Wales Optimistic before Latvia Fixture
Cardiff, 28 Mar (ONA) --- Aaron Ramsey said earning a last-gasp draw against World Cup semi-finalists Croatia has helped Wales to move on from their World Cup disappointment.
Robert Page's side made an ideal start to their Euro qualifying campaign as Nathan Broadhead's 93rd-minute debut goal saw Wales snatch a point in Split.
Wales were playing for the first time since the World Cup where they were eliminated at the group stage.
Wales boss Page knows his side must beat Latvia to back up their unexpected point in Croatia in a game they will be expected to win, BBC sports reported.
Latvia are 133rd in the FIFA world rankings, 105 places below Wales in 28th.
Only Lithuania, Andorra, Malta, Moldova, Liechtenstein, Gibraltar and San Marino are ranked lower in Europe.
Latvia warmed up for their visit to the Welsh capital with a narrow 3-2 friendly defeat by the Republic of Ireland in Dublin.
Wales have confirmed that men's all-time record scorer Gareth Bale will be honoured in a pre-match ceremony.
Bale is expected address what is anticipated to be a sold-out crowd.