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Swansea City will be hoping to claim a famous double over Valencia and secure safe passage into the Europa League's last 32 today.
Michael Laudrup will feel his side should already be safely through to the competition's knockout stages after watching them concede late goals in both games against Krasnodar.
Today they welcome Spanish giants Valencia in the hope of their repeating the famous 3-0 win recorded at the Mestalla back in September.
You can watch the whole match live on ITV4. Kick off is at 8:05pm.
Wrexham claimed a 2-0 at home to Forest Green, which meant a record sixth consecutive home win for the Conference side.
Player-manager Andy Morrell scored on the half hour mark, before Johnny Hunt made it 2-0 just six minutes later.
Newport County's away trip to Cheltenham ended in a goalless draw, meaning the Welsh side have maintained their place in the League Two play-off places.
Conor Washington hit the post for Newport before half time, who have now gone five games unbeaten.
Swansea City clinched a 2-1 win away at Fulham this afternoon, as Jonjo Shelvey came off the bench to secure the club's first win in six matches.
The visitors went ahead in the 56th minute after Fulham's Aaron Hughes netted an own goal.
Fulham soon levelled the scoreline, when Captain Scott Parker scored his first goal for the Craven Cottage side just eight minutes later.
But Shelvey responded ten minutes before the final whistle, which will have delighted manager Michael Laudrup, who spoke before the game of the importance of today's game ahead of a packed schedule of fixtures in the coming months.
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup says today's Premier League match away at Fulham is a "very important" game for the club, with 12 games in 43 days ahead for the club.
"I know all managers, me included.. always say all the games are important, they are, but then again there are games because of the moment or circumstances or whatever, which are especially important," he said.
"I don't know if this one on Saturday is the most important, or the second one, but it's up there, for so many reasons.
"This is about the result for us, it's very, very important"
Wales Manager Chris Coleman has described the last two years as 'hard but rewarding', adding: "I don't want to give [the opportunity] up."
Wales Manager Chris Coleman says he is 'delighted' to remain in charge of Wales for their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign after signing a two-year deal.
– Chris Coleman
People have spoken about whether I would sign a new deal, but I am delighted to extend it and I am looking forward to the challenges that will come.
I have two years of experience in the job and we will be better for it.
I am delighted to have been given the opportunity, by Trefor and Jonathan and the FAW council, to lead my country into the next campaign and I am looking forward to it.
The FAW confirmed Coleman's deal at a press conference in Cardiff this afternoon following reports that he'd already put pen to paper.
Wales manager Chris Coleman has reportedly signed a two-year contract extension with the Football Association of Wales.
Press Association Sport says it understands the 43-year-old has put pen to paper on the deal, which would take him through to the end of the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.
The FAW have not yet confirmed or denied the reports, but have announced they are holding a second press conference tomorrow at 12:30pm in addition to their pre-match one.
Swansea City staged a thrilling comeback from two goals down, but were then denied victory by a last-gasp Stoke City penalty in the Premier League this afternoon.
Jonathan Walters and Stephen Ireland scored for the visitors in the first half, at the Liberty Stadium.
Swansea came back strongly after the break, with two goals from Wilfried Bony and one from Nathan Dyer.
An injury-time penalty converted by Charlie Adam made it 3-3.
Swansea are 2-0 down at half time against Stoke City at the Liberty Stadium.
The goals came from Jonathan Walters and Stephen Ireland.