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Gareth Bale has told the young Wales players to 'be patient' ahead of their match against Hungary

Gareth Bale has told the young Wales players to 'be patient' ahead of their match against Hungary

Gareth Bale has urged young Wales players to "remain calm" and "be patient" ahead of their crucial European Qualifiers against Hungary on Tuesday.

Wales have kept their fortunes in their own hands by running eight points from their last four matches in Group E, making them one point behind Hungary, who occupy the second qualifying slot.

Three points will be enough to guarantee the winner's place in the final next summer, with the losers drawn to the March lottery play-off.

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While Tuesday's match could be the biggest international so far for many young Wales players – including 19-year-old Ethan Ampadu and 22-year-old Daniel James – Bale's senior forwards has given them some advice.

"We will sit and talk with them before we go – in the dressing room we will tell them to stay calm, stay calm and be patient," he told Sky Sports News.

"That's the main thing for us – patience is the key and we can't be too frustrated. We know teams like Hungary frustrate other teams and we know in our place that we are strong so we have to be patient."

"We need the crowd behind us throughout the game as they always do and we will give 100 percent. If we give 100 percent on the field we feel we will come out victorious."

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Wales manager Ryan Giggs has confirmed Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are fit enough to start against Hungary

Wales manager Ryan Giggs has confirmed Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are fit enough to start against Hungary

Wales are unbeaten in five matches since losing the summer header to Croatia and Hungary which jeopardized the hopes of qualifying for Euro 2020.

They keep their automatic qualification chances alive with a 2-0 away win to Azerbaijan on Saturday, and Bale insists the team is fully focused on the task faced against Hungary.

"We knew we had to win and in the end the draw was not good enough," Bale added.

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Wales manager Ryan Giggs said striker Kieffer Moore gave them a 'different option'

Wales manager Ryan Giggs said striker Kieffer Moore gave them a 'different option'

"We know the draw will not do it at a certain point if we draw or we fall behind, we have to do it.

"But we have a game plan. We have worked in Hungary, we know how they play and what they do and hopefully we have learned from our mistakes when we play and we will try hard to try and win."

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