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Summary

  1. Wales play Belgium for a place in the quarter finals of Euro 2016, with the match kicking off at 20:00 BST
  2. Hundreds of supporters heading to Lille fear they could miss the game due to delays at the Eurotunnel
  3. A fan zone is open in Lille and at Cooper's Field in Cardiff
  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 Nick Bourne

All times stated are UK

Can Wales do it?

This concludes our pre-match build-up coverage from the news team. Now, we're handing you over to our colleagues in Sport with live coverage from tonight's game

Young Wales fan
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Another Neil Taylor goal?

This fan thinks so - he spoke to BBC Wales' Max Evans

Here's the Wales line-up

Almost there...

Singer Cerys Matthews, who was stuck with other Wales fans at the Eurotunnel, tweets

Bale is on the pitch

'Goals from Ramsey and Bale'

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

Who knew Robert Downey Jr supports Wales?!

The film star is among celebrities backing the team

Praise indeed from this Belgian fan

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

The little Wales fan ready to cheer

Danny Duffy, two, from Porthcawl, gives Wales the thumbs up

Danny Duffy
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Sink or swim time

Euro 2016 fan is carried over the heads of football fans in Lille in a dinghy
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Euro 2016 fan is carried over the heads of football fans in Lille in a dinghy

Scarves and flags at the ready

Baglan boys and girls on their second trip to France

Baglan boys and girls in Lille
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The Belgian supporting Wales

BBC Wales' Max Evans found a special fan

Wales 'allowing a nation to dream'

BBC Wales sports reporter Dafydd Pritchard

With fans whose pre-match song of choice is by Zombie Nation, Wales' Euro 2016 campaign feels like a footballing nation rising from the dead, writes Dafydd Pritchard.

Absent from major tournaments for 58 years, Wales have had to watch on enviously as international football's elite do battle at World Cups and European Championships.

Yet their rise has not merely ended that wait for qualification; their march to the quarter-finals in France has now captured the imagination of an entire nation.

Read the full story here.

Wales fan waving scarf
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Hal Robson-Kanu starts for Wales

'Make history boys'

Wales rugby captain Sam Warburton tweets

Lille leeks let loose

Wales fans dressed as leeks and draped in Welsh flags on the streets of Lille
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Wales fans dressed as leeks and draped in Welsh flags on the streets of Lille

The atmosphere is building in Lille

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

AmaZing scenes in Lille as rivers of #WAL fans and #BEL fans pour into the city for #WALBEL#Euro2016
AmaZing scenes in Lille as rivers of #WAL fans and #BEL fans pour into the city for #WALBEL#Euro2016

AmaZing scenes in Lille as rivers of #WAL fans and #BEL fans pour into the city for #WALBEL#Euro2016

'England... who are they?'

Supporting Wales from Chile

BBC News South America Correspondent tweets

Party atmosphere in Lille's old town

BBC Radio Wales presenter Gareth Lewis tweets

The keenest Welsh fan?

Crowd growing at Cardiff fan zone

BBC News reporter Tomos Morgan tweets with one hour until kick-off

Some good news for delayed fans

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

'Wales fans out in force'

FA Wales tweets

Good news for delayed fans

Vince Alm, of the Football Supporters' Federation Cymru, tweets

#fansembassies information Lille we have managed to get voucher exchange at stadium in ticket office until 9.45 local time

Saint Crannog's supporting Wales

A statue of Saint Crannog - which overlooks the village of Llangrannog in Ceredigion in Welsh kit for this evening's match.

Saint Crannog's statue in a Welsh shirt and bucket hat
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Hopes on Bale scoring

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

The singing has started

BBC Radio Wales presenter Gareth Lewis tweets

The stadium is ready - it just needs fans

A message from the rugby boys

'Get to the fan zone early'

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

Things starting to move at the Eurotunnel

'Our train is moving'

Singer Cerys Matthews tweets after long wait

'Wales fans outnumbered'

BBC Wales' Max Evans tweets

Wales rugby star spotted in Lille

There's Faletau - but can you spot the second rugby star?

Fans' nervous wait

BBC sports presenter Dan Walker tweets

Some stuck fans can still joke...

Wales making the news

BBC News' Wales Correspondent Hywel Griffith tweets

Gareth Bale is ready

Coleman's message for stuck fans

Wales boss Chris Coleman is 'aware' of Eurotunnel delays