Ashley Williams warns Scotland: 'We have more threats than just Gareth Bale'
SKIPPER Ashley Williams insists Wales are anything but a one-man team ahead of tonight's 2014 World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park.
Spurs talisman Gareth Bale, who scored twice in the 2-1 Group A win over the Scots in Cardiff in October, travelled to Glasgow separately from the rest of the squad because of a virus which has forced him to miss training all week.
Bale has dominated the headlines in the build-up to the match, but Williams believes Scotland will also have to be wary of other threats from Chris Coleman's side.
"He has had a virus that he caught from his daughter, and had an ankle knock as well, and we hadn't seen him for a few days but he is here and he should be playing, all being well," said the Swansea star.
"He is everything to us, a world-class player in great form, we are pleased to have him and I think we are a different team with him.
"But we have a lot of other good players in the team, it isn't just Gareth Bale although, as I said, I think he is world-class player.
"If I was playing against Wales I would pay him close attention but you can't forget the other boys, there is Craig Bellamy who is a top-class player as well. "I think we have other weapons as well and hopefully we can show that we are a good team tonight."