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How to watch Wales vs Latvia in the UK - TV channel, live stream, prediction & more

Published: Updated: 07:36, 29 Mar 2023
Rob Page will look to build on a very promising away point against Croatia at the weekend

Wales will go into tonight's clash against Latvia with a great deal of confidence on the back of a promising performance against a Croatian side which just finished third at the Qatar World Cup only months ago.

Their opponents Latvia are the lowest ranked team in Group D and this will be a treated as a must-win by Wales manager Rob Page, as his team likely will compete with Turkey and Armenia for the second qualification spot, assuming Croatia top the group.

Turkey and Armenia will provide tough opposition for the Welsh, so taking six points from two clashes with Latvia could prove pivotal to the nation's hopes of qualification for Euro 2024.

Fans at the Cardiff City Stadium and watching at home will hope to see a comforable victory for The Dragons.

How to watch Wales vs Latvia in the UK

Here is all the info you need to tune in to Wales vs Latvia tonight.

Date: March 28th
Kick Off: 19.45
TV Channel: Viaplay Sports
Live Stream: Viaplay Website

Fans can subscribe to Viaplay Sports in the UK for £14.99 a month and cancel anytime, or they can pay £11.99 a month if they commit to a one-year contract.

Wales vs Latvia - Prediction

Rob Page's side showed that there is life after Gareth Bale and brought some optimism back to the camp, following a very disappointing World Cup campaign, with a battling point against Croatia on Saturday.

A late goal from young Ipswich Town striker Nathan Broadhead captured a point for the visitors, as they navigated the most difficult tie in this qualifying campaign away from home, without their old talisman and without their new prodigy Brennan Johnson, who missed out through injury.

They will once again be without Johnson against Latvia, but their other attacking options should be enough to see them past opposition of this calibre.

Keiffer Moore, Dan James and Harry Wilson will be among those looking to get onto the ball in advanced positions, with new captain Aaron Ramsey pulling the strings in midfield.

Despite Latvia having scored in 12 consecutive matches, Wales will be confident that they can bag two or three and win what could prove to be a very entertaining midweek international.

Prediction: Wales 3-1 Latvia

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