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Uefa qualifying Group D

no.datescorescorers (wales)venue 
 05/09/2016Georgia 1-2 Austria Boris Paichadze Stadium, TbilisiWCQ
 05/09/2016Serbia 2-2 Republic of Ireland Stadion Rajko Mitić, BelgradeWCQ
63105/09/2016Wales 4-0 MoldovaVokes, Allen, Bale (2)Cardiff City Stadium, CardiffWCQ
63206/10/2016Austria 2-2 WalesAllen, o.g.Ernst-Happel-Stadion, ViennaWCQ
 06/10/2016Moldova 0-3 Serbia Zimbru Stadium, ChişinăuWCQ
 06/10/2016Republic of Ireland 0-1 Georgia Aviva Stadium, DublinWCQ
63309/10/2016Wales 1-1 GeorgiaBaleCardiff City Stadium, CardiffWCQ
 09/10/2016Moldova 1-3 Republic of Ireland Zimbru Stadium, ChişinăuWCQ
 09/10/2016Serbia 3-2 Austria Stadion Rajko Mitić, BelgradeWCQ
 12/11/2016Austria 0-1 Republic of Ireland Ernst-Happel-Stadion, ViennaWCQ
 12/11/2016Georgia 1-1 Moldova Boris Paichadze Stadium, TbilisiWCQ
63412/11/2016Wales 1-1 SerbiaBaleCardiff City Stadium, CardiffWCQ
 24/03/2017Georgia 1-3 Serbia Boris Paichadze Stadium, TbilisiWCQ
 24/03/2017Austria 2-0 Moldova Ernst-Happel-Stadion, ViennaWCQ
63524/03/2017Republic of Ireland 0-0 Wales Aviva Stadium, DublinWCQ
 11/06/2017Moldova 2-2 Georgia Zimbru Stadium, ChişinăuWCQ
 11/06/2017Republic of Ireland 1-1 Austria Aviva Stadium, DublinWCQ
63611/06/2017Serbia 1-1 WalesRamsey (pen)Stadion Rajko Mitić, BelgradeWCQ
 02/09/2017Georgia 1-1 Republic of Ireland Boris Paichadze Stadium, TbilisiWCQ
 02/09/2017Serbia 3-0 Moldova Stadion Rajko Mitić, BelgradeWCQ
63702/09/2017Wales 1-0 AustriaWoodburnCardiff City Stadium, CardiffWCQ
 05/09/2017Austria 1-1 Georgia Ernst-Happel-Stadion, ViennaWCQ
63805/09/2017Moldova 0-2 WalesRobson-Kanu, RamseyZimbru Stadium, ChişinăuWCQ
 05/09/2017Republic of Ireland 0-1 Serbia Aviva Stadium, DublinWCQ
 06/10/2017Austria 3-2 Serbia Ernst-Happel-Stadion, ViennaWCQ
 06/10/2017Republic of Ireland 2-0 Moldova Aviva Stadium, DublinWCQ
63906/10/2017Georgia 0-1 WalesLawrenceBoris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, TbilisiWCQ
 09/10/2017Moldova 0-1 Austria Zimbru Stadium, ChişinăuWCQ
 09/10/2017Serbia 1-0 Georgia Stadion Rajko Mitić, BelgradeWCQ
64009/10/2017Wales 0-1 Republic of Ireland Cardiff City Stadium, CardiffWCQ

AUT 1-10-12-03-22-2
GEO1-2 1-11-11-30-1
IRL1-11-0 2-00-10-0
MDA0-12-21-3 0-30-2
SRB3-21-02-23-0 1-1

2.Republic of Ireland1054112619


The draw for the qualification groups was held at the Konstantinovsky Palace in Strelna, Saint Petersburg, Russia on 25 July 2015.

The seedings for Group D were: Pot 1 - Wales, Pot 2 - Austria, Pot 3 - Serbia, Pot 4 - Republic of Ireland, Pot 5 - Moldova, Pot 6 - Georgia

Serbia qualified outright for the Fifa World Cup in Russia with Republic of ireland advancing to the play-offs where they lost over two legs against Denmark.

Wales used a total of 21 players during the qualifying campaign.

The campaign saw a first cap for Ben Woodburn as well as 50th caps for Sam Vokes and Aaron Ramsey and a first international goal for Tom Lawrence.

Neil Taylor became the 17th Welsh international to receive a red card when he was sent off against the Republic of Ireland in Dublin.

Wales also registered their first ever international victory over Georgia during the campaign.