|2018 World Cup qualifiers: Moldova v Wales|
|Venue: Stadionul Zimbru, Chisinau Date: Tuesday, 5 September Kick-off: 19:45 BST|
Midfielder Joe Allen and defender Neil Taylor have returned to the Wales squad for their trip to Moldova in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday.
The pair missed Wales' 1-0 win over Austria on Saturday that kept alive their hopes of going to Russia.
Jonny Williams and James Collins drop out to accommodate their return.
Moldova are set to be without injured pair Petru Racu and Alexandru Gatcan, but experienced defender Vitalie Bordian is available after suspension.
Wales are four points behind Group D leaders Serbia, who beat winless Moldova 3-0 at the weekend.
Only the nine group winners in Europe's qualifying procedure automatically earn a place in next year's tournament in Russia, while the eight best runners-up enter the play-offs.
Chris Coleman's side are two points behind the Republic of Ireland, in second place, who face Serbia in Dublin on Tuesday night.
Wales beat Moldova 4-0 at home at the beginning of the campaign and will be expecting to pick up three more points in Chisinau.
"We are a couple points back on the Republic and they have got to come to us. That is the last fixture here," Coleman said.
"But the biggest we've had in a long time is away to Moldova. We have to take care of our own business. Three games to go, anything can happen."
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