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Wales vs. Northern Ireland: Gareth Bale and Michael McGovern clash in Paris

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While Chris Coleman is delighted with Wales' progression, he's urging them to continue their fighting spirit.
Reaction after goals from Aaron Ramsey, Neil Taylor and Gareth Bale gave Wales a 3-0 win over Russia to seal top spot in Group B at Euro 2016.

The round of 16 is upon us, with Wales facing Northern Ireland. Both sides have performed tremendously well to make it this far but with the last eight in sight, who will keep their nerve?

Glen Wilson (Wales) and Julian Taylor (Northern Ireland) look ahead to Saturday's clash in Paris.

Sum up your tournament so far

GW: Wales fans were in dreamland the moment their team took to the field for the opening group game, so what's happened since then has far outweighed the most fantastic of fantasies:...

 By Nick Ames

Wales vs Northern Ireland in Euro 2016 knockouts a sign of their progress

Take a trip down memory lane with the key moments from Euro 2016 thus far.

Nobody who was present at the meeting between Wales and Northern Ireland on May 27, 2011, will forget the scene, but you would be hard pressed to find any of them. The given attendance that night at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin was an extraordinary 529, the sprinkling of support dotted around a 51,700-capacity ground. Their cheers echoed faintly as Aaron Ramsey's goal gave the Welsh a 1-0 win.

The context of an evening that might present a nadir for both countries is easily explained and shows...

 By PA Sport

Steven Davis: Northern Ireland and Wales have a healthy respect

Michael O'Neill is excited to say Will Grigg's fire has not been put out and looks forward to the match against Wales.

Captain Steven Davis has promised Northern Ireland will be fired up for Saturday night's Euro 2016 meeting with Wales, even if he thinks the all-British clash lacks the spice of other home nations fixtures.

Twelve years ago three men were sent off inside 22 minutes in an explosive match between the two sides at the Millennium Stadium in front of a 60,000-plus crowd that created an intense atmosphere.

It was rather more serene in March when the countries drew 1-1 in the same city having both already...