Wales vs Denmark LIVE: Stream FREE, TV channel, team news, kick-off time and build-up – Euro 2020 latest updates

WALES face Denmark in a huge Euro 2020 last-16 clash this evening.

Rob Page's men are looking to emulate the heroes of 2016 and progress to the next round, but face a tough task against the in-form Danes in Amsterdam.

Follow ALL the latest build-up and action with our live blog below…

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When is Wales vs Denmark?

  • The match kicks off at 5pm BST – this is 6pm local time.
  • The Amsterdam Arena plays host, though travelling Wales fans will not be allowed into the country with the UK currently not on the Dutch government's safe list.

What TV channel and live stream is Wales vs Denmark on?

  • Wales vs Denmark will be broadcast live on BBC One in the UK.
  • It will be live streamed on BBC iPlayer.

What is the team news?

Wales will be without the defensive services of rising star Ethan Ampadu after he saw red during his side’s loss to Italy. 

The Chelsea centre-back, 20, received a one-match ban after being sent off for a second-half challenge on forward Federico Bernardeschi. 

Meanwhile Denmark boss Kasper Hjulmand could be tempted to give more minutes to Andreas Cornelius.

The forward nabbed himself a goal during his team's ruthless drubbing of Russia. 

Cornelius, 28, who spent last term on loan at Parma, is well known to some Wales fans for his underwhelming spell at Cardiff City.

  • Jim Sheridan

    IT'S A KNOCKOUT

    Wales must be getting pretty used to this.

    Once again the Dragons are roaring at the Euros, breezing through a tough group to set up a last-16 showdown with Denmark.

    Rob Page's side have proved more than the sum of their parts, with the caretaker boss impressing in his short time at the helm.

    Today though they face their toughest challenge yet, taking on the Danes in Amsterdam and without any of their Red Wall to cheer them on.

    And Denmark bring huge momentum – and emotion – into the match after their brilliant 4-1 win over Russia.

    Wales though will feel that they have earned their place in the game today and can once again be underestimated. Just like in 2016.

    And we all know what happened then.

    We'll be bringing you early team news and build-up from Holland, where kick-off is slated for 5pm BST.

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