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Summary

  1. Forsberg drives in from Ibrahimovic lay-off
  2. Lustig adds second from close range
  3. Bale comes on as second-half sub for Wales
  4. Guidetti pounces after Williams misjudgement
  5. Wales' only warm-up for Euro 2016

Live Reporting

By Phil Dawkes

All times stated are UK

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  1. On to the real thing...

    That is your lot for our coverage of Sweden v Wales and for the warm-up games for Euro 2016. Next up; the real deal.

    Join us next Friday for the opening ceremony and opening game - France v Romania.

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    Sweden 3-0 Wales

    Kevin Ratcliffe

    Former Wales and Everton captain on BBC Radio Wales

    It wasn't the result Coleman will have wanted but it served its purpose. What have Sweden got out of the game? They could be going into the next one a little too relaxed.

    Wales do look short of goals though, especially without Gareth Bale on the pitch.  

  3. Team selector

    Sweden 3-0 Wales

    After that result and performance in Stockholm, Wales fans may be inclined to make a few alterations to their starting XI for the opening Euro 2016 match against Slovakia. You can have a tinker with the side using our team selector, which you can find here.

    Wales
  4. Is tiredness a valid excuse?

    Euro 2016

    It is often suggested that England head to major tournaments physically worse off than their opponents due to the punishing schedule of the Premier League - an issue that also includes Wales this summer.

    Our man Stephan Shemilt has out together an analysis of whether this excuse holds any water, which you can find here.

  5. Get Involved

    Sweden 3-0 Wales

    Richard: Pathetic. There's no such thing as a meaningless football match. 1 win in 7. 3 more conceded. Shambolic.  

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    Sweden 3-0 Wales

    Kevin Ratcliffe

    Former Wales and Everton captain on BBC Radio Wales

    Chris Coleman knows next week is a different kettle of fish. The last goal sums it up - Wiliams would have gone in harder if this was a competitive match. Today was about getting the rustiness out, and I think they've achieved that.

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    Sweden 3-0 Wales

    Not a good afternoon for Wales. Yes, it was only a friendly but they were found lacking in just about every department. Shoddy at the back, blunt in attack. Chris Coleman has more things to ponder now than he did at 3pm.

    Chris Coleman
  8. FULL-TIME

    Sweden 3-0 Wales

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    Sweden 3-0 Wales

    Gareth Bale has another free-kick, this time on a tight angle on the right. He skips up to it but slices it way wide of the far post.

    Soon after, Emyr Huws is now far away with a low shot from 20 yards.

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    Sweden 3-0 Wales

    Kevin Ratcliffe

    Former Wales and Everton captain on BBC Radio Wales

    Ashley Williams was just a little bit slow. Another game and he might have gone in stronger for that header. He's shaking his head as he watches on the monitor. He tried his best to stop Guidetti but realised if he brought him down he'd be off.

  11. GOAL - Sweden 3-0 Wales

    John Guidetti

    The salt in the wound. Wales' miserable afternoon is complete. A long ball forward finds John Guidetti, who beats Ashley Williams way too easily and finds the net with hit finish, despite Danny Ward getting a hand to the ball.

    John Guidetti
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    Sweden 2-0 Wales

    Kevin Ratcliffe

    Former Wales and Everton captain on BBC Radio Wales

    There's not even a yellow card coming out here, and that was a shocker. Gareth Bale rode the challenge really well. Maybe that's something he's learned in Spain.

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    Sweden 2-0 Wales

    Here we go. This could be Bale's moment. He has a free-kick 25 yards from goal. He lines it up and has a pop but strikes the wall.

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    Sweden 2-0 Wales

    Ashley Williams is struggling again. I'm not sure what Wales achieve by keeping him on the pitch now. Better to protect him.

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    Sweden 2-0 Wales

    Gareth Bale is sent flying by a poor challenge from Andreas Granqvist. From the free-kick, Simon Church is given a sniff of goal but cannot keep his effort down at the back post.

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    Sweden 2-0 Wales

    Kevin Ratcliffe

    Former Wales and Everton captain on BBC Radio Wales

    The result won't bother Chris Coleman. It's all about the first game next week. That's what he's been building up to.

  17. Post update

    Sweden 2-0 Wales

    Wales are offering something now. Emyr Huws drives in to the Sweden box and crosses low towards Gareth Bale, who is denied by last-ditch tackle. 

    Soon after, Aaron Ramsey has the chance to shoot from the edge of the box but curls his effort high over the bar.

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    Sweden 2-0 Wales

    That is just shoddy from Wales. They have a corner and see it cleared but when the ball is knocked back in at least three players are offside.

  19. SUBSTITUTION

    Sweden 2-0 Wales

    John Guidetti (once of Man City, Stoke and Celtic) comes on for Marcus Berg for Sweden.

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    Sweden 2-0 Wales

    Bale has made a difference, as we all knew he would. His dangerous dipping, swerving cross-come-shot in to the box from the right skips past everyone and out for a goal-kick. Cue another change...

    Gareth Bale for Wales