FOLLOW LIVE: Wales makes three changes ahead of England clash

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A lot of words have been said, but the time for action is now as Wales and England get set to do battle in Group B at Euro 2016.

While fan violence continues to dominate off-the-field news, a match with massive implications is set to take place on Thursday.

[ FOLLOW LIVE: England vs. Wales ]

England will go with the same XI that dropped points against Russia on Saturday, while Gareth Bale and Hal Robson-Kanu star for Wales in their second straight match.

Bale and the Welsh will be accompanied by three new starters on Thursday, including goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey replacing Danny Ward in net.

Wales certainly doesn’t boast the names that England does throughout the team, but the Welsh have quickly proven that the chemistry they’ve built up runs much deeper than any of the stars that the Three Lions possess.

[ FOLLOW LIVE: England vs. Wales ]

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England: Hart, Walker, Cahill, Smalling, Rose, Dier, Rooney, Lallana, Alli, Sterling, Kane. Subs: Milner, Vardy, Clyne, Forster, Henderson, Sturridge, Stones, Wilshere, Barkley, Bertrand, Rashford, Heaton.

Wales: Hennessey, Gunter, Taylor, Davies, Chester, Ashley Williams, Allen, Robson-Kanu, Ramsey, Bale, Ledley Subs: Richards, Edwards, George Williams, Vokes, Vaughan, Owain Williams, Church, Owens, Cotterill, King, Jonathan Williams.