This concludes our pre-match build-up coverage from the news team. Now, we're handing you over to our colleagues in Sport with live coverage from tonight's game
- Wales play Belgium for a place in the quarter finals of Euro 2016, with the match kicking off at 20:00 BST
- Hundreds of supporters heading to Lille fear they could miss the game due to delays at the Eurotunnel
- A fan zone is open in Lille and at Cooper's Field in Cardiff
- The game will be shown on BBC One and S4C. You can also listen on BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru
- Get involved by sending your pictures and videos to firstname.lastname@example.org or @BBCWalesNews on Twitter and Facebook
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Danny Duffy, two, from Porthcawl, gives Wales the thumbs upCopyright: BBC
Baglan boys and girls on their second trip to FranceCopyright: BBC
With fans whose pre-match song of choice is by Zombie Nation, Wales' Euro 2016 campaign feels like a footballing nation rising from the dead, writes Dafydd Pritchard.
Absent from major tournaments for 58 years, Wales have had to watch on enviously as international football's elite do battle at World Cups and European Championships.
Yet their rise has not merely ended that wait for qualification; their march to the quarter-finals in France has now captured the imagination of an entire nation.Copyright: Getty Images