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Da Silva Eduardo puts Croatia in the lead with a goal from 12 yards.
Dejan Lovren scores a goal to equalise in the seventy-sixth minute.
Dejan Lovren challenges Joe Ledley unfairly and gives away a penalty. The assist for the goal came from Joe Ledley. Gareth Bale scores a penalty.
Keep up with the action at the Liberty Stadium with minute-by-minute updates on the ITV Sport site.
Wales will face a tough test from Croatia and in particular Luka Modric. They take on Croatia at the Liberty with renewed confidence after an excellent victory in the snow at Hampden Park against Scotland in the latest of their World Cup qualification ties.
Wales will face Croatia in the World Cup qualifier at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea tonight.
The squad need to win to keep their hopes of qualifying alive.
Yesterday Chris Coleman announced that midfielder Owain Tudor Jones will replace the suspended Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey. Ramsey was sent-off during the 2-1 win over Scotland.
Kick off will be at 19.45pm.
Captain Ashley Williams said Wales know they face a tough challenge against Croatia tomorrow night.
"I think they're very good, they've got some top players in their team", the defender warned.
Wales are high on confidence after beating Scotland on Friday, but their last defeat came in October in Croatia.
Wales have called midfielder Owain Tudur Jones into their squad for tomorrow night's World Cup qualifier against Croatia.
The 28-year-old has been added to the party ahead of the game at Swansea's Liberty Stadium, with Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey suspended after he was sent-off during the 2-1 win over Scotland.
Wales manager Chris Coleman said his team dominated the first half of last night's 2012 World Cup Qualifer against Scotland and it was disappointing to be 1-0 down at half time.
Coleman said they thoroughly deserved the 2-1 final score and his focus is now on beating Croatia on Tuesday.