Wales were held to a draw in Austria last time out but they should be able to bounce back with all three points when Georgia visit later today.
Somewhat surprisingly, Georgia have won all three of their previous encounters with the Welsh but I’m not going to read too much into that record. The two nations haven’t met since 2008 and Wales are a very different team to the side they were eight years ago.
Chris Coleman’s side have tasted defeat just once in their last 11 home games and Georgia are not good travellers. In their last 10 games on the road they’ve managed just two wins, against Gibraltar and Spain, and one draw in Albania.
Their shock 1-0 success over Spain came in a Euro 2016 warm-up match and I’m still not sure how they did it – they managed just 24% possession and two shots on target but a much-changed Spain side somehow squandered all the chances that came their way.
Georgia were beaten by Ireland in their last qualifier and they seem to be heading for another loss on Sunday. Wales generally start strongly and in their recent games against Austria and Moldova they scored two goals in the first half in each fixture.
I’m backing them to make a good start again today and my top bet for this clash is a Wales/Wales result in the half-time/full-time market at 20/23.