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Slovakia v Wales: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

A thoroughly disappointing attacking display saw Wales fail to find the back of the net against minnows Gibraltar and their next task is set to be much harder when they face a Slovakia side preparing for Euro 2024.

The Falcons qualified in second-place behind Portugal in Group J, while their recent run of form has seen the eastern European outfit lose just one of their last six matches.

Slovakia vs Wales

How to watch Slovakia vs Wales and tv channel

Slovakia vs Wales will be broadcast live in the UK and is available to watch on Premier Sports 1, S4C and the BBC iPlayer.

Slovakia vs Wales kick-off time, date and venue

Slovakia vs Wales will take place at the Stadion Antona Malatinskeho in Trnava on Sunday 9th June, with kick-off scheduled for 19:45 BST.

Slovakia vs Wales stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

While they may have failed to reach the finals in Germany, Wales do boast the superior head-to-head record over the Falcons, having won three and drawn one of their five total meetings.

Their sole defeat to Slovakia came in their first ever meeting back in 2006 - a 5-1 thumping in Cardiff. 

Arguably their most memorable encounter came in Euro 2016, when goals from Gareth Bale and Hal Robson-Kanu helped Wales to a 2-1 win in the group stages and helped send the Dragons on their way to a shock semi-final appearance in France.

Slovakia vs Wales head-to-head record (H2H)

Slovakia wins

1

Draws

1

Wales wins

3

 * H2H stats refer to all competitions

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Slovakia vs Wales team news

Slovakia team news

Slovakia boss Francesco Calzona will be expected to name a few of his preferred starting eleven for this encounter, having named a more inexperienced side for their 4-0 victory over San Marino last time out.

Ondrej Duda, Stanislav Lobotka, Martin Dubravka and Robert Bozenik could all return to feature from the off in order to keep fitness for the start of Euro 2024.

Wales team news

Rob Page is missing a number of key players for this clash, with the likes of Connor Roberts and Joe Rodon pulling out prior to their goalless draw with Gibraltar.

The likes of Brennan Johnson, Danny Ward and Dan James - who missed the decisive penalty in their play-off final defeat to Poland - could all return to the starting line-up.

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