The youngster earned his first call-up to Paul Bodin’s side last month and Joe made his debut in the defeat away to Belgium. After keeping up his good form under Neil MacFarlane and his coaching staff, Joe will once again join up with the national team ahead of the two matches.
Wales are currently bottom of their qualifying Group with Germany and Belgium in the top two spaces. Wales have won two and lost four of their matches as they go into the final window of international matches for this qualifying round of the competition.
The side will welcome Moldova to Wrexham’s Racecourse Ground on Friday 13 November in a 5pm kick-off before they will travel to Germany to play the current group leaders in Braunschweig. That match will kick-off at 5:15pm UK time.
The Welsh FA will be streaming the match with Moldova on their YouTube and Facebook pages so you can tune in to see how Joe and his teammates get on in North Wales.
Joe has played eight times so far this season for Brentford B and has notched goals against Swindon Town, and Hendon in the London Senior Cup.