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Bale Absence Felt In Wales Win Over Georgia
October 17 2017, 09:22 | Ann Lamb
The time is right for the great Irish Bale out
Their record without Bale does not make pretty reading - Wales have not won any of their last 10 games when the 28-year-old has been absent - but midfielder Edwards believes the leaders in the squad have to stand up.
Wales have seven players carrying yellow cards into Friday's 2018 World Cup qualifier against Georgia in Tbilisi - skipper Ashley Williams, Aaron Ramsey, James Chester, Ben Davies, Joe Ledley, Andy King and Hal Robson-Kanu.
Wales manager Chris Coleman has sought to defuse any potential club versus country row over Gareth Bale by insisting that the Real Madrid forward did not suffer a fresh injury setback while training with the national team.
Giggs told Sky Sports: "When you look at Bale and the physical specimen he is, he is always going to be putting his body under pressure, especially with the sort of challenges he comes up against from other players".
I'm in little doubt that the Republic will do enough to ensure a victory in Wales would get them second in the group, although that objective would be made easier if the Welsh do slip up in Georgia.
WALES must prove they are no one-man team in order to reach their first World Cup finals since 1958.