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How to watch Wales vs Hungary online and on TV

How to watch Wales vs Hungary online and on TV

20.11.2019

How to watch Wales vs Hungary online and on TV

Ryan Giggs' side know victory tonight will ensure their place at Euro 2020

Wales will desperately be hoping to avoid a repeat of their dramatic loss to Ireland in their final qualifier for the 2018 World Cup. However, if they do fail to win tonight, they will still have the chance to qualify for the Euros via the playoffs.

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