Last Updated: 10/09/13 9:40pm
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The world most expensive player Gareth Bale could not to inspire a Wales comeback as they suffered a 3-0 defeat to Serbia in Cardiff. Filip Dordevic, Aleksandar Kolarov and Lazar Markovic ensured the Dragons dropped to the bottom of World Cup qualifying Group A with their ninth defeat in the last 13 internationals. It was their biggest home defeat in a competitive international for seven years too.
Sam Vokes comes close to shinning the ball into the roof of the net. We're into TWO minutes of added on time.
WHAT A SAVE! A trademark Gareth Bale free-kick is palmed over the crossbar by goalkeeper Vladimir Stojkovic.
Branislav Ivanovic shoots from his own half. The Chelsea defender is on a mission to try and score. He also had a header which flashed wide earlier on.
Bale goes down under the challenge of Ljubomir Fejsa but referee Szymon Marciniak tells him to get up.
Luka Milivojevic's corner is headed away by a Wales side that are desperate to get on the scoresheet tonight.
Bad news for Wales is that Scotland have won 2-1 out in Macedonia thanks to a late goal. It all means that the Dragons will drop to the bottom of Group A tonight.
Serbia win a corner and the ball is headed out to Ljubomir Fejsa who smashes it high, wide and handsome.
Luka Milivojevic comes on for holding midfielder Ivan Radovanovic as Serbia make their first change of the match.
With Scotland winning in Macedonia, it looks like Wales are sinking to the bottom of Group A as things stand.
GOOD EFFORT! Gareth Bale tests Vladimir Stojkovic with a dipping effort from distance. That's more like it!
Aleksandar Kolarov and Lazar Markovic combine as Serbia look to rub salt into the wounds with a fourth.
@the_danfinch Tweets: "Wales rubbish again. No points from the last two games is not good enough. With Scotland winning, we're now bottom. Coleman out."
The world's most expensive player Gareth Bale comes on to a standing ovation. David Vaughan also comes on while Andy King and Andrew Crofts are the men replaced.
It's all so easy for Serbia. Dusan Tadic's effort is parried out by Boaz Myhill, but Markovic is on hand to bag his first competitive goal for Serbia with a low effort from close-range.
Aleksandar Kolarov doesn't fancy taking on a long-range effort with his right-foot and opts to go square.
Wales get the second half underway. Gareth Bale has worked up a sweat, but is still not on the pitch. There have been no changes for either side.
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Wales are now 80/1 to claim victory with our friends @Skybet, who make Serbia 1/50 and the draw 12/1. Head now to SKYBET to place your bets on this match.
Wales find themselves 2-0 down to Serbia in World Cup qualifying Group A. Goals from Filip Djordjevic and a rocket from Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov helped the visitors into a comfortable lead at the Cardiff City Stadium. They are on course to recording their first away victory of the group. As for Wales, it's all about whether manager Chris Coleman will bring on Gareth Bale in the second half. We shall see!
Sinisa Mihajlovic's side are well on course to recording their first away win of the group now. Not even Gareth Bale can save Wales from this position...can he?
GREAT CHANCE! At the other end Sam Vokes' header flicks inches past the far post. The Burnley striker will feel he should have pulled a goal back almost immediately.
The Manchester City player scores just his third goal for Serbia. Two of them have now come against Wales and what a cracker! He collects the ball about 30-yards from goal and unleashes a stunning left-foot strike which flies into the top right-hand corner. Unstoppable!
GREAT CHANCE! Brighton & Hove Albion man Andrew Crofts gives the ball away again and that allows Lazar Markovic to pick out Ljubomir Fejsa, but his effort is saved superbly.
Sinisa Mihajlovic sends out a few orders from the touchline. The game is a lot more even now and the crowd are much more involved.
Radovanovic then takes a smack from Andrew Crofts in the middle of the park as things get a bit spicy.
HEAVY KNOCK! Aaron Ramsey falls heavily into the advertising hoardings after a challenge from Ivan Radovanovic.
Wales' skipper for the night Aaron Ramsey comes back from an offside position to try and win the ball. The flag is raised immediately.
Aaron Ramsey is free down the middle and comes inches from getting a vital touch on the ball which would have had goakeeper Vladimir Stojkovic in trouble.
Adam Matthews delivered the cross and he does so again, but once again Serbia clear their lines. This is much better from the Dragons.
Matija Nastasic and Sam Vokes go for the ball in the box and it deflects up in the air off the Manchester City defender and to safety.
JUST WIDE!! Branislav Ivanovic loses Danny Gabbidon at the corner, but his powerful header fizzes wide of the near post with Boaz Myhill stranded.
Despite Serbia leading 1-0, it's not going to be another 6-1 scoreline, like it was in Novi Sad last year.
Craig Bellamy works his socks off to come back 50-yards, make the tackle and then take the ball forward. If you want total commitment, then just look at the Cardfiff City striker for inspiration.
There's a sight for sore eyes as Gareth Bale comes out for a warm-up. He gets a huge cheer from the home supporters in a stadium which is far from full.
CLOSE! Dusan Tadic's deflected effort flies inches past the near post with goalkeeper Boaz Myhill stranded on his goal-line.
Replays of the goal have provided the evidence that Duricic was onside for the goal after Andrew Crofts stepped back onto the pitch.
Serbia have not won any of their last five competitve away games. It's been two years since their last away win, but they're off to a great start tonight.
Serbia break the deadlock early on in Cardiff, but there are big questions on whether Filip Djordjevic was offside when he scored. Lazar Markovic's inital header was parried up into the air by Boaz Myhill. The 25-year-old, who plays his football for Ligue 1 side Nantes, headed the ball back across goal and into the far corner. Everybody switched off!
Chris Gunter chips the ball up and looks to get onto the end of his own flick. However, goalkeeper Vladimir Stojkovic is out in a flash to collect the ball.
CHANCE! Andrew Crofts' poor touch allows 19-year-old Benfica striker Lazar Markovic a chance to break the deadlock, but he curls his right-foot effort over the crossbar.
Sinisa Mihajlovic's side have failed to build on that handsome 6-1 victory against Wales on home soil and are out of contention for qualification for next summer's World Cup in Brazil. They have yet to win away from home this campaign.
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Wales are considered underdogs tonight at 12/5 to win with our friends @Skybet with Serbia 6/5 and the draw 12/5 . In Gareth Bale's absence, Craig Bellamy is rated as the hosts' main goal threat and is available at 15/2 to open the scoring in our Price Boosts. Aaron Ramsey to score first and Wales to win 2-1 is a 95/1 shot. Wales having kept just a solitary clean sheet in their last 13 games, making Serbia odds-on to score first and Filip Djordjevic is 8/1 along with Filip Djuricic. Lazar Markovic to score first and Serbia to win 2-0 is a 70/1 shout. Well worth a flutter in my book!. Head now to SKYBET to place your bets on this match.
WALES TEAM NEWS: Surprise, surprise! Gareth Bale is named on the bench for Wales' World Cup qualifier against Serbia after overcoming a groin strain. The new Real Madrid signing underwent a scan on the problem on Monday but played a full part in training and is included in Chris Coleman's heavily-revised matchday squad. Adam Matthews is at left-back as Ben Davies partners Danny Gabbidon in the centre of the defence. Aaron Ramsey takes over the captaincy with Ashley Williams suspended as Andy King, Sam Vokes and Andrew Crofts also come into the starting line-up.
SERBIA TEAM NEWS: Serbia include Manchester City pair Matija Nastasic and Aleksandar Kolarov in their side, with Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic skippering the team.
WALES TEAM: Boaz Myhill, Chris Gunter, Adam Matthews, Danny Gabbidon, Ben Davies, Andy King, Aaron Ramsey, Andrew Crofts, Joe Ledley, Craig Bellamy, San Vokes.
SUBSTITUTES: Wayne Hennessey, Owain Fon Williams, Paul Dummett, Declan John, David Vaughan, Jack Collison, Simon Church, Hal Robson-Kanu, Gareth Bale.
SERBIA TEAM: Stojkovic; Bisevac, Nastasic, Ivanovic, Kolarov; Tadic, Radovanovic, Fejsa, Dordevic; Duricic, Markovic.
Serbia captain Branislav Ivanovic believes his side can handle whatever Wales throw at them, regardless of whether Gareth Bale plays or not. The Chelsea defender said: "Bale is one of the best players in the world, everyone knows that, but it is not just him. There are other great players in the Wales squad and they have played really well in some games. Bale is one of their main players but we do not know whether he will play or how long he will play, but we have to be ready to face a side with him or without him, and we are. It's difficult to stop him, he is a player who is always hard to mark. But for us it is important to play as a team as one individual cannot make that much of a difference over a game."
Coleman was less than impressed by how his side were treated in defeat to Macedonia on Friday. Roughhouse tactics from the hosts saw Aaron Ramsey receive an elbow in the throat and Jonathan Williams suffer an ankle injury in a poor challenge which is set to keep him sidelined for six weeks. He's expecting more of the same against Serbia tonight.
Coleman on Gareth Bale: "If Gareth says to me he can play a part then he is coming onto the pitch. There is no way that he is not coming on to the pitch. If he had said to me before the Macedonia game he could play 20 minutes, then I would have put him on for 30, I would have pushed him a little. But I can't do that if he says to me he isn't ready."
Wales will leapfrog Serbia in Group A with a home win tonight, but the hosts will have to overcome unfavourable odds if they're to do so. With Belgium and Croatia well clear at the top of the group, qualification is out of grasp for both sides, but a win for Wales could see them occupy third. Chris Coleman's side are seeking reveng for their 6-1 thumping in Novi Sad last year.
The big news, if you don't know already is that Gareth Bale has been named on the Wales substitutes bench for clash.
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