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Wales are preparing to take on Andorra in the Pyrenees tonight in their Euro 2016 campaign. Wales boss Chris Coleman has described his sides opening Euro 2016 qualifier as the 'most important game of the campaign'.
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Wales boss Chris Coleman has described his sides opening Euro 2016 qualifier with Andorra as the most important game of the campaign. Wales arrived in Andorra on Monday after travelling from their base in Barcelona.
On Tuesday Wales take on Andorra on their new 3G artificial pitch, although Coleman says the only thing that matters is getting the win.
Wrexham gave their Conference promotion hopes a boost this afternoon, with a 1-0 win away at Forest Green.
Louis Moult got the only goal of the game in the 54th minute from a free kick.
It is Wrexham's third away win in a row - and moves them up to seventh in the table.
Wolves defender Sam Ricketts has become the fourth player to withdraw from the Wales squad for next Tuesday's opening Euro 2016 qualifier against Andorra.
The Football Association of Wales says Ricketts picked up an injury in training on Tuesday.
He will be replaced by 35-year-old Danny Gabbidon, who rejoined Cardiff City earlier this week in a player-coach capacity.
Defenders Adam Matthews and James Collins had previously pulled out, together with Reading striker Hal Robson-Kanu. They were replaced by Declan John, Paul Dummett and Jake Taylor, respectively.
Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen, meanwhile, says Wales are confident they can "make big things happen" in their qualifying group.
Wales' opening Euro 2016 qualifier next Tuesday will go ahead on Andorra's 3G pitch.
The surface was subject to close inspection by UEFA officials, but a Football Association of Wales spokesman confirmed during a player media session on Tuesday afternoon that the pitch had been given the green light.
Had that not happened, the game was set to have been moved to Barcelona.
Wales will look to begin their qualifying campaign in flying fashion, especially given the presence of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey in manager Chris Coleman's squad.
Celtic's Adam Matthews has become the latest player to withdraw from Chris Coleman's Wales squad to face Andorra in the opening Euro 2016 qualifier next Tuesday.
Injury to the defender means a call up for Cardiff City's Declan John from the Under 21's.
Matthews joins Reading forward Hal Robson-Kanu and West Ham defender James Collins who have also withdrawn through injury.
Meanwhile a decision on whether the qualifier will go ahead at Andorra's new national stadium is expected to be made by UEFA today.
UEFA officials have been carrying out pitch inspections over the weekend and have called for more tests of the surface before a final decision is made.
Cardiff City captain Mark Hudson has left the club to join Huddersfield Town, the club has confirmed. The 32 year old has signed a two-year deal with the Yorkshire club, after five years at Cardiff.