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|Wales' Joe Allen looking forward to Principality Stadium return
sbo bz sbobet Joe Allen feels Welsh football is in the right place to return to the Principality Stadium. Wales are back at the 74,500-capacity rugby citadel on Thursday, with former world and European champions Spain providing high-profile friendly opposition, live on Sky Sports Football.
A crowd of around 50,000 is expected for Wales' first game there since March 2011 and Allen said: "We've come a long way since the days when the atmosphere and the performances were questioned. "I'm sure that's been behind the decision to play this game there.
"We've had great games and great atmospheres at the Cardiff City Stadium in recent years but we're looking forward to playing there again. "For this type of game I'm sure the atmosphere is going to be great. sbo bz sbobet " Allen has played at the Principality Stadium for Team GB during the 2012 Olympics but was an unused substitute when Wales last played there in a 2-0 defeat to England in Euro 2012 qualifying.
"A lot has happened for Welsh football in that time but I will finally get the chance to play for Wales there," said Allen. "I used to go there when I was a kid as I was fortunate that my school went to all the games. There were some great ones and the Italy game [a 2-1 win for Wales in 2002] stands out.
"They were incredible occasions sbo bz sbobet for a kid and inspired me to be one of the players out there in the future." Wales are continuing to monitor the fitness of Gareth Bale after the forward came off in the closing stages of Real Madrid's La Liga defeat at Alaves on Saturday.