Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam is hosting the first round of the Euro-16 Euro 16 final on Saturday evening and Wales and Denmark.
Wales finished second in Italy in Group A, while Denmark considered the problem of finishing second in Belgium in Group B despite winning their first two games.
Five years ago, from a memorable memorial to the final of Euro 2016, Wales had a chance to create a happier memory than when it came to knockouts and other competitions.
The Dragons beat the Italians 1-0 in their last game, but that was a result Rob Page could have accepted before the game as he put his side in second place.
Matteo Pessina finished off a short interval shortly before half-time to show the difference in Rome, while Wales would have ten men playing 35 minutes after Ethan Ampadu’s red card.
In the final, it was a 2-0 win over Turkey four days before that marked Wales’ last 16, coming behind a 1-1 draw in Switzerland.
The page could change his side for the Italian game, which is the Dragons missing second in 16 league games. It is not until June 2019 that they have lost the next tournament.
However, Wales have lost their last two games in Amsterdam – against the Netherlands in 1988 and 2014 – and will have no supporters in this country.
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