Ben Davies expects another full-blooded Dublin clash between the Republic of Ireland and Wales in the Nations League.
The last time the two countries met at the Aviva Stadium in March 2017 World Cup qualifying points were at stake and an ugly tie produced plenty of controversy.
The goalless draw was overshadowed by Seamus Coleman suffering a double leg fracture, which kept the Republic captain out of football for 10 months.
The Republic were beaten 4-1 in Cardiff last month, but Martin O'Neill's side managed to get a foothold in the group by holding Denmark to a Dublin draw on Saturday.
Denmark midfielder Thomas Delaney accused the Republic of playing "primitive football" after that 0-0 stalemate.
Wales will be without star men Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey for the first time in a competitive fixture since the latter made his debut in 2008.
Bale has returned to Real Madrid after being troubled by muscle fatigue, while Ramsey's wife gave birth to twins over the weekend.