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RAMSEY EXPECTED FOR SERBIA CLASH

Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey is expected to feature in Wales clash against Serbia, according to reports.


The Welsh international has not played for his country since his feat in the stunning victory over a star-studded Belgian team at the quarterfinal stage of Euro 2016. He picked up a yellow card that ensured he missed the semi final clash with Portugal, eventual champions. After four months, he is expected to feature in their World Cup qualifying match against Serbia despite gradually regaining full match fitness.

Ramsey missed three World Cup qualifying games as he was suffering from hamstring injury. He picked up the injury on the first match of the season. Wales would be expecting the Arsenal to be on his best, as Serbia seems to be their biggest threat from Russia 2018. They already dropped points against Georgia and Serbia last month, but would be most willing to get maximum points when they meet Serbia again.

“I’ve seen him up close in a tournament; I’ve seen the level he’s at. In my personal opinion, there’s not a team on the planet he couldn’t play for when he’s at his best. That’s not a biased opinion because I’m a Welshman and we all love Rambo. I’m looking at it clinically. Playing in a tournament, against the top teams, he was head and shoulders above,” Welsh coach Chris Coleman said of Ramsey.

When asked if Ramsey would start against Serbia, Coleman confirmed.

“Of course he’s going to start the game. He looks great. However long he’ll last, physically, we don’t know, but we do know he’s generally probably one of the fittest players playing football. Looking at the last two months, we have to see where he’s at.”

The team regulars in Ashley Williams, Gareth Bale, Joe Allen and others are poised to feature in the important game for Wales.