
Wales will break their work against Denmark, hosting the Republic of Ireland in their final League of Nations on Monday. Although Gareth Bale's fit has boosted Giggs and his players, Denmark has a special record. They lost only twice in 23 games, on penalties against Croatia in the World Cup and, worse, against Slovakia in September when there was a dispute between the Danish football association and players over commercial rights mean that they have to have a vendor and student in XI redevelopment.
A comfortable 2-0 Denmark for Wales won a few days later, with a full full line, a much better reflection of the Age Hareide team and had another influential performance from their Talisman. The two goals were Christian Eriksen, which meant he had scored 15 and set up five in his last 18 appearances for his country.
"Great player," said Giggs. "It was the difference in Aarhus, we must be aware of its features, but it's one thing that sets out a plan to give it up, it's Another really does it. It's very difficult, just like Denmark will give the best quality players that can hurt them. But without doubt, [Eriksen’s] Up there with one of the best performers and the Premier League. He has done so for a constant period of time, scoring goals and making goals. We will try to stop it but we will do our best. "