Read a preview and watch a live stream of Wales vs Republic of Ireland in an international friendly match.
Where: Cardiff City Stadium
When: 19:45 BST
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Wales take on the Republic of Ireland in a friendly match at Cardiff City Stadium, in as close to a local derby as an international fixture can be.
The Welsh are likely to be missing Tottenham Hotspur talisman Gareth Bale, who has been training with the side but is not expected to play a part thanks to the injury that has kept him out of Spurs’ pre-season calendar.
That at least goes some way to silencing the conspiracy theorists doubting the muscle complaint’s validity due to the plethora of transfer rumours linking Bale with Real Madrid.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey and West Ham defender James Collins are missing too, leaving Wales without some of their best players to face the Irish.
The Republic of Ireland are building for the future, with only John O’Shea and Wes Hoolahan over the age of 30 in the squad.
Wigan Athletic stars James McCarthy and James McClean help make up an impressive midfield, whilst Ciaran Clark and Seamus Coleman are solid Premier League players in the back line.
Wales possess home advantage though, and will hope to impress a strong partisan crowd.