Gareth Bale says Wales are going for Euro 2020 Group E top spot



In the wake of viewing the World Cup sprinters up start their crusade with a 2-1 prevail upon Azerbaijan, Wales will commence with a home diversion against Slovakia at the Stadium Light on Sunday - with the two groups expected to battle for second spot in the gathering.

Bunch says his group have opposed the chances previously and he is sure they can do it once more.

"We are going for best spot," he said. "I don't have the foggiest idea why we wouldn't. We are dependably the longshots so the bookies aren't in every case right.

"We will go into this passing effort hoping to win the gathering.

"Clearly, we know the two nations [Croatia and Slovakia] got off to winning begins a day or two ago however there's no motivation behind why we can't go on and win the gathering."

Slovakia vanquished Hungary 2-0 to put themselves at the highest point of Group E from the get-go yet Bale trusts this Wales squad - which currently includes youthful players such David Brooks, Ben Woodburn and Harry Wilson - is set up for another European run.

"The majority of the youths recognize what it implies, the stuff to qualify.

"We've watched recordings from the last passing effort just to remember what it resembled and we realize it will be troublesome.

"We realize it is a hard gathering, it's constantly hard to meet all requirements for real competitions however we are generally prepared, we are altogether arranged. We are prepared to give everything on that pitch for the pullover and we will do everything we can."

Grains' significant Euro 2016 competition run started with a 2-1 prevail upon Slovakia - and with Bale scoring the opener inside 10 minutes - and he additionally scored his first International objective against them 10 years earlier. In any case, he said past progress against a specific group doesn't influence his attitude.

"I generally feel like I extravagant an objective.

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