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2018 Schedule
3rd in UEFA Nations League
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2dAssociated Press

Ireland joins UK home nations' 2030 WC bid plan

The Republic of Ireland will join England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in exploring a potential bid for the 2030 World Cup.

Denmark 2-0 Wales: Eriksen provides the spark (1:56)
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12dESPN

Eriksen's double enough for Denmark vs. Wales

Ryan Giggs' men came into this on the back of a 4-1 win over Republic of Ireland and, despite starting well, were undone by the Tottenham star.

2018-19 is turning into the season of Gareth Bale (1:45)
Wales 4-1 Rep of Ireland: Bale stunner as Wales shine (2:02)
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23dESPN

Bale can handle bigger role at Madrid - Giggs

Gareth Bale can handle the pressure of having a more critical role at Real Madrid following the departure Cristiano Ronaldo, says Ryan Giggs.

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23dReuters

Robson-Kanu announces Wales retirement

Wales striker Hal Robson-Kanu has announced his retirement from international football to focus on his club career, the West Brom player said.

Extra Time: Bale or Neymar? Messi no longer Top 3? (8:40)
Giggs: If England click, they could do some damage (1:35)
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109dMichael Church

Giggs: England lack strength in midfield

Wales manager Ryan Giggs has questioned whether England have the quality in midfield to make a major impact at the World Cup in Russia.

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110dESPN staff

Wales' Williams suffers collapsed lung

Wales captain Williams said he suffered two broken ribs in a collision with Mexico striker Javier Hernandez which forced him to leave the pitch.

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115dPA Sport

Mexico 0-0 Wales

A man-of-the-match performance from Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey stopped Mexico from scoring and earned a 0-0 draw in front of 82,345 fans.

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128dPA Sport

Bale, Woodburn out for Wales vs. Mexico

Real Madrid's Gareth Bale and Liverpool's Ben Woodburn were left out for Wales' game vs. Mexico two days after the Champions League final.

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180dPA Sport

Wales 'even more hungry' for WC - Bale

Gareth Bale is determined not to give up on his World Cup dream, despite missing out on the finals in Russia this summer.

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182dGlenn Price

Rush: Bale breaking Wales record 'special'

Ian Rush has told ESPN FC that he is "very happy" for Gareth Bale after the Real Madrid forward became Wales' all-time top goal-scorer.