Wales last competed in a major soccer tournament some 58 years ago and had never previously qualified for the European Cup, but that all changed when Chris Coleman’s side finished in second place in Group B during the qualification round. Coleman has improved on the hard work the late Gary Speed put into the Welsh team, and the Dragons have a self-belief that could see them cause a few upsets when Euro 2016 kicks off in June. The Welsh team has a solid spine throughout it, something that all good teams need.
Although it is in the midfield area where the Welsh are very strong.
Players such as Liverpool’s Joe Allen, Crystal Palace’s Joe Ledley, Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey and the Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale all playing there. The only real weakness in the Wales squad is its forwards, who netted only twice in a combined 29 games during qualifying.
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Wales begin their Euro 2016 campaign in Bordeaux against a beatable Slovakia on Jun 11 before travelling to Lens Agglo for the eagerly anticipated fixture against England on June 16.
Russia in Toulouse on June 20 could be a game that Wales have to win, which would make the tie even trickier. Check out the Wales game schedule below and plan your betting action..
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However, Bale netted seven goals in 10 games, but he is likely to be heavily marked during the Euro 2016 campaign, and it has been said that if you stop Bale then you stop Wales.
Wales are third favorites to win Group B, currently priced around +550 with bookmakers offering odds of around +8000 on Wales winning Euro 2016.
Their match against rival England is sure to be one of the highlights of the group stages, and if everyone is firing on all cylinders, Wales are capable securing at least a point in their game with Russia, and could beat Slovakia.
Wales have come on in leaps and bounds recently, and currently find themselves ranked 24th in the FIFA World Rankings. On their day, and with a fully fit Gareth Bale, they are a thorn in any team’s side.
The match against England is sure to be explosive and one of the games to watch thanks to local rivalry, and it could be even more important than pride should the Welsh not get off to a winning start against Slovakia.
Wales at -150 to qualify from Group B, behind England and Russia, and that seems like good value considering the prices offered on the two aforementioned teams.