Gareth Bale returns to Wales squad for Nations League decider

Gareth Bale returns to Wales squad for UEFA Nations League decider against Denmark… with uncapped Anderlecht defender James Lawrence a surprise inclusion in Ryan Giggs’ 26-man group

  • Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has been named in the latest Wales squad 
  • Bale missed last month’s fixtures against Spain and Ireland through injury
  • Uncapped Anderlecht defender James Lawrence was a surprise inclusion 
  • Wales face Denmark in their UEFA Nations League decider on November 16
  • Ryan Giggs’ men will also play a friendly away to Albania four days later 

Gareth Bale has been named in the Wales squad for their Nations League group decider against Denmark after missing last month’s international action.

The Real Madrid forward missed the high-profile friendly defeat to Spain and the Nations League victory against the Republic of Ireland in Dublin through muscle fatigue.

But Bale has featured in Real’s four games since the last international break and he is part of Ryan Giggs’ 26-man squad for the Denmark tie on November 16 and the away friendly with Albania four days later.

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey and Chelsea youngster Ethan Ampadu are also back after missing the Ireland game.

Gareth Bale returns to the Wales squad for their Nations League decider against Denmark

Gareth Bale returns to the Wales squad for their Nations League decider against Denmark

Uncapped Anderlecht defender James Lawrence (left) was a surprise inclusion in the squad

Uncapped Anderlecht defender James Lawrence (left) was a surprise inclusion in the squad

WALES SQUAD TO PLAY DENMARK

Goalkeepers: Wayne Hennessey, Danny Ward, Adam Davies

Defenders: Connor Roberts, Chris Gunter, James Chester, Chris Mepham, Ethan Ampadu, Tom Lockyer, James Lawrence, Paul Dummett, Neil Taylor

Midfielders: Joe Allen, Matthew Smith, Aaron Ramsey, Andy King, George Thomas, Harry Wilson, David Brooks, Daniel James, Ben Woodburn, Tom Lawrence

Forwards: Tyler Roberts, Sam Vokes, Gareth Bale

 


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