Gareth Bale wants his Wales team-mates to”chip in and help the team”, according to forward Tom Lawrence.
Following many months of uncertainty over his future, Bale ended a drought stretching back on March 16 using a brace in the 2-2 La Liga of Real Madrid draw at Villarreal on Sunday, though Wales’ talisman was sent off in stoppage time.
As he looks to direct Wales however, the 30-year-old will put his team obligations, they route leaders Hungary by six things at Group E and are three adrift of both Croatia and Slovakia.
Ryan Giggs has been encouraged by the very fact that Bale, Daniel James and Harry Wilson have been among the goals in club level this season and Lawrence believes his team-mates need to be supportive of Bale.
Lawrence explained:”We can’t abandon it all down to Gareth himself, other players have got to chip in and help the group.
“There’s a few people pushing for a start on Friday and we’ll all be excited about getting around the pitch.
“When he (Bale) is playing with he is among the world’s greatest. Is a bonus.
“It always helps when you’re playing games. When you are not match-fit it’s never easy to come play games”
Lawrence has additional motivation as he missed out at Euro 2016 when Wales attained the and qualified for their first tournament to accomplish next year’s contest.
Ligaments tore having been a part of the training group in Portugal.
He said:”It was a difficult moment. You’re looking forward to going to the Euros and for that to be stopped by an injury is never great.
“I’d like to play at a major tournament. It had been my learning curve in overlooking the Euros and dealing with this.
“Ever since then I have come on a very long way. It would be nice to get in there again.”
Wales face Azerbaijan in their second Euro 2020 qualifier on Friday prior to a friendly against Belarus at Cardiff three days afterwards, live on Sky Sports Premier League.

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