Not all about Ramsey and Bale, says Gunter

Chris Coleman's side open their qualifying campaign against Andorra on Tuesday, as they aim to get off to a winning start in Group B.

With two automatic spots and one play-off berth up for grabs in a group also containing Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cyprus and Israel, Wales will feel they have a chance of advancing to a major tournament for only the second time in their history, after reaching the World Cup finals in Sweden in 1958.

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