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Swans duo in Wales squad

Roberts, who has risen through Swansea’s academy ranks over the past decade, earns his first senior call for the Dragons following an impressive spell under Carlos Carvalhal.

The 22-year-old, from Crynant, has featured seven times for Swansea this season and has played in every game of the club’s run to the FA Cup quarter-finals.

Midfielder Andy King, who joined the Swans on loan from Leicester City in January, is also named in new manager Giggs’ first squad.

Wales face China on Thursday, March 22 before a final game against either Uruguay or the Czech Republic on Sunday, March 25.

 

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