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    Friendly: Netherlands v Wales

    Netherlands 2 Wales 0.











    Wales line up:

    1. Wayne Hennessey
    2. Chris Gunter
    3. Neil Taylor
    4. Joe Ledley
    5. Danny Gabbidon
    6. James Chester
    7. Joe Allen (Capt)
    8. Hal Robson-Kanu
    9. Simon Church
    10. Andy King
    11. Jonathan Williams.

    Subs:
    12.Owain Fon-Williams
    13.George Williams
    14.Owain Tudur Jones
    15.Lewin Nyantanga
    16.Jazz Richards
    17.Paul Dummett
    18.Declan John
    19.Tom Lawrence
    20.Jermaine Easter
    21.Connor Roberts
    22.David Vaughan
    23.Emyr Huws


    News: 03/06
    The Wales squad trained without any injury problems this morning and will fly to Amsterdam on this afternoon.mThe roof will be closed at the Amsterdam Arena.


    Match details:
    Match referee:
    Bulent Yildirim (Turkey).

    Kick off: 19:30 Wednesday, 4th June 2014
    Venue: The Arena, Amsterdam, Netherlands.


    Wales in
    White shirts, Red shorts and White socks.

    LIVE on BBC Wales.



    Wales squad:
    Goalkeepers:
    Wayne Hennessey (Crystal Palace)
    Connor Roberts (Cheltenham Town)
    Owain Fon Williams (Tranmere Rovers).

    Defenders:
    James Chester (Hull City)
    Paul Dummett (Newcastle United)
    Danny Gabbidon (Crystal Palace)
    Declan John (Cardiff City)
    Lewin Nyatanga (Barnsley)
    Ashley Richards (Swansea City)
    Neil Taylor (Swansea City)
    Chris Gunter (Reading).

    Midfielders:
    Joe Allen (Liverpool)
    Emyr Huws (Manchester City)
    Owain Tudur Jones (Hibernian)
    Andy King (Leicester City)
    Tom Lawrence (Manchester United)
    Joe Ledley (Crystal Palace)
    David Vaughan (Sunderland)
    Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace)
    George Williams (Fulham).

    Forwards:

    Simon Church (Charlton Athletic)
    Jermaine Easter (Millwall)
    Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading).



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