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The Dragons held the World Cup semi-finalists 1-1 in Split on Saturday with substitute Nathan Broadhead scoring a last-minute leveller on his international debut. Here, Planet Sport looks at the main talking points surrounding a Group D clash that Wales are expected to win at the Cardiff City Stadium. Must-win for Wales After the bonus of picking up a great point in Croatia, Wales have already entered must-win territory in their bid for a top-two spot in Group D. Latvia are the weakest side in the section, at least according to the FIFA world rankings, and Wales cannot afford to slip up against opponents that their group rivals will be expected to take points off.
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