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Collins snubbed for Euro 16 clash

Filed: Thursday, 16th June 2016
By: Staff Writer

James Collins has been named as a a substitute for this afternoon's European Championships clash between Wales and England.

West Ham United's experiences central defender will have to wait his turn once again with Wales boss Chris Coleman favouring a back three consisting of Ashley WIlliams (Swansea), James Chester (West Brom) and Ben Davies (Spurs).

The game kicks of at 2pm GMT and can be seen live on the BBC. Coverage starts at 1.30pm.

How the teams line-up. England go with an unchanged side from the 1-1 draw with Russia

Collins, who made 27 appearances for West Ham last season is yet to feature in Euro 16 having been an unused substitute in Wales' opening fixture, a 2-1 win against Slovakia.

He is one of four Hammers participating in the tournament alongside Dimitri Payet (France), Darren Randolph (Republic of Ireland) and Angelo Ogbonna (Italy).

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