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Neil Jenkins has urged Wales to grab their opportunity with both hands when they face France in a World Cup semi-final on Saturday. The Wales skills coach has described the upcoming semi-final, which Wales are 5/6 with bet365 to win, as the biggest game he has ever been involved in. He added: “And it’s the biggest maybe in Welsh rugby history.” Wales have lost their last three encounters against the French. However, Jenkins…

…uld Robson-Kanu not be risked, it’s likely Sam Vokes will get the nod. Vokes potency upfront is undeniable but he’s yet to look fully himself after returning to regular club action following an injury hit 2014/15. Odds for a Wales win should increase slightly from 1.82 to over 1.9. Spiffx Prediction: Wales will be going for the win this to ensure their group topping status doesn’t slip. This could see the result go one of two ways; but Wales

…he tools to surprise Wales. While the Welsh still need points to be sure, their last game is at home against Andorra, who have so far lost every game. With that playing the backs of the players’ minds it’s very possible that Wales will keep their fans holding on to the very last moment and slip up here. While it won’t be easy, Wales are unbeaten in five competitive away games and have not conceded in the most recent three, Bosnia have never lost…

…g leader. There was no reason whatsoever why he wasn’t going to retain his captaincy,” said Harris, who was recently named on new Wigan boss Shaun Wane’s coaching staff. “He is a fantastic servant for Wales. He is our most experienced squad member, has become a great leader for our nation and has become a good role model for younger members of our squad. That’s what Lee is all about.” Wales warm up for the…

Tottenham star Gareth Bale remains upbeat about Wales’ chances of reaching the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil but knows that victory against Serbia is vital to their hopes. Wales lost their opening qualifier against Belgium 2-0 with Vincent Kompany and Jan Vertonghen scoring for the visitors on Friday. Chris Coleman’s side are in a tough Group A that also includes Scotland, Croatia and FYR Macedonia, but Bale has his sights set on…

…to recover from a shoulder injury, handing Hook, who has only played a few minutes at number 10 during the World Cup campaign, a chance at fly-half. Stephen Jones will take Hook’s place on the bench for the game, which Wales are now 4/5 with bet365 to win. “Time was against Rhys, but we are happy that we have the talent and ability elsewhere in the squad to cover him,” said Wales coach Warren Gatland. “Rhys has done…

Wales have named Chris Coleman as the national team manager following Gary Speed’s untimely death in November. The 41-year-old won 32 caps for Wales during his playing career, which was cut short by a car accident. His former clubs include Swansea, who are 12/1 with bet365 to be relegated from the Premier League this season. The former Fulham and Coventry City manager, who resigned as coach of Greek side Larissa last week, was unveiled by…

…ly injury doubt in the build-up to Saturday’s World Cup semi-final between Wales, 4/1 with bet365 to win the game by between one and five points, and France, is Rhys Priestland. The fly-half injured his shoulder during Wales’ quarter-final victory against Ireland and has been unable to train this week. Luke Charteris, Jamie Roberts, George North and Sam Warburton have also not trained but are expected to be fit for Saturday’s…

…Montenegro 2-1 in Cardiff on Friday. England have failed to win any of their last four internationals at Wembley and Capello admits he is making arrangements to take care of Bale. “Bale is a really important player for Wales,” he said. “I was at Tottenham’s game against Manchester City and he was so-so. But for Wales against Montenegro on Friday he improved a lot. “He ran a lot and was really fast. When he receives…

…rank Lampard has been told this week by boss Fabio Capello that he needs to improve his club form to get back into the starting XI and thus is unlikely to trouble Scott Parker or Gareth Barry for a place in central midfield. Wales will have to cope without the suspended Craig Bellamy and David Vaughan after the pair picked up bookings in the victory over Montenegro. They can be heartened, however, by the return of experienced defender James…