The most controversial World Cup of all time is now well under way, and you can understand why Wales fans are more than a little excited: it’s the first time the team has made the finals since 1958.
The event kicked off on Sunday (November 20), with hosts Qatar losing out to Ecuador, and now the rest of the teams will be playing their group-stage games too. Here’s everything you need to know about Wales’s games (and how you can watch them online and on TV).
When are Wales’s World Cup fixtures?
Wales versus Iran will take place on Friday November 25 at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium at 10am GMT.
And Wales versus England – the big one! – will take place on Tuesday November 29 at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (again!) at 7pm GMT.
How can I watch the games on TV?
Half of the World Cup games will be broadcast on the BBC and half on ITV. You can watch the USA game on ITV1, the Iran game on BBC One and the England game on ITV1. You’ll also be able to watch the matches on BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub.
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