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Wales v Uruguay – China Cup Final 2018 – Live TV Coverage on S4C, Highlights on BBC Two Wales

Wales v Uruguay – China Cup Final 2018 – Live TV Coverage on S4C, Highlights on BBC Two Wales

S4C will broadcast the China Cup Final between Wales and Uruguay on Monday (26th March) afternoon.

The International friendly takes place at the Guangxi Sports Centre in Nanning.

Wales reached the final with a 6-0 win over host China last Thursday.

A hat-trick from Gareth Bales, two from Sam Vokes and a first international goal for Harry Wilson gave Ryan Giggs a win on his first game in charge.

Goals from Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani secured a 2-0 win for Uruguay against Czech Republic in the other semi-final to reach the final with Wales.

Dylan Ebenezer and his guests, John Hartson and Owain Tudur Jones, will be live on S4C from 12.15pm (Mon).

Match commentary comes from Dylan Griffiths and Malcolm Allen. English commentary will also be available.

Kick-off 12.35pm

S4C is available to the rest of the UK on Freesat channel 120, Sky channel 134, and Virgin Media 166.

The match will also be streamed live via S4C online – Link

Highlights will be shown on BBC Two Wales from 7.00pm on Monday.

Updated: Sunday 25 March 2018
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