BBC Wales will broadcast the International friendly between China and Wales this morning.
Jason Mohammad presents coverage of the semi-final match in the China Cup tournament, which takes place at Guangxi Sports Centre in Nanning, China.
Ryan Giggs will take charge of the national team for the first time since being appointed as Chris Coleman’s successor on a four-year contract in January.
Should Wales triumph in this encounter, they will progress to the final against the winners of the other semi-final between Uruguay and Czech Republic.
Coverage starts at 11.15am on BBC One Wales. Highlights will be shown on S4C from 6.05pm.
S4C will broadcast either the third place play-off match or the final on Monday 26th March, depending on today’s result.
BBC One Wales is available to the rest of the UK on Freesat channel 964 (SD), 976 (HD), Sky channel 952 (SD), 978 (HD), and Virgin Media channel 864.
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