Newly reinstated England captain John Terry is expecting a tough test against Wales this weekend.
England travel to Cardiff this weekend aiming to close the gap on Group G leaders Montenegro as they look to keep their Euro 2012 bid on track.
Despite Wales sitting rock bottom of the group after losing their opening three games in qualifying, Terry is refusing to underestimate the Welsh.
"I think we can expect a very tough game and we must make sure we match them in every department," noted Terry.
"Our players have played at the Millennium Stadium, which will naturally help - but they have a great spine in the side with James Collins, Gareth Bale and Craig Bellamy. They can pose a real threat.
"For me the most important thing is to top the group and make sure we are there (at Euro 2012). I would love to lead the team into that tournament."
"But we must win. Wales have had a bad start, conceding a lot of goals and not scoring too many - but they pose a real threat individually. They've got a good young squad."
Bellamy rowThe game will see Terry lock horns with old rival Craig Bellamy, who was highly critical of the Chelsea skipper in a post-match interview following Manchester City's win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last year.
Terry has played down any row with the Welshman and claims he has a lot of respect for the Cardiff loan star.
"He is a player I have a lot of respect for in the game - maybe sometimes he's been misrepresented in certain ways...he wants to win, be it at Manchester City or Cardiff," added Terry.