Wales fans predict group qualification

It’s squeaky bum time for Wales at Euro 2016 on Monday.

Chris Coleman’s side are in Toulouse to take on Russia in their crucial Group B decider.

If they fail to win they’ll have to rely on England’s game against Slovakia.

Newsbeat is following all three home nations at Euro 2016 and has been wielding its “generic tablet” over the last 11 days.

As we ask the fans: What will the score be?

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We took to the streets of Toulouse to get the fans’ predictions.

Matthew Picton from Swansea

Matthew Picton, from Swansea, is confident his team can do the business and not have to rely on the England match.

“I think the disappointment from the England defeat [last Thursday] will mean we really push on and do what we need to do to get through,” he says.

Matthew Brown from Swansea

Matthew Brown, 28, from Swansea has been in France following Euro 2016 from the first day.

“When people said it would be a ‘Festival of football’ I didn’t believe them, but it has been that,” he says.

Despite being upbeat about the experience he has some reservations about Wales’ final group game.

“I think we’re going to stutter and there’ll be nerves.

“This is going to be the biggest game in Welsh history but I think the point will be enough for us to get through.”

Daniel Morgan from Bridgend

Daniel Morgan is predicting more than just the score.

He thinks Hal Robson-Kanu, or “HRK”, will have his shooting boots on in Toulouse.

“I reckon we will blow a 1-0 lead but then Hal Robson-Kanu is going to pop up and we’ll all go crazy,” says the 21-year-old from Bridgend.

Dewi Clarke

Dewi Clarke also believes Hal Robson-Kanu will be on target.

But it doesn’t take him long to mention the Welsh wizard, Gareth Bale.

“We will go all-out attack and Bale will get on the score sheet,” he says.

“I think England will win though so we will finish second which will still be great.”

Euro 2016: Fans predict a nervy start for debutants Northern Ireland

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