Wales boss Rob Page must consider how best to rotate his preferred starting XI for the visit of the Netherlands in the Nations League.

After the high of beating Ukraine to book a ticket to the World Cup, the Dragons welcome the Dutch to Cardiff City Stadium after Louis van Gaal’s side demolished Belgium in Brussels.

While there is plenty of quality available to Page in his first-choice line-up, his bench is generally less experienced against elite opponents.

Therefore how Wales approach this game will be interesting to see given this is the third of five internationals for the team this month, with Belgium and a return trip to the Netherlands to come.

One such player who could come out of the XI is Gareth Bale, given his lack of consecutive match action in recent months with Harry Wilson and Brennan Johnson primed to come in.

Page’s side did come through the win over Ukraine with no new confirmed injury problems and the manager updated fans on his squad’s condition on Tuesday to confirm as much.

Predicted Wales XI: Hennessey; Mepham, Rodon, Davies; Roberts, Allen, Morrell, Norrington-Davies; Wilson, Harris, Johnson.

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