WALES are going for a win in their second match of Euro 2020 - and they can be confident that fans here in North Wales will be cheering them on.

Gareth Bale says Wales plan to silence what will be effectively a home Turkey crowd in their Euro 2020 clash in Baku.

In what is potentially a must-win clash for both sides as far as securing qualification for the last 16 is concerned, Turkey will have the vast majority of support inside Baku’s Olympic Stadium on Wednesday.

The 69,870-capacity stadium will be almost half full following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, with around 34,000 expected to be present.

Only a few hundred Wales supporters have gone against the advice of the Welsh Government and made the 3,000-mile trip to the shores of the Caspian Sea.

Captain Bale support from the fans was important.

He said: “Obviously we’d prefer to be playing in front of 34,000 Wales fans, but it’s not meant to be.

“You feed off the atmosphere. Of course they’re not saying great things, but I guess you want to silence them.

“We’ll feel like the away team in an away stadium and you know you’re going to get a bit more abuse.

“All us footballers have dealt with it in the past, it’s the normal, and you enjoy it.

“If anything it kind of spurs us on to be a bit more ruthless on the pitch, and hopefully we can keep them silent.”

But here in North Wales, fans will be in pubs, beer gardens and living rooms to cheer on Wales.

With memories of cheers echoing around our pubs in 2016, and fond memories of when Wales played Trinidad at The Racecourse in 2019, there is always strong support for the national team in North Wales.

Where will you be watching the match today? Are you, your children, or even your pets wearing a Wales kit today? Is your home, office, school, or business flying the Wales flags today?

Send us your photos of your support and (hopefully) celebrations today!