Watch Bosnia And Herzegovina Vs. Wales Live Stream Free, 2016 UEFA Euro Qualifiers, Group Round

Watch Bosnia And Herzegovina vs. Wales live stream free in the 2016 UEFA Euro qualifiers group round, from Stadion Bilino polje, Zenica on Saturday, October 10, 2015.

Wales currently holds first place in Group B in the 2016 Euro qualifiers, with Belgium hot on their heels. But manager Chris Coleman's team is extremely motivated to reach the final leg of a tournament since the 1958 FIFA World Cup. It has been a long time.

This is one of the most competitive groups in the qualifier phase and has seen Israel unexpectedly climb to third place with 13 points. Bosnia and Herzegovina is in fourth with 11 and still has chances to qualify for a playoff berth. However, they have to steal three points on Israel, which has a better head-to-head record.

If you tune in to watch Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Wales live stream fre,e you will see whether Wales is able to clinch the berth to the 2016 UEFA Euro Finals in France next summer. But it's not a sure thing and the Welsh could still be eliminated if they lose their next two matches and Israel wins their two final encounters. Improbable, but not impossible.

Wales can still qualify and have a game to spare if Belgium loses to Andorra on Saturday because they have a better head-to-head record against Belgium, which has their last match of the qualifiers against Israel, according to UEFA.

Edin Dzeko from Bosnia and Herzegovina
Edin Dzeko from Bosnia and Herzegovina (Photo by Jamie McDonald/Getty Images)

Their last meeting for Group B ended with a 0-0 draw between Wales and Bosnia and Herzegovina in Cardiff. The teams' two previous encounters yielded a 2-2 draw in 2003 in Wales and a 2-0 win for the Bosnians in 2012. Additionally, the Bosnians are undefeated in their three Group B home games, with two wins and one draw so far.

Those who watch Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Wales live stream this Saturday will be able to see whether Gareth Bale and Co. can continue their 10-game winning streak, which is the longest since an eight-game streak, between November 1984 to September 1987.

During the last 10-games, Coleman's team has given up only three goals and are undefeated in five away games in competitive fixtures. Wales has not conceded a goal in their last three matches.

But despite apparently having the odds in their favor, Wales knows fans expect them to win this match and qualify to the 2016 UEFA Euro finals in France. The anticipation is hard to miss as the most important game in recent memory will certainly make the small country pause on Saturday.

As expected, all eyes will be on Real Madrid striker Gareth Bale, who is confirmed to be on the starting lineup for Coleman. The 26-year-old midfielder suffered a calf injury in September and was sidelined until this past weekend, when he returned to the pitch.

Gareth Bale will start for Wales in Euro qualifier aganst Bosnia and Herzegovina
Gareth Bale will start for Wales in Euro qualifier aganst Bosnia and Herzegovina (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Viewers who watch Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Wales live stream free on Saturday will see if Coleman made the right decision starting Bale.

"We never risk players. Gareth is fit to start."

"He gets all the headlines, and when you are a great player that is what happens."

"He has scored the majority of our goals but it is a collective thing, we have only conceded twice. It is not his fault he has the spotlight on him but we have a great group, great togetherness and he buys into all of that."

Watch Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Wales live stream free HERE from Zenica. Kick-off is at 2:45 p.m. ET.

[Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images]