Euro 2016 Group B Preview and Predictions for Wales

As the current 2015/16 domestic season is now finally reaching its latter stages with all the drama and last minute sensation we’ve come to expect from the standard Premier League campaign, we’ve decided to continue our Euro 2016 Group B preview with a closer inspection of tournament debutants Wales, and whatever fate has in store for Chris Coleman’s determined outfit this summer…

 

Chances of success

Since Gary Speed first implemented his plans for Wales upon the international scene, this group of players have certainly progressed a great deal over the last few years and seemingly don’t look like letting up any time soon.

Wales nonetheless won’t be expected to claim too many high profile scalps at Euro 2016, but does such a notion really mean that Chris Coleman’s side are entirely incapable of leap-frogging England and claiming top-spot in Group B this summer? Certainly not…  

 

Ones to watch

Despite Wales’ distinct lack of footballing pedigree in major international tournaments, the modern day Premier League nevertheless plays host to several impressive Welsh stars who could easily serve to impress at the upcoming competition.

The likes of Aaron Ramsey at Arsenal, James Collins at West Ham, as well as Joe Allen at Liverpool have all paid witness to a series of impressive domestic campaigns so far this season, but Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale will obviously take the vast majority of the spotlight for Wales with all things fairly taken into account…  

 

From the dug-out

Euro 2016 Group B Preview: Wales

Although the ex-Fulham boss certainly had big shoes to fill in the void left by Gary Speed among the Welsh international dug-out, it seems as if Chris Coleman has proven more than worthy of the task when you consider how well Wales have done in simply qualifying for Euro 2016 in the first place.

The 45-year-old tactician will therefore be full of confidence ahead of the upcoming competition, and as the Welsh seemingly fear no one right in the here and now, perhaps Euro 2016 could serve to boost the profile of Chris Coleman even further this summer.

 

Wales’ Euro 2016 Predictions

Whilst Wales certainly won’t be expected to win the tournament outright this year, that particular notion certainly will not stop Welsh football fans from aiming high upon the final culmination of the 2015/16 domestic campaign.

Chris Coleman’s side have admittedly earned the right to think big at Euro 2016, and could easily make it through to the often elusive knock-out stages when all is said and done. 

 

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