|Venue: Cardiff City Stadium Date: Sunday, 25 September Kick-off: 19:45 BST|
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Wales manager Robert Page praised his side's character after a battling 2-1 loss in Belgium set up a must-WIN game against Poland on Sunday.
Wales needs to beat Poland in Wales to stay in the top tier of the Nations League.
The game we want to win is this one. "This is a final." said Page.
Lessons have been learned to take into the World Cup We've asked for this and I told them about it.
We want to compete against nations like Belgium, like Holland, and we have been in the games until the end. The group of players is talked about a lot.
The players will never give up." We've shown it time and time again against the best.
We're going to have to make adjustments. They are the second seed in the world. We've come away from home and it's 2-2 at the end.
I am not going to be negative. One game is all that's left. It's a huge achievement for those players to have qualified for the World Cup and stayed in the division.
Wales won their group in the second tier of the Nations League and are now in the top tier.
Thursday's defeat against Belgium kept Wales bottom of their group with four defeats from five but earlier results were not helped by Page having to field largely second-string sides in June as he prepared for a historic World Cup play-off victory over Ukranian.
He had to depend on his fringe players again. TheWales were overwhelmed in the first half against Belgium, severely weakened by the absence of injured first-team players.
With his limited game-time with Los Angeles FC this season, Bale was only used as a second-half substitute.
The former Real Madrid forward could start.
He said the plan was to play him as little as possible against Belgium.
We need to recover the guys. Changes will be made and we'll try to win the game.