Home / Match Previews / Portugal vs Wales preview

Portugal vs Wales preview

Kick off: Wednesday, 6 July @20:00 GMT

Venue: Parc Olympique Lyonnais (Decines-Charpieu)

Live Stream: fuboTV (US), bet365 (non-US)

Head to head record

Portugal vs Wales 3-0 (2000 Friendly International)

Portugal vs Wales Team News

William Carvalho misses the match through suspension, while Pepe missed training on Monday with a minor injury. However, the Real Madrid defender should recover in time to face Wales in the Euro 2021 semis. Raphael Guerreiro is a major doubt and he will be assessed on the match day. Cristiano Ronaldo failed to impress against Poland, but he should keep his place in the starting line-up.

Injured: None

Doubtful: Raphael Guerreiro (10/2)

Suspended: William Carvalho (24/0)

Ashley Williams has overcome his injury and he is likely to start. Aaron Ramsey and Ben Davies, though, both miss the Portugal game through suspension. Jonathan Williams and James Collins should be recalled to the starting line-up. Gareth Bale failed to score against Belgium, but he will be the man to watch in Chris Coleman’s team.

Injured: None

Doubtful: None

Suspended: Aaron Ramsey (44/11), Ben Davies (25/0)

Quick Facts

  • Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 60 goals for the Portuguese national team
  • Portugal and Wales have never met before at the Euro finals
  • Wales had 7 shots on goal in the 3-1 win over Belgium
  • Portugal defeated Wales (3-0) in their only previous meeting
  • Dragons are after their third clean sheet at Euro 2021 finals

Portugal vs Wales Prediction

A place in the Euro 2021 final will be at stake when Portugal and Wales face each other at Parc Olympique Lyonnais. A Selecao were not at the top of their game in the victory over Poland and I am positive that Fernando Santos’ men are going to produce a much better performance in Wednesday’s clash against Wales. The Dragons head into the game with a severely-weakened squad and, taking everything into account, Portugal are closer to making it to the Euro 2021 final. The time has come for Cristiano Ronaldo to prove his worth at the showpiece tournament in France.

Betting Tip: Portugal to qualify

Odds: 1.55 (6/11) @888Sport

Check out the world’s first football stock market and cash in on your football knowledge. Click here to join Football Index and start trading top players with real money.

About IST Staff

IST employs a team of writers with an extensive experience in the gaming industry, who are passionate about football and ready to go the extra mile to provide our readers with inside information on top football clubs, players and national teams. We always ensure to only use reputable sources and we hope you will enjoy the content on our site.

Check Also


Germany vs Italy preview

Kick off: Saturday, 2 July @20:00 GMT Venue: Stade Matmut-Atlantique (Bordeaux) Live Stream: fuboTV (US), ...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *