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Nations League: Finland vs Wales

The two teams will begin their adventures in the UEFA Nations League as Finland hosts Wales in Group B4. Finland took first place in Group C2 in the 2018-19 tournament to gain promotion to Group B, while Wales came second in their group with Denmark and Ireland in the inaugural Nations League.

Finland will have to play without midfielder Paulus Arajuuri after the 32-year-old was injured during training. Daniel O'Shaughnessy has been named in the squad chosen to represent Finland against Ireland, and the defender will be competing for a few minutes to appear. Finland recently made history by qualifying for the European Championship for the first time, and Markku Kanerva's side has every right to feel optimistic about their fortunes as they enter the next year tournament. . Leading the Finnish attacker, 10 goals from Teemu Pukki helped the team win tickets to Europe's biggest festival for the first time after finishing 2nd in Group J behind Italy, and Kanerva's army won. 6 wins from 10 games although currently, Huuhkajat must control 6 matches in the second Nations League version.

On the Dragons side, Giggs recently lost a number of important players, Aaron Ramsey, David Brooks and Tyler Roberts, all from injuries. Ashley Williams has made the decision to withdraw from the team for personal reasons, but young defender Neco Williams will try to make his debut for the national team after his debut season for Liverpool. Gareth Bale was included in the squad despite his troubles at Real Madrid, and the 31-year-old is competing with the younger Harry Wilson and Daniel James for the front-line position behind Hal Robson-Kanu. Wales has a very desirable Euro 2020 campaign when Ryan Giggs leads them to second place in Group E after Croatia. The dragons ended their qualifying campaign perfectly with a 2-0 win over Azerbaijan and Hungary, respectively.