Chris Coleman hopeful Wales can avoid defeat if they have to wear unlucky grey away kit in Austria
Chris Coleman is hoping Wales can avoid another bad beating should his side be forced to wear shades of grey in Austria.
Wales have played in their second strip – hoops of slate and coal – on three previous occasions and lost every time, prompting Coleman to declare: ‘I will be happy if I never see that kit again’.
Austria are usually decked in red, meaning Wales must lobby their opponents for an act of kindness if they are to dodge wearing the unlucky colour for their World Cup qualifier in Vienna on Thursday.
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