Wales will take on France tonight in the first of two pre-Euro 2020 warm-up matches.
Here’s everything you need to know about the conflict with Les Bleus.
What time does France vs Wales start?
France vs Wales going on 8.05 pm on Wednesday June 2.
Is France vs Wales on TV?
The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports. Coverage on their football channel begins at 7:45 pm.
There will also be live coverage of S4C from 7:50 pm.
What about live streaming?
Sky Sports customers will be able to Live stream the game through the Sky Go app.
Can be streamed live via S4C’s coverage BBC iPlayer.
You can also follow updates to the game in Nice on our live blog which will be on WellsOnline’s football page.
What’s the latest team news?
Ben Davies, Aaron Ramsey and Joe Allen are all being carefully managed but could get minutes against the defending World Cup champions.
Tom Lokikar is expected to be out of the game as he continues to work out to full fitness after a period due to an ankle injury.
Midfielder Matt Smith will be out of the game due to personal reasons.
James Lawrence – who withdrew from the Euro 2020 squad – will be ruled out following a calf injury during last week’s training camp in Portugal.
What has the manager said?
“They [France] They have a good squad, don’t they?” said Page.
“They can choose one of three 11s and compete in Euros.
“You want to play against the best, and they definitely fall into that category.
“There will be times in the game when we don’t have the ball, but it’s part of practice and see how we handle that kind of pressure and tension.
“The way they press is very similar to the way Switzerland plays, so we chose this friendly because we had similarities in our first game.
“There are no points on this game, so there’s less pressure. We want to keep the momentum going, of course we do, but it’s about exceeding our performance, with the players getting ready for Switzerland.” It takes minutes.”
What are the latest betting odds?
France win – 1/4
Draw – 17/4
Wales win – 10/1
(Courtesy of Sky Bet, correct at the time of publication)
Who is the referee?
Portuguese referee Luis Godinho will lead the proceedings in Nice.
He will be assisted by André Campos and Rui Teixeira, while Incu Ioan Vasilica is the fourth officer.
Who is on the Wales team?
Wayne Hennessy, Adam Davis, Danny Ward.
Ben Davies, Joe Rodan, Chris Mepham, Ethan Ampadu, Connor Roberts, Tom Lockyer, Neko Williams, Ben Cabango, Rhys Norrington-Davis, Chris Gunter.
Aaron Ramsey, Matt Smith, Joe Morrell, Joe Allen, Johnny Williams, Dylan Levitt, Rubin Colville.
Kiefer Moore, David Brooks, Harry Wilson, Daniel James, Tyler Roberts, Gareth Bale.
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