first_img 4 Final (July 10, Saint-Denis): Germany/Italy/Spain/France/England – Whoever reaches the final from Wales’ side of the draw will be massive underdogs given the sides in the other half. One of Germany, Italy, Spain will probably await in the final should the Welsh do the impossible and still be in the tournament come July 10. They could even face a rematch with England if Roy Hodgson sorts his strikers out. 4 4 Semi-final (Lyon, July 6): Croatia – Croatia topping Group D instead of Spain has really opened up this side of the draw and if Coleman’s men make it this far then that is who they could face. Alternatively, Poland could await Wales if Robert Lewandowski finds his shooting boots in the knockout rounds. Round of 16 (Paris, June 25): Turkey – click the arrow, right, to see Wales’ possible route to the final – Wales made the knockout stages in their only previous appearance at a major tournament but their opponent on that occasion was a Pele-inspired Brazil team in 1958. This time their reward for topping Group B is one of the third-placed sides, either Turkey or another home nations derby in the form of Northern Ireland. Quarter-final (Lille, July 1): Belgium – This is where it enters the unknown as their last 16 opponents could be any of Sweden, Belgium, Portugal, Iceland, Hungary or Austria with so many permutations remaining in Group E and F. Even if it is the worst case scenario with Belgium, the Welsh will be confident having kept two clean sheets as they won and drew against Marc Wilmots’ side in qualifying. Upon starring in Real Madrid’s Champions League final victory in May, their second in three years, Gareth Bale audaciously declared that Wales would go to France looking to win Euro 2016.As improbably as that seemed at the time, Chris Coleman’s side now have a great chance of going far in the tournament having won Group B ahead of England.Results in other groups mean all of the traditional European giants are in the other half of the draw, along with the Three Lions.Wales are the top scorers in the Championships with six goals and star man Gareth Bale is joint-top scorer with Spain’s Alvaro Morata after finding the net three times.The Welsh will be confident mood going into their last 16 tie, but who stands in between them and a place in the final on July 10?Click the arrow above, right, to see Wales’ reward for topping Group B and what England seemingly threw away having made six changes for their final group game. 4last_img read more

first_img Facebook Advertisement Twitter This veteran game show host received harsh criticism and boos from the audience when he ventured out of the TV studio to moderate a political debate.If you answered, “Who is Alex Trebek,” you’re right!The long-time “Jeopardy!” host served as moderator at Monday night’s Pennsylvania gubernatorial debate, lobbing questions to current Governor Tom Wolf and challenger Scott Wagner, and while the 78-year-old Canadian icon is widely beloved for his TV role that definitely wasn’t the case when it came to his foray into politics. Advertisement Alex Trebekcenter_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement According to the Washington Post, Trebek was criticized for asking long-winded questions and letting the debaters serve up equally long-winded answers. Login/Register With:last_img read more