Wales vs Latvia: Where to watch the match online, live stream, TV channels & kick-off time

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How to watch Wales vs Latvia in the Euro 2024 qualification stage from the UK, US, and India, as well as kick-off time and team news

Wales take on Latvia in their second EURO 2024 qualification game at Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday.

­čô║ Watch Wales vs Latvia live on Viaplay in the UK

­čĺ╗ Watch Wales vs Latvia live on Fubo in the U.S.

Wales kicked off their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign with a 1-1 draw against the 2022 World Cup semi-finalists Croatia.

Latvia, on the other hand, will begin their qualifying campaign on Tuesday. They played a friendly match against Ireland in preparation for the qualifiers, which they lost 3-2.

GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch the Euro 2024 qualifier fixture Wales vs Latvia, plus team news, recent form and more.

  1. Kick-off time
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    Kick-off time


    March 28, 2023

    Kick-off time:

    7.45pm GMT / 2.45pm ET / 12.15am IST (March 29)


    Cardiff City Stadium

    The game is scheduled for March 28, 2023 at Cardiff City Stadium. It will kick off at 7.45pm GMT in the UK, 2.45pm ET in the US and 12.15am IST (on March 29) in India.

  2. How to watch Wales vs Latvia online - TV channels & live streams
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    How to watch Wales vs Latvia online - TV channels & live streams

    TV channels & streaming options

    CountryTV channelLive stream
    UKViaplay Sports 2, S4C, S4C Red ButtonViaplay App, Viaplay UK
    U.S.Fox Soccer PlusFubo, VIX+
    IndiaN/ASony LIV

    The Euro 2024 qualifying round match between Wales and Latvia will be broadcast on Viaplay Sports 2, S4C and S4C Red Button and can be streamed on Viaplay App and Viaplay UK in the UK.

    In the U.S., the match can be watched on Fox Sports Plus and can be streamed on Fubo and VIX+.

    Fans in India can catch all the action on the Sony Sports Network.

  3. Team news & squads
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    Team news & squads

    Wales team news

    Wayne Hennessey and Ben Davies have not been named in the squad due to injuries, while Brennan Johnson misses the clash due to a groin problem.

    Goalkeepers:Tom King, Danny Ward, Adam Davies
    Defenders:Morgan Fox, Neco Williams, Ben Cabango, Chris Mepham, Joe Rodon, Connor Roberts, Ethan Ampadu, Tom Lockyer
    Midfielders:Ollie Cooper, Harry Wilson, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Morrell, Jordan James, Daniel James, Sorba Thomas, Nathan Broadhead
    Forwards:Tom Bradshaw, Luke Harris, Kieffer Moore, Wes Burns

    Latvia team news

    There are no major injury concerns in the Latvia squad ahead of the crucial Wales clash.

    Goalkeepers:P─üvels ┼áteinbors, Roberts Ozols, Nils Toms Puri┼ć┼í
    Defenders:Vladislavs Sorokins, M─ürcis O┼ís, Antonijs ─îernomordijs, Kristers Tobers, Maksims To┼ći┼íevs, Roberts Sava─╝nieks, Raivis Jurkovskis, Elvis Stuglis, Daniels Balodis
    Midfielders:Ren─ürs Varslav─üns, Eduards Emsis, Janis Ikaunieks. Andrejs Ciga┼ćiks, D─üvis Ikaunieks, Alvis Jaunzems, Art┼źrs Zjuzins, Aleksejs Saveljevs
    Forwards:Vladislavs Gutkovskis, Raimonds Krollis, Roberts Uldri─Ěis

    Head-to-head record

    18 August, 2004Wales 2-0 LatviaInternational friendly

    Wales and Latvia have only met once before, in an international friendly in 2004 - with Wales emerging with a 2-0 victory.

  4. Useful links
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