Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Saturday, 6pm
BALE or Ramsey? That's the big question punters should consider when looking at Wales' latest match.
Chris Coleman suffered a disappointing World Cup qualifying campaign but has signed a new two-year contract deal and preparation for the 2016 European Championship qualifiers starts now.
Real Madrid star Bale and Arsenal ace Ramsey should give them hope for the future as they try to reach a major finals for the first time since 1958.
Bale is 4-1 with Ladbrokes and others to hit the opener and Ramsey is 9-1. Either could do it but I'm siding with Bale who usually performs well for Wales.
Wales have lost five of their last nine Cardiff clashes but finished their Rio campaign with a win against Macedonia and draw in Belgium and should just about edge this. William Hill's 13-10 is a fair price while the Finns are 5-2 at McBookie.com and the draw 12-5 at Ladbrokes.
Interestingly Finland have netted in 12 of their last 13 away fixtures despite coming nowhere near qualifying for the World Cup so both teams to score could be a shout.
Bale to score first
Both teams to score
(13-10, William Hill)
Note: Ramsey is out through illness so my bets stand