Wales boss Rob Page says his side will attack Estonia (Match betting – Estonia 7/1, draw 11/4, Wales 8/15) from the first minute as they seek to overtake the Czech Republic in World Cup qualifying Group E.

With Belgium all but assured of top spot and an automatic place in next year’s World Cup, Wales are in a straight battle with the Czechs for second and a play-off place.

The two sides played out a thrilling 2-2 draw on Friday evening to keep everyone guessing who would come out on top.

On Monday, Wales travel to Estonia seeking to get their second away win of the group stage, following an earlier 3-2 triumph in Belarus.

While Estonia are second from bottom in the group, goalscoring has been no issue (13/8 – both teams to score), as they have found the net twice in each of their three home matches.

However, Page says his team will take the game directly to Estonia and has vowed to play attacking football.

“We need to go for it from the first minute,” he said.

“The players you’ll see on the pitch will be down to what we did at the back end of the game [in Friday’s 2-2 draw] against the Czech Republic. You’ll see our intent.

“You’ll see we’ll have players on the pitch that can get us goals.”

Wales have the same points tally as the Czechs, but have played one fewer game.

They are seeking World Cup qualification for the first time since 1958 on the back of two European Championship campaigns, the first of which saw them reach the semi-finals in France in 2016.

Page has no new injury issues to worry about, with Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale continuing to be the highest-profile absentee.

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