Dean Saunders: 'Andorra can't stop Gareth Bale'

Saunders: 'Andorra can't stop Bale'
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Gareth Bale will prove to be "unstoppable" for Wales against Andorra, according to former striker Dean Saunders.

Former Wales striker Dean Saunders has backed Gareth Bale to shine when they play Andorra this evening.

The Real Madrid star starts for Chris Coleman's side in their Euro 2016 qualifier, and the ex-Liverpool forward thinks that Bale will be "unstoppable".

"I think any team [would be scared of Bale]," he told Sky Sports News. "I've been fortunate enough to coach him, and he's unstoppable. When you stand next to him, you don't realise how big he is and how quick he is, so he's hard to stop. I can't see how this team can stop Gareth.

"We've got the best chance we've ever had to qualify, two teams qualify, and we've got Gareth Bale in the team, obviously, so I think the tactics will be to get the ball to Gareth.

"I would have thought there would goals in this one. This team they're playing against, they've not scored for four years, 18 games I think, so it's a good start for Wales."

You can catch live commentary of the game here.

Wales national team manager Chris Coleman looks on during the International Friendly match between Wales v Ireland at the Cardiff City Stadium on August 14, 2013
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