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Wales are back in 2022 World Cup qualifying action on Tuesday evening as they take on Czech Republic.Here's everything you need to know about the match in Cardiff.What time is Wales v Czech Republic kick-off.Wales v Czech Republic kicks off at 7.45pm on Tuesday, March 30.
The game at Cardiff City Stadium is being staged behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.Is Wales v Czech Republic on TV?
Yes, the game will be shown live on Sky Sports. Coverage on their Main Event channel begins at 7.30pm.It will also be screened live on S4C from 7.25pm.
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Defender James Lawrence has been cleared to link up with Wales, meaning he is available to feature.However, the hosts will be without Joe Allen who suffered a muscle injury in the opening stages of the 3-1 loss to Belgium last week.Ben Davies, Aaron Ramsey and Tom Lockyer have all withdrawn from the squad.
Kieffer Moore has a heel problem, although he is available to feature in what is Wales' second qualifier of the year.The Red Dragons have no other injury concerns following their clashes with Belgium and Mexico.
Hal Robson-Kanu, Rabbi Matondo and Tyler Roberts have been released from the Welsh camp after breaching FAW protocol.Rob Page on Czech Republic: "Very impressed. We've watched some footage from the game against Belgium the other night and how they go about their game."They press at high intensity, they've got quality in their team, they've got goals in their team, [Tomas] Soucek in particular.