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Summary

  1. Wales play Portugal for a place in the final of Euro 2016, with the match kicking off in Lyon, France, at 20:00 BST
  2. Fan zones in Lyon, in Cardiff's Principality Stadium and around Wales are expected to attract thousands of people
  3. Listen to live commentary on BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru
  4. Get involved by sending your pictures and videos to newsonlinepictures@bbc.co.uk or @BBCWalesNews on Twitter and Facebook at BBC Wales News

Live Reporting

By Sophie Gidley, Gemma Ryall and Natalie Crockett

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye and good luck

    Well that's it from us in news, but we leave you in the capable hands of our colleagues in sport who have all the live action from the game here.

    There's just one more thing for us to say. C'MON WALES!!!!!

    Wales fans in Cardiff
  2. Barking mad for Wales

    Even Don the Staffordshire bull terrier from Llantwit Fadre, Rhondda Cynon Taff, is getting into the spirit. 

    We're told he's more excited than he looks.

    Don the Staffordshire bull terrier in a Wales scarf
  3. Fans looking for tickets in Lyon

    Max Evans

    BBC Wales reporter

    A lot of Wales fans arrived without a ticket and they were still changing hands in Lyon this evening.false

    Wales
  4. A special day for Welsh commentator

    It's a big day for BBC Wales football correspondent Rob Phillips in more ways than one, tweets one former Wales player

    View more on twitter
  5. Fans enjoy the Aberystwyth fan zone

    Aberystwyth fan zone
    Aberystwyth fan zone
    Aberystwyth fan zone
  6. Some have got their game faces on

    Cousins Faye de Frias' and Ryan Crockett's pride in Wales is written all over their faces... 

    Faye de Frias from Cardiff
    Ryan Crockett
  7. Wales fans know how to keep cool

    How do Wales fans keep their drinks cold in Lyon?

    They carry a fridge, that's how. 

    BBC Wales' Max Evans saw these boys earlier.

    Wales fans carrying a fridge