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Live Reporting

Dafydd Pritchard

All times stated are UK

  1. That's a wrap

    FT: Wales 0-1 Norway

    Sophie Ingle

    That's a wrap for today's action then.

    Wales are clearly crestfallen after their defeat against Norway, which means their hopes of qualifying for Euro 2021 are out of their hands.

    Northern Ireland, who won in Belarus tonight, will now need to drop points from their game in hand against bottom side Faroe Islands.

    If not, they will have the edge over Wales in the hunt for second spot and a play-off place, owing to their superior head-to-head record on away goals.

    Wales' aspirations of qualifying for a first major tournament are not over - but they hang in the balance.

    Wales' final game will be at home to Belarus on 1 December, and we hope you'll join us for coverage of that must-win match.

    Until then, thank you for joining us today, stay safe and take care.

  2. As it stands in Group C

    FT: Wales 0-1 Norway

    Well defeat for Wales coupled with victory for Northern Ireland away at Belarus paints a different complexion on Group C.

    Northern Ireland's game in hand is their reverse fixture against Belarus before they finish their campaign against pointless Faroe Islands.

    Jayne Ludlow's side finish their campaign against Belarus in what is shaping up to be a must-win game.

    Group C table
  3. 'I'm gutted'

    FT: Wales 0-1 Norway

    Jess Fishlock

    Wales midfielder Jess Fishlock told BBC Match of the Day Wales: "I'm a bit gutted to be honest

    "I don't think we deserved to lose the game.

    "It was like deja vu after the defeat in Oslo, and it gets a bit tiring.

    "I should have scored my chance but I just dragged it.

    "Towards the last 20 minutes we were all over them. I don't know what else to say to be honest.

    "Right now, we just have to pick ourselves up, which will be really difficult for all of us."

  4. 'One mistake the difference'

    FT: Wales 0-1 Norway

    Wales goalkeeper Laura O'Sullivan told BBC Match of the Day Wales: "A game of two halves really.

    "We did really well to keep to our game plan and one sloppy mistake is the difference.

    "We did fight back and it's disappointing we couldn't equalise."

    O'Sullivan dejected at FT
  5. FULL TIME - Wales 0-1 Norway

    That is it for Wales.

    A brave effort from Jayne Ludlow's side, who frustrated Norway for an hour and came close to equalising after falling behind.

    But that could be a costly defeat for Wales, whose hopes of qualifiyng for Euro 2021 now hang in the balance.

    As for Norway, they keep their 100% record and secure qualification for the European Championship, which has been delayed until 2022 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

    Wales' players look shattered.

    Norway celebrate
  6. Post update

    Wales 0-1 Norway

    That free-kick goes for a corner and Georgia Walters heads over.

    That could be it for Wales...


    Wales 0-1 Norway

    Norway substitute Vilde Boe Risa is booked.

    Wales free-kick from the halfway line.

    Last chance...

  8. Post update

    Wales 0-1 Norway

    Norway have composed themselves now and have cannily taken the ball into the corner.

    Just two minutes for Wales to salvage a point.

  9. Post update

    Wales 0-1 Norway

    There will be four minutes of added time, the fourth official has just shown.

    Only three of those left now.

  10. Post update

    Wales 0-1 Norway

    A member of Norway's coaching staff has been shown a yellow card.

    The tension is clearly getting to some people.

  11. Post update

    Wales 0-1 Norway

    Natasha Harding is flagged offside and Norway gladly take their time over the free-kick.

    Wales will be hoping for a fair bit of added time from the fourth official.

    Just one minute of normal time remaining.

  12. Post update

    Wales 0-1 Norway

    Wales are throwing bodies forward now.

    They know they need a point to keep their qualification hopes in their own hands.

    Norway look a little rattled.


    Wales 0-1 Norway

    A final change for Norway as Vilde Boe Risa comes on for Karina Saevik.

  14. Post update

    Wales 0-1 Norway

    Gwennan Harries

    Former Wales striker

    Wales are good enough to go toe-to-toe with these teams.

    Technically, the players are good enough but the game plan was to play for a point.

  15. Post update

    Wales 0-1 Norway

    This game has completely turned on its head.

    Now it's Wales peppering the Norwegian penalty area with chances.

    The ball bounces around inside the box before the visitors clear hurriedly for a corner, which is cleared.

  16. Post update

    Wales 0-1 Norway

    Wales are putting Norway under pressure now, with Angharad James shooting wide.

    Then at the other end an uncharacteristic mistake from Sophie Ingle, whose misplaced pass allows Caroline Graham Hansen to run in on goal.

    Laura O'Sullivan rushes out of goal to force her wide and the shot goes into the side netting.


    Wales 0-1 Norway

    Striker Lily Woodham, who scored on her debut in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Faroe Islands, replaces Helen Ward.

    Wales made their other two changes before their previous corner, with Gemma Evans and Georgia Walters replacing Elise Hughes and Kayleigh Green.

  18. Post update

    Wales 0-1 Norway

    Another chance for Wales as Angharad James curls a shot into the arms of Norway keeper Cecilie Fiskerstrand.

    Wales need a point from this game following Northern Ireland's win in Belarus, and they're going for it now.

  19. Post update

    Wales 0-1 Norway

    Angharad James' corner is cleared and, from her follow-up cross, the ball falls kindly to Jess Fishlock, who drills a shot across goal and it goes just wide.

    That's more like it from Wales.