What time is Wales vs South Korea and how can you watch it for FREE in the UK?
- Rob Page’s Wales and South Korea will go head-to-head later this evening
- The Dragons come into the game off the back of a defeat to Turkey
- Listen to the latest episode of Mail Sport’s podcast It’s All Kicking Off
The side have endured a tough start to the qualifiers and have only won one game so far as they look to reach next year’s tournament in Germany.
Mail Sport breaks down everything you need to know ahead of Wales vs South Korea.
Rob Page’s Wales will face South Korea in a friendly in Cardiff later this evening
The Dragons come into the game off the back of a defeat to Turkey in the Euro 2024 qualifiers
When is Wales vs South Korea?
The clash between Wales and South Korea is scheduled to get to take place tonight, with kick-off at 7.45pm.
This evening’s friendly is scheduled to take place at the Cardiff City Stadium.
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How to watch
This evening’s game will be shown live on on S4C in Wales.
It will also be shown live on Viaplay – which was previously called Premier Sports. Fans hoping to watch the action on Viaplay can sign up via their official website.
Viaplay costs £14.99 a month and can be cancelled at any time.
Fans can also stream the game live on BBC iPlayer.
The clash between the two sides is scheduled to take place at the Cardiff City Stadium
Rob Page will have a fully fit squad to chose from for the game with South Korea.
The Wales manager may opt to rest a few players, with the side looking ahead to their Euro 2024 qualifier with Lativa.
Captain Aaron Ramsey may be rested for the friendly with South Korea.
Brennan Johnson and Tottenham defender Ben Davies could all play some part of this evening’s game.
South Korea captain Son Heung-min is expected to feature for the side, while Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Hwang Hee-chan is also in contention to get some minutes under his belt.
Aaron Ramsey may be rested as Wales look ahead to their Euro 2024 qualifier with Latvia