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Wales vs Armenia live stream: Watch Euro 2024 qualifying online

By Mohamed Moallim

Wales vs Armenia live stream: Watch Euro 2024 qualifying online

Published: 13:30, 3 June 2023

Wales vs Armenia takes place on Friday, 16th June at 7:45pm (UK time).

Trying to watch Wales vs Armenia online? Read on for your live streaming options.

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Where to watch Wales vs Armenia on TV:

  • UK: S4C and Viaplay Sports 2
  • US: fuboTV

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Wales and Armenia were both drawn into Euro 2024 qualifying Group D alongside World Cup bronze medalists Croatia, Turkey and Latvia.

Rob Page’s side began life without Gareth Bale by accumulating four points from their opening two qualification matches. They were heading towards a 1-0 loss at Croatia before Nathan Broadhead’s equaliser in the 93rd minute. Kieffer Moore’s effort was then enough to claim all three points against Latvia next time out. Broadhead and Moore are both called up for the Dragon’s forthcoming qualifiers against Armenia and Turkey, a squad that consists of four uncapped players — Morgan Fox (Stoke City), Joe Low (Bristol City), Luke Harris (Fulham) and Liam Cullen (Swansea City) — while Tom Lockyer, who collapsed in Luton’s recent Championship play-off success, is among those who drop out.

Armenia, meanwhile, are pointless but have played a game fewer. Oleksandr Petrakov’s men went in front against Turkey, courtesy of an Ozan Kabak own goal, before their visitors rallied to claim a 2-1 success. The Mountaineers can no longer call upon all-time leading goalscorer Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who retired in 2021, with no current player amassing double-digit figures. Tigran Barseghyan, who turns out for Slovan Bratislava, has so far managed eight strikes across 54 international appearances.

Wales Armenia
Wales 1-0 Latvia Armenia 2-2 Cyprus
Croatia 1-1 Wales Armenia 1-2 Turkey
Wales 0-3 England Albania 2-0 Armenia
Wales 0-2 Iran Kosovo 2-2 Armenia
United States 1-1 Wales Ireland 3-2 Armenia

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Scoreline prediction: Wales 2-0 Armenia

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