This will be just the fourth meeting between Wales and Slovakia, with the Dragons winning two and losing one – most recently a 2-1 victory at Euro 2016 in the group stages.
In Slovakia’s only previous visit to Wales in any competition, they ran out 5-1 winners in a Euro 2008 qualifier at the Principality Stadium back in October 2006.
During that 5-1 defeat, Gareth Bale scored what was his first-ever goal for his country.
Under manager Ryan Giggs, Wales have won two and lost two of their four previous competitive matches, falling to a 2-1 defeat in their last such match versus Denmark.
Slovakia are now winless in their last six away games in all competitions
(D1 L5), since they achieved a 2-1 victory in Lithuania back
in June 2017.
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