|Euro 2016 qualifiers: Wales v Israel|
|Venue: Cardiff City Stadium Kick-off: 17:00 BST, Sunday, 6 September|
|Coverage: Live on BBC Radio 5 live, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Cymru and online.|
Gareth Bale says Wales will be stepping into the unknown on Sunday when they attempt to beat Israel in Cardiff and seal their place at Euro 2016.
The Real Madrid forward headed the vital goal in Cyprus as Wales won 1-0 in Nicosia and stay top of Group B.
With the top two qualifying for France, three more points will be enough to seal Wales' place at a major finals for the first time since 1958.
"We've never done it so I'm guessing it's going to be hard," Bale said.
"But this group is focused, we really know what we need to do and hopefully we can deliver on Sunday.
"It would probably be the best thing we've achieved. If we can get across the line it'll be an amazing thing, not just for us but the whole nation and the whole of Welsh football.
"We know what's coming. All out attention has been focused on the Cyprus game, we haven't thought about the Israel game at all.
"That's the good thing about this team, we haven't taken our eyes off the ball once."
Vital goal delights Bale
Wales had not won in Cyprus since 1992 and as chances came and went in Nicosia on Thursday it seemed as though they would be denied once again.
But with eight minutes remaining on the clock, Jazz Richards picked out Bale and the 26-year-old met the ball with a thumping header that gave the excellent Antonis Georgallides in the Cyprus goal no chance.
"I've not scored too many better [headers] and at a vital time, which was important," added Bale.
"Obviously it wasn't our best performance in terms of attacking but we defended well as a unit and showed again what a good team we are.
"We try to defend as a team from front to back, but the backline were incredible. In the end we deserved to win, we created the better chances."
Wales wait on reinforcements for Israel
Wales boss Chris Coleman said that Joe Ledley remained a "huge doubt" for Sunday's match against Israel with the hamstring problem that saw the Crystal Palace midfielder miss out in Cyprus.
But West Bromwich Albion defender James Chester has a chance of playing after his hamstring injury kept him out in Nicosia.
West Ham United's James Collins is another option at the heart of defence.
But after the performance of skipper Ashley Williams, Chris Gunter and Ben Davies in Nicosia, Wales manager Chris Coleman may be unwilling to tinker with his winning formula.
'Better side might have exploited left-hand side'
Former Wales captain Kevin Ratcliffe: "We kept it nice and tight at the back and weren't chasing things.
"Cyprus had a lot of possession in the second half but never really got in behind us and hurt us.
"I was a little bit concerned down the left-hand side on one or two occasions and I think a better side might have exploited that.
"We've got to rectify that for the next game, because Israel would have seen that we're lacking left-sided players with the nous to get across the pitch on a consistent basis. We are lacking that with Joe Ledley not in the squad.
"But we are resilient at the back: Chris Gunter and Ashley Williams were immense along with Jazz Richards, who was so comfortable in that position.
"One goal is enough the way we defend."