Wales welcome the Czech Republic to Cardiff tonight as both teams press on with their World Cup qualifying campaigns.
Wales’ first qualifying match for the 2022 competition in Qatar was a 3-1 defeat by Belgium before a friendly with Mexico saw the Welsh regain some momentum with a 1-0 victory – both fixtures taking place in the absence of head coach Ryan Giggs.
The Czech Republic, meanwhile, thrashed Estonia 6-2 before earning a promising 1-1 draw against the Belgians.
As such, the Czechs currently lead the group, with Wales down in fourth – but with a game in hand over their opponents tonight and Roberto Martinez’s Belgian side.
Here’s everything you need to know about this evening’s match.
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When is it?
The match will kick off tonight at 7.45pm GMT.
How can I watch it?
The game will air live on Sky Sports Football. Subscribers can also stream it live on the Sky Sports website and SkyGo app. If you’re not a Sky customer you can grab a NOWTV Day Pass here to watch without a subscription.
What is the team news?
Joe Allen left the pitch injured against Belgium and is unlikely to be fit for Wales here. Otherwise, both squads are in good condition.
Wales: Ward; Lawrence, Rodon, Mepham; Williams, Ampadu, Morrell, Roberts; James, Wilson, Bale
Czech Republic: Vaclik; Boril, Celustka, Kudela, Coufal; Holes, Jankto, Soucek, Barak, Provod; Krmencik
Czech Republic: 31/20
Wales 1-1 Czech Republic.