9:31 PM EDT, Thu September 03, 2015
Wales Euro watch

Wales Euro watch

WITH Wales's Euro 2016 qualification campaign nearing crunch point, here is how some of the country's key performers fared last weekend.Wayne Hennessey looks to have fallen further down the pecking order at club Crystal Palace.With No.1 Julian Speroni nursing a finger injury, Hennessey was expected to start for the Eagles against Norwich on Saturday. But instead he was on the bench as new signing Alex McCarthy got the nod.Aaron Ramsey endured a difficult start to the campaign as Arsenal suffered...

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