Asking Ben Woodburn to fill in for Gareth Bale is, to put it mildly, a big ask.
Zidane had said that he "hoped" Bale was not risked by his country for the games in Tbilisi on Friday and Cardiff on Monday.
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The 28 year-old did score a wonderful goal in the Champions League last week which was voted "goal of the week" but it has now been discovered that the Welsh galactico will not feature in the two upcoming World Cup qualifiers after a scan revealed he would not be fit to feature.
Perez is said to have told Bale he could go on Wales duty but would have to be very careful as one more injury could end his Real career.
So Ireland should be looking to win both games regardless of Wales' result in Georgia but that has gotten more realistic with Bale's injury.
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With Coleman expected to task Liverpool's Ben Woodburn with the job of replacing the Real Madrid forward, Brooks could emerge as the 47-year-old's first-choice option from the bench should Wales need to bolster their attack during a match which could decide whether they qualify for Russian Federation 2018.
The 17-year-old striker scored on his debut as a second-half substitute against Austria and then set up the opening goal in a 2-0 win in Moldova three days later. He joined up with the Wales squad yesterday and did a light training...
Bale faces being ruled out for up to four weeks which makes him a doubt for potential World Cup playoffs next month.
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Second place could be enough to earn Coleman's team a place in the play-offs, which will see eight of the nine runners-up in the European qualifying groups play for four remaining places in Russian Federation 2018.