Swansea City full-back Neil Taylor is ready to make history with Wales after a good performance and result with the Swans against Tottenham Hotspur last weekend.
Taylor has been in excellent form this season. The defender has been consistently solid along side skipper and international teammate Ashley Williams in the heart of the Swansea City defence.
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The Swans’ Welsh international stars go into Saturday’s fixture with Bosnia in full confidence after a good display in the 2-2 draw with Spurs on Sunday. Speaking to Swansea City’s official website ahead of Wales’ potential history-making game, Neil Taylor said;
“It’s nice to go into the international week in positive mood on the back of a good result and performance.
“It was good to see Ash (Williams), myself and Ben (Davies) come through last weekend’s game unscathed, while Aaron (Ramsey) and Bale also came through without picking up injuries.
“It’s a chance to make history. We are all looking forward to it and hopefully we can get the result we need.”
Chris Coleman’s side need just a point from any of their two remaining fixtures to qualify for their first major tournament since the 1958 World Cup. If Wales don’t get the job done against Bosnia on the weekend, surely they will get the result they need on Tuesday night when they welcome minnows Andorra to the Cardiff City Stadium in their final qualifier.