Wales end warm-up for Euro 2016 against Sweden in Stockholm

George Williams in action for Wales against Netherlands
Wales lost at home to Netherlands in their first Euro 2016 warm-up match in November 2015

Wales will travel to Sweden for their final pre-Euro 2016 friendly, the Football Association of Wales has confirmed.

Chris Coleman's side will face Sweden, who finished third in Euro qualifying group G, at Stockholm's Friends Arena on 5 June.

"Sweden are a side full of quality and experience who over the years have been regular qualifiers for major tournaments," said Coleman.

"They will be the ideal opponents."

Sweden qualified for Euro 2016 with a 4-3 aggregate victory over Denmark in the play-offs.

Erik Hamren's Sweden are currently ranked 35th in the FIFA World Rankings, 18 places behind Wales in 17th.

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Wales will travel straight from Stockholm to their Euro 2016 team base in Dinard, France, where preparations for the tournament will continue.

They face Slovakia in their opening match of the competition in Bordeaux on Saturday, 11 June.

Wales' final home match ahead of Euro 2016 will be against Northern Ireland at Cardiff City Stadium on Friday, 24 March.

They face Ukraine at Kiev's NSK Olympiyskiy Stadium four days later .

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