Wales and Slovakia will have a go at each other as it will be the first game of Group B in the European Championships (Euro 2016). These are two teams who have been riding their biggest high in their country’s history in recent times. The brand new state-of-the-art stadium in Bordeaux will be playing hosts in this contest and the live streaming of the match will be telecast of the SonySIX network. Indian viewers can watch the Live Streaming of the match on SonyLiv.com at 9.30 ISTAlso Read: EURO CUP 2016 schedule
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Wales have been a team on the rise and that can be the reason why they have one of the world’s best players at their disposal. They have been a team who can balance attack and defense but all eyes will be on Gareth Bale, who has been in terrific form during the run-in to the tournament. Like their rugby side, the Welsh football side are also a fearless and play with freedom. Premier League fans with by familiar with Joe Allen and Aaron Ramsey, who will be operating from the middle of the park. Slovakia showed recently that even the World champions can be found out if they turn up on their day. Overall, this should be an enthralling battle with goals in it for sure. Also Read - Gareth Bale to Arrive in London Today After Completing Tottenham Medical

Wales play their first European Championship game and it will have them taking on Slovakia in the brand new stadium in Slovakia. Gareth Bale’s importance will be paramount in this contest. Premier League has shown the world in recent years that even for playing against teams that are among the lower-rung ones, players are more than competent. As for the Welsh, they have a number of them playing in the EPL and will start this game as favourites. Bale, alongside Aaron Ramsey with a new-look hairdo are the pivotal figures in this game. Also Read - Gareth Bale Completes Stunning Return to Tottenham Hostpur From Real Madrid on Season-Long Loan: Report

Slovakia, barely 10 days ago, enjoyed one of their greatest ever moments on a football field. They are giant killers personified. After knocking out then World Champions Italy out of the 2010 World Cup in the group stages, they slayed current world champions, Germany in a friendly. It was a message meant for all the teams in the competition that Jan Kozak’s side mean business.

Squads

Wales

Goalkeepers Wayne Hennessey (Crystal Palace), Danny Ward (Liverpool), Owain Fon Williams (Inverness CT) Defenders Ashley Williams (Swansea), James Chester (West Brom), Ben Davies (Tottenham), James Collins (West Ham), Chris Gunter (Reading), Neil Taylor (Swansea), Jazz Richards (Fulham) Midfielders Joe Ledley (Crystal Palace), Joe Allen (Liverpool), David Vaughan (Nottingham Forest), Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), David Edwards (Wolves), George Williams (Fulham), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal), Andy King (Leicester) Forwards Gareth Bale (Real Madrid), David Cotterill (Birmingham), Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading), Simon Church (MK Dons), Sam Vokes (Burnley)

Slovakia

Goalkeepers: Matus Kozacik (Viktoria Plzen), Jan Mucha (Slovan Bratislava), Jan Novota (Rapid Vienna) Defenders: Peter Pekarik (Hertha Berlin), Milan Skriniar (Sampdoria), Martin Skrtel (Liverpool), Norbert Gyomber (Roma), Jan Durica (Lokomotiv Moscow), Kornel Salata (Slovan Bratislava), Tomas Hubocan (Dinamo Moscow), Dusan Svento (Cologne) Midfielders Marek Hamsik (Napoli), Juraj Kucka (AC Milan), Miroslav Stoch (Bursaspor), Vladimir Weiss (Al-Gharafa), Robert Mak (Paok Thessaloniki), Patrik Hrosovsky (Viktoria Plzen), Jan Gregus (Jablonec), Viktor Pecovsky (Zilina), Stanislav Sestak (Ferencvaros), Ondrej Duda (Legia Warsaw) Forwards Michal Duris (Viktoria Plzen), Adam Nemec (Willem II)