Swans duo set for Euro 2016 quarter-final
1st July 2016
Swansea City's Ashley Williams and Neil Taylor bid to send Wales into their first semi-final at a major tournament tonight when they face Belgium in their Euro 2016 quarter-final tie in Lille (8pm).
Belgium are no strangers to Wales, with the teams being paired in qualification for this tournament, and it was Chris Coleman's side who got the better of the matches with a draw and victory.
But now it's knockout football, and a place in the semi-final up for grabs.
Group B winners Wales advanced into the last eight after narrowly beating Northern Ireland 1-0 while Belgium cruised past Hungary 4-0 in their last 16 tie.
Gylfi Sigurdsson is in action on Sunday when Iceland, conquerors of England in the last round, face France as the tournament's smallest nation look to shock the hosts and book a semi-final place.
There was heartbreak, however, for Lukasz Fabianski as Poland were beaten on penalties by Portugal in their quarter-final.
Poland had led after two minutes, but Portugal were back on level terms just after the half hour mark when Fabianski was beaten by Renato Sanchez's deflected strike.
Neither team could find a further breakthrough in extra time, meaning the game went into a penalty shooutout.
And with Jakub Blaszczykowski's effort saved by Rui Patricio, Portugal booked their spot in the semi-final against either Wales or Belgium thanks to Ricardo Quaresma's winning spotkick.