Probable starting eleven: Wales: Myhill; Gunter, D Collins, Richards, Taylor; Ramsey, Vaughan, King; Bellamy, Vokes, Church Macedonia: Pacovski; Noveski, Sikov, Grncarov, Mojsov; Tasevski, Demiri, Gligorov, Babunski; Pandev, Ibraimi Both Wales and Macedonia are at the bottom of the group A. Wales have just six points from eight matches, while Macedonia have a point more. Both teams will try to take three points from this match, but I believe Macedonia are closer to the victory. Macedonia and Wales have already met in September, in Skopje. Macedonia were better then and won with 2:1. I am well aware of the fact that Macedonia had the home advantage on that match, but still they were better side on that match. The key reason for my pick is Wales. Or better to say, the situation in Wales national team. The coach Chris Coleman has lot of injured players. He has seen 10 of his initial 23-man squad pull out due to injuries over the past week, with the captain Ashley Williams the latest to miss out. The biggest star Gareth Bale is also among the absentees through a muscular injury. In addition, Joe Allen, Joe Ledley, Andrew Crofts, Adam Matthews and Jack Collison are also out injured. Macedonia travel to Wales with new coach after Cedomir Janevski left the national team few weeks ago to take the Belgian First League outfit Mons. Zoran Stratev is named as temporary solution and he will lead Macedonia against Wales and Serbia on Tuesday. Stratev has almost all players available, only Ivan Trickovski is sidelined through injury. I think Macedonia are closer to the victory.