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Summary

  1. Wales play Northern Ireland for a place in the quarter finals of Euro 2016, with the match kicking off at 17:00 BST
  2. Tens of thousands of Wales fans have travelled to Paris for the game at the Parc des Princes
  3. A fan zone is open at Cooper's Field in Cardiff from 15:00-20:00 BST
  4. The game will be shown on BBC One and S4C. You can also listen on BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio Cymru.
  5. Get involved by sending your pictures and videos to newsonlinepictures@bbc.co.uk or @BBCWalesNews on Twitter and Facebook

Live Reporting

By Gemma Ryall and Ceri Coleman-Phillips

All times stated are UK

Over to you boys!

That's it for our live page but follow all the action and reaction to the match with our colleagues at BBC Wales Sport here.

The only thing left for us to say is "Come on Wales!"

Wales sing loud and proud

The moment fans belt out the anthem in Cardiff's fan zone

Here's the team - Go Wales!

What a moment for this boy

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

'Let's do this' - Robson-Kanu

It's Pob lwc from Pobol Y Cwm

The stage is set in Paris

'Wales is behind you'

Pinning hopes on Bale

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

And the award for best costume goes to...

Four red dragons from Aberystwyth get ready to roar in Paris   

Four red dragons
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Swansea City wishing its players luck

Where could these fans be from?

Wales warming up at Parc des Princes

Wales players warming up
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'Biggest game in Welsh football history'

A good luck message from former Wales footballer John Harton

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Getting ready to roar!

Wales' younger supporters enjoy the atmosphere prior to kick off. 

Wales supporter dressed as dragon
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'Beret good'

Wales' chances of getting through to the quarter finals are 'beret good' according to these fans.

Wales fans in berets
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Cardiff's fan zone is 'electric'

A message from North

3-0? No problem

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

Flying the flag for Wales

Denbighshire council staff show their support for Wales.

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Sheen and Nesbitt cheer on their teams

Welsh actor Michael Sheen and Northern Ireland's James Nesbitt give their messages of support before their two teams meet in Paris. 

Michael Sheen and James Nesbitt
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A fan from Bala, or is that Bale?

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

Ian Rush is ready!

Waiting patiently for kick off

Wales fans take their seats in Parc des Princes.

Wales fans in stadium
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The excitement is building...

These Wales fans from Newport made the trip to Paris and it's fair to say they are a bit excited.  

Wales fans in Paris
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'Aiming to slow Bale down'

BBC Wales' sports reporter predicts Northern Ireland's tactics

You have less than an hour...

A Wales supporter appeals for tickets to the game.

Wales fan appeals for tickets
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Goal expectations

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

Just a few more Gary...

Official team sheet released

This beats watching in your living room!

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

The Bale of Glamorgan

England fans in disguise

On the bench

This bunch from Cwmbran made the Wales bench - well, a bench outside the Paris fan zone.

Wales fan with flag
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Winning team? Robbie Savage thinks so

Scoreline predictions

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

'We are no longer an almost team'

Just watch this from BBC Wales' Tomos Dafydd

'Security is tight'

BBC Wales reporter Max Evans is in Paris and says "security is pretty tight in places around the Paris fanzone," with three check points on the way in. 

Paris fanzone
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Tactics and score predictions

Daniel Thomas
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For the first time ever two of the home nations will play each other in the knockout stages of a major tournament.

Wales and Northern Ireland fans are are all hoping their side makes it through to their first European Championship quarter-final.

So what can we expect?

Wales fan Daniel Thomas and Northern Ireland supporter Gary McKee run through some of the key areas of the big match here.

Arise Sir Gareth!