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    2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification.

    Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 Wales 0

    A defeat for the Under 21s in Zenica.

    Bosnian blow for Welsh UEFA hopes in Zenica.

    Line up:
    Luke Pilling, Cameron Coxe, Cian Harries, Joe Rodon (Capt), Aaron Lewis, Jack Evans, Regan Poole, Joe Morrell, George Thomas, David Brooks, Mark Harris

    Subs: Owen Evans, Rhys Abbruzzese, Robbie Burton, Aaron Lewis, Daniel James, Alex Babos, Rabbi Matondo, Liam Cullen

    LIVE Stream.

    Wales squad numbers:
    1 Luke Pilling
    2 Cameron Coxe
    3 Rhys Abbruzzese
    4 Regan Poole
    5 Joe Rodon
    6 Cian Harries
    7 George Thomas
    8 Jack Evans
    9 Mark Harris
    10 David Brooks
    11 Joe Morrell
    12 Owen Evans
    13 Robbie Burton
    14 Aaron Lewis
    15 Daniel James
    16 Alex Babos
    17 Rabbi Matondo
    18 Liam Cullen.

    Matthew Smith is out (injury picked up playing in the UC Youth League), Robbie Burton (Arsenal) has been called up.

    Rhys Norrington-Davies is out, Liam Cullen (Swansea) has been called up.

    Bosnia and Herzegovina v Wales
    Bosnia and Herzegovina FA Training Centre, Zenica.
    Friday 23rd March 2018.
    Kick off 3pm local time, 2pm UEFA CET.
    Colours: Red
    Referee: Referee: Espen Eskas (Norway)

    Original Wales squad: (18 player squad)
    Luke Pilling (Tranmere Rovers - loan Warrington Town), Owen Evans (Wigan Athletic),  Cameron Coxe (Cardiff City), Rhys Abbruzzese (Cardiff City), Rhys Norrington Davies (Sheffield United), Regan Poole (Manchester Utd - loan Northampton Town), Cian Harries (Swansea City), Joe Rodon (Swansea City- loan Cheltenham Town), Aaron Lewis (Swansea City), Mark Harris (Cardiff City)
    David Brooks (Sheffield United), Matthew Smith (Manchester City), Alex Babos (Derby County), Jack Evans (Swansea City), Joe Morrell (Bristol City - loan Cheltenham Town, George Thomas (Leicester City), Rabbi Matondo (Manchester City), Daniel James (Swansea City).

    Stand by
    Lewis Thomas (Swansea City loan Carmarthen Town), Aron Davies (Fulham)
    Aaron Collins (Wolves), Jordan Davies (Brighton & Hove Albion), Tom James (Yeovil Town), Keston Davies (Swansea City), Liam Cullen (Swansea City), Tom Lowery (Crewe Alexandra), Connor Lemonheigh Evans (Bristol City loan Torquay United).

    Wales squad

    Earlier news:

    Wales U21 2017 Novemember matches.

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    Posted: Friday 23rd March 2018
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