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One change for Wales as Robson-Kanu replaces Vokes

Wales have made one change to the side that beat Nothern Ireland for tonight's game with Belgium, with Hal Robson-Kanu coming in to replace Sam Vokes up front.

Robson-Kanu comes in to replace Same Vokes up front for Wales Credit: PA

Elsewhere the rest of the side is unchanged, as Wales look to book their place in the Euro 2016 semi-finals.

Belgium meanwhile have had to make two enforced changes to their defence with Jan Vertonghen and Thomas Vermaelen absent - Jordan Lukaku and Jason Denayer coming in for the Red Devils.

Sam Warburton swaps shirts for the night

Wales Rugby captain Sam Warburton has posted his own tribute to Chris Coleman's team tonight - by swapping shirts.

Anglesey school's graffiti tribute to Bale goes viral

A school tribute to Wales superstar Gareth Bale is proving an unexpected hit.

Pupils at Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern on Anglesey, have been busy all week creating a fantastic mural on the school’s gym wall with the help of North Wales graffiti artist Andy ‘Dime’ Birch. A video of the mural on their social media accounts has received 40,000 hits.

Chris Coleman sends appreciation to fans stuck in Eurotunnel

Wales manager Chris Coleman has issued a statement directly to fans via the FAW Facebook page. He says he and his team knows fans have gone "that extra mile" to reach them despite frustrating delays at Eurotunnel.

Chris Coleman has applauded the efforts of fans to come to Lille Credit: PA

"The team and I are aware of the issues fans are experiencing at the Eurotunnel.

"We understand that the authorities are doing what they can to get fans to France. We know a lot of people have gone the extra mile to come over and your efforts at this frustrating time is very much appreciated.

"We know that we have your full support for tonight's game."

– Chris Coleman, Wales Manager

UEFA have confirmed they will not be delaying the start of tonight's match as some fans have requested.

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