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2016 European Championship Finals First Phase Group B


England 2 Wales 1 [0-1]
Match Summary
England Squad

Wales Squad
Team Records
   
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The Red Dragons European Championship Squad pre-England  June 2016
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
7. Allen, Joseph Michael 14 March 1990 26 M Liverpool FC, England 26 0
11. Bale, Gareth Frank 16 July 1989 26 F Real Madrid CF, Spain 56 20
5. Chester, James Grant 23 January 1989
born in Warrington
27 CD West Bromwich Albion FC, England 12 0
23. Church, Simon Richard 10 December 1988
born in Amersham
27 F MK Dons FC, England 36 3
19. Collins, James Michael 23 August 1983 32 CD West Ham United FC, England 47 3
17. Cotterill, David Rhys George Best 4 December 1987 28 F Birmingham City FC, England 23 2
4. Davies, Benjamin Thomas 24 April 1993 23 LB Tottenham Hotspur FC, England 21 0
14. Edwards, David Alexander 3 February 1986
born in Pontesbury
30 M Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, England 33 3
12. Fon Williams, Owain 17 March 1987 29 GK Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC, Scotland 1 0 GA
2. Gunter, Christopher Ross 21 July 1989 26 D Reading FC, England 68 0
1. Hennessey, Wayne Robert 24 January 1987 29 GK Crystal Palace FC, England 57 47 GA
8. King, Andrew Philip 29 October 1988
born in Barnstaple
27 M Leicester City FC, England 33 2
16. Ledley, Joseph Christopher 23 January 1987 29 CM Crystal Palace FC, England 62 4
10. Ramsey, Aaron James 26 December 1990 25 M Arsenal FC, England 40 10
15. Richards, Ashley Darel Jazz 12 April 1991 25 RB Fulham FC, England 10 0
9. Robson-Kanu, Thomas Henry Alex 21 May 1989
born in Acton
27 F Reading FC, England 31 3

Also has England youth appearances

3. Taylor, Neil John 7 February 1989 27 D Swansea City FC 29 0
22. Vaughan, David Owen 18 February 1983 33 M Nottingham Forest FC, England 42 1
18. Vokes, Samuel Michael 21 October 1989
born in Southampton
26 F Burnley FC, England 40 6
21. Ward, Daniel 22 June 1993 22 GK Liverpool FC, England 3 4 GA
6. Williams, Ashley Errol 23 August 1984
born in Wolverhampton
31 D Swansea City FC 60 1
13. Williams, George Christopher 7 September 1995
born in Milton Keynes
20 F Fulham FC, England 7 0
20. Williams, Jonathan Peter 9 October 1993
born in Pembury
22 M Crystal Palace FC, England 13 0

Squad details correct up to and including Wales' match against Slovakia on 11 June 2016.
Tallies taken from UEFA.com

Diary

Monday, 9 May 2016 - Chris Coleman has named a 29-man squad for Wales' pre-European Championship Finals training camp in the Algarve, with Gareth Bale given special dispensation to delay his arrival, because of UEFA Champions League final commitments.

Tuesday, 31 May 2016 - At Hensol Castle, in the Vale of Glamorgan, Coleman announces his 23-man squad that he is taking to France for the European Championship Finals tournament. The list includes Joe Ledley, who broke his leg on 7 May. Coleman says he does not know when Ledley will be available to play in France. Adam Matthews, Paul Dummett, Emyr Huws and Wes Burns were cut from Chris Coleman's training camp group. Three players - forwards Tom Bradshaw and Tom Lawrence and defender Adam Henley - were not considered because of injuries.

Sunday, 5 June 2016 - Wales are soundly beaten by Sweden in their final warm-up match.

Monday, 6 June 2016 - Residents in the French town of Dinard have welcomed the Wales football team ahead of the tournament, where they are staying in the Dinard Novotel. They were serenaded by soprano Elise Lalettra at the team hotel. The side will be based in Brittany in an area that has historical and cultural links to Wales. Flags and bunting are flying in the town of 10,000 people as many locals say they will be getting behind their visitors.
It is revealed that Hal Robson-Kanu is struggling to be fit for the opening match with Slovakia, as he recovers from an ankle injury.

Saturday, 11 June 2016 - Wayne Hennessey has been ruled out of their opening game against Slovakia because of a back spasm. The 29-year-old conceded just four goals in Wales' ten qualifiers for the tournament. He is expected to be replaced by Liverpool's Danny Ward, who has made two appearances for his country.

Wales Form: last six games
W L D L L f 5:a 8   success: 42%
620 13 October 2015 -
Wales 2 Andorra 0
[0-0]
Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff
Ramsey, Bale ECP HW
621 13 November 2015 - Wales 2 Netherlands 3 [1-1]
Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff
Ledley, Huws
Dost, Robben (2)
Fr HL
622 24 March 2016 -
Wales 1 Northern Ireland 1
[0-0]
Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff
Church (pen)
Cathcart
HD
623 28 March 2016 - Ukraine 1 Wales 0 [1-0]
 NSK Olimpiyski, Kyiv
Yarmolenko AL
624 5 June 2016 - Sweden 3 Wales 0 [1-0]
 Friends Arena, Solna
Forsberg, Lustig, Guidetta AL
625 11 June 2016 - Wales 2 Slovakia 1 [1-0]
Matmut Atlantique, Bordeaux
Bale, Robson-Kanu
Duda
ECF NW

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