Gareth Bale wants his Wales team-mates to”chip in and help the team”, according to forwards Tom Lawrence.
After many months of uncertainty over his potential, Bale ended a drought stretching back to March 16 with 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.
The 30-year-old will put his club commitments because he looks to guide Wales however, they therefore are just three adrift of both Croatia and Slovakia in the race for a top-two spot and trail leaders Hungary by six factors in Group E.
Ryan Giggs was promoted by the fact that Bale, Daniel James and Harry Wilson all have been one of the goals in club level this season and Lawrence believes his team-mates will need to become supportive of Bale about the international stage.
Lawrence said:”We can not abandon it down to Gareth himself, additional players have got to chip in and help the team.
“There is some of us pushing for a start on Friday and we’ll all be looking forward to getting on the pitch.
“When he (Bale) is enjoying he is among the world’s greatest. Every single time that he will get on the pitch to Wales is a bonus.
“It always helps if you’re playing games. When you are not match-fit it’s not simple to come play games”
Lawrence has additional motivation to achieve the next year’s contest as he missed out in Euro 2016 if Wales attained the and qualified for their first tournament.
Ankle ligaments tore having been a part of the pre-tournament training squad in Portugal.
He said”It was a tough time. You’re looking forward to visiting the Euros and for that to be stopped by an accident is not great.
“I would really like to play at a significant tournament. It had been my biggest learning curve in missing the Euros and dealing with that.
“Since then I have come on a long way. It’d be nice to get in there again.”
Wales face Azerbaijan in their second Euro 2020 qualifier on Friday ahead of a friendly against Belarus in Cardiff three days after, live on Sky Sports Premier League.

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