Wales qualify for Euro 2016 despite defeat

10th October

Wales have booked their place at next summer's European Championships despite a 2-0 defeat against Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Late goals from Milan Djuric and Vedad Ibisevic was enough to secure victory for the hosts, but Chris Coleman's side were still guaranteed second place in Group B after Israel were beaten by Cyprus.
Ashley Williams and Neil Taylor both played 90 minutes in Zenica, with the Swans duo playing every minute of the nine Group B matches thus far.
Wales, who sit just two points behind table-toppers Belgium, now face minnows Andorra at the Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday still with a chance of winning their group.