The Welsh national football team is heading into the crucial phase in their battle for Euro 2020 qualification. The Dragons will first face Slovakia away at Stadion Antona Malatinskeho in Trnava on 10th October, where after an appeal by the Welsh FA those 2,137 Welsh fans are able to attend – UEFA had placed a stadium ban as a punishment for racist chants, but overturned the decision later on. The second fixture is a home game against World Cup 2018 finalists Croatia at Cardiff City Stadium. The teams Wales is facing are on top of the group after playing five games, while the Dragons are fourth but have a game in hand. So far the Welsh have beaten Slovakia and Azerbaijan at home, 1-0 and 2-1 respectively, but lost to Hungary and Croatia on the road. While Croatia seems like a surefire qualifier with 10 points in five games, they dropped points in a draw against Azerbaijan in Baku. Slovakia and Hungary are tied at nine points, but Hungary has lost both games against Slovakia. Wales has to reach the top to in order to qualify for the Euro 2020 tournament, played next summer around Europe. Their remaining games after
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