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Latest Odds

Betfair: Path A – Qualification Winner

Wales: 15/8

Austria: 15/8

Scotland: 3/1

Ukraine: 7/2

Betfair: To win the 2022 World Cup

Wales: 250/1

Betfair: Wales vs Austria match odds

Wales: 9/5

Draw: 15/8

Austria: 9/5

Wales to qualify: 9/10

Austria to qualify: 20/23

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Who has qualified for the World Cup so far?

Which nations have qualified for Qatar 2022?

So far: Qatar (hosts), Germany, Denmark, Brazil, Belgium, France, Croatia, Spain, Serbia, England, Switzerland, Netherlands, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea

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Headlines from team news

Real Madrid forward Bale had missed Sunday’s El Clasico with Barcelona but was fit to win his 101st cap as Wales made four changes from their November draw against Belgium.

As well as Bale, Wayne Hennessey, Ethan Ampadu and Harry Wilson returned.

David Alaba, Bale’s Real team-mate, led an Austria team featuring former West Ham striker Marko Arnautovic and Bayern Munich midfielder Marcel Sabitzer.

Skipper Gareth Bale was named in the Wales starting line-up for their World Cup play-off semi-final against Austria in Cardiff.

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