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Match Discussion: Wales v Republic of Ireland - Nations League 2020/21

edited November 16 in Wales

This is the place to discuss all things related to the Wales v Republic of Ireland UEFA Nations League Group B4 game on Sunday 15 November 2020 at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Share your pre and post match thoughts, team selection and score prediction for the game.

Kick-off is at 5:00pm and the game will be shown live on S4C and Sky Sports Football.

Here is a link to the digital match day programme.


  • Would like to see the following


    Roberts, Rodon, Mepham, Davies

    Ampadu Morrell

    James Brooks Bale


  • Wilson suspended, Levitt, J Williams and T Lawrence not named in the squad.

  • Williams must be injured, as he'd definitely be in there otherwise.

    Levitt has looked out of his depth in the last couple of games.

    Back 3 again, of Mepham, Rodon and Ben.

    Interesting he's gone for a very mobile front 3, with no natural 9 in there. Must be looking to move the Ireland back 4 around, and not rely on lumping it into the box.

  • I like the set up of this team , good to see Connor having a rest , hope they run the legs off the men in green .

  • Malc

    Are you suggesting this is a good team ffs.

    Pick a side with NOOOOOO forward.

    First half complete and utter sh*te.

  • Time for Josh Sheehan and Moore to come on.

    Brooks off. And switch to a back 4

  • agree poor first half , apart from Allen , RRamsey and Moore this is our best team.

  • You can’t beat that winning feeling but the team will have to up their game in time for the tournament next year to be in with a chance of competing. Otherwise they’ll be back on the tour bus home in a flash.

  • Very poor quality from both teams to be fair

  • Please see the below statement statement from an FAW Spokesperson:

    “The Football Association of Wales are aware that two Republic of Ireland players involved in last night’s match have tested positive for COVID-19.

    The National Team’s preparations for Wednesday’s Nations League match against Finland are unaffected and remain as planned.

    The FAW will continue to adhere to Public Health Wales and UEFA guidelines as well as internal protocols which have been implemented since the resumption of international football this year.”

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