Since their defeat to Hungary 18 months ago, Ryan Giggs' Wales team has improved significantly and they have an excellent chance to continue their good run when they take on Bulgaria in Sunday's UEFA Nation's League clash.
Thursday's 1-0 win in Finland once again demonstrated both their strong defence and their ability to grind out victories without their stars. Aaron Ramsey and Joe Allen were missing in Helsinki and Gareth Bale played only 45 minutes, but the Dragons recorded their third successive clean sheet and extended their unbeaten run to seven.
Bulgaria came close to sneaking a draw against the Republic of Ireland in their opener, but are now without a win in 15 games, and won't be helped by the absence of a number of first choice players here so Wales look a solid bet.
Parramatta Eels go into this game as big favourites against the inconsistent Warriors, but I think they could be worth opposing here.
The third-placed Eels had guaranteed a Finals spot with a run of four wins out of five, but they hadn't been that impressive during their winning streak and they were brought down to earth dramatically by a 38-0 loss to the Rabbitohs last week.
By contrast, the Warriors have been improving steadily, and have a similar winning record. They also go into this game with plenty of confidence after an impressive 30-point victory over Newcastle. They are obviously the outsiders on paper for this clash, but their fighting spirit makes them a value bet at these odds.
Only one point separated these teams in the Top 14 when the 2019/20 season was cancelled and the odds suggest their first meeting of the new campaign could be close.
Both sides had slow starts last time round after finishing first and second at the end of the 2018/19 season, but they had found form by the spring and with superstars such as Cheslin Kolbe and Kurtley Beale in their ranks, will be keen to start strong.
Unfortunately, the pandemic has cast its shadow over this game. A number of Toulouse players have reportedly gone down with Covid-19 and that could be enough to give Clermont the edge. Back the home side to start with a win.
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