Charlie Adam Tackle on Gareth Bale Broken Leg

Charlie Adam Tackle on Gareth Bale Broken Leg, Gareth Bale will not be able to play against the city on Tuesday, due to injury Caused by Charlie Adams.

Gareth Bale says it would not be a surprise if Wales defeated great rivals England in their Euro 2012 qualifier on Saturday.

The Tottenham winger, who is enjoying his best season with Spurs, is adamant Wales can spring a shock result against England despite having lost their opening three qualifiers."We're quietly confident in the camp that we've got enough to pull off an upset," Bale said."People might laugh at us but we fully believe that we've got some good players here and we'll be fully prepared and ready to take it to England."The 21-year-old is relishing the opportunity of playing against some of his club team-mates, many of whom are regular squad members with the Three Lions."I've had a bit of banter with (Jermain) Defoe and (Michael) Dawson back at the club and it will be a great game on Saturday and I'm hoping Wales will come out on top," he said."A lot of us haven't played against England for the full team. It will be a great occasion and one we all want to play in.""I definitely think it will be a great experience for us to play at the highest level and it will stand us in good stead for the future.""Now is the time we need to start delivering and there's no better game than to beat England."The fixture against England also marks the return of Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, who has been regaining his fitness via a series of loan spells after recovering from a broken leg.The young midfielder’s return, in addition to Bale’s return from a six-week spell on the sidelines, will serve as a boost to Gary Speed’s men."We're still young, we're still learning and we're both improving at our clubs and we want to keep doing that," Bale said."If we do then it will be good for the Welsh team."Bale also dismissed suggestions his return to the national set-up would have a major bearing on the result, insisting it would require a collective effort to knock over England."I don't think any player can carry the whole team and it's about the team playing well together and not individuals," he said."As long as we work as a team then I think we can go a long way."