Wales' anxious stars will watch Saturday night's Champions League last "from behind a pad" because of a paranoid fear of Gareth Bale getting harmed. Genuine Madrid expert Bale scored seven of Wales' 11 objectives in qualifying furthermore had two helps. He will connect up with Chris Coleman's squad one week from now for Euro 2016 after today evening time's last with Atletico Madrid. Shield James Collins said: "I'll be viewing from behind a pad most likely, the same as all of Wales." The majority of Wales' players know whether they are to have any shot of advancing from Group B in France, and flourishing, they require Bale discharging. Captain Ashley Williams included: "I addressed the gaffer about this and we had a snicker. "We will presumably watch it together. In any case, I would prefer not to watch him in light of the fact that everytime he goes down I will freeze. "I need him to win however in the meantime I need him to simply traverse the diversion. "I truly trust he wins since he is a decent fellow and an extraordinary player. "How about we not discuss imagine a scenario in which he wasn't accessible – we would begin with me forthright I think. Parcel, Williams and Collins are good to go to be named in Coleman's last 23-man squad on Tuesday. Wales fly to Sweden next Saturday for a last well disposed on Sunday before aggressive amusements against Slovakia, England and Russia.
Tottenham star Ben Davies has uncovered his disappointment at passing up a great opportunity for the Premier League title yet says Leicester's triumph can motivate Wales.
Davies played in Tottenham's 2-2 draw at Chelsea as they blew a 2-0 lead to hand the title to pioneers Leicester.
In any case, the shield rushed to compliment kindred Welsh global fellow team member Andy King, who helped Leicester to a notable lady top-flight crown.
Also, in the wake of connecting up as universal colleagues, Davies uncovered how Wales can utilize Leicester's amazing triumph notwithstanding 5,000-1 chances to help their own particular break at history at Euro 2016.
Davies, 23, talking at Wales' preparation camp at Vale do Lobo in Portugal, said: "I messaged Andy to say congrats.
"He had influence in winning the Premier League so he merited it.
"It was baffling however we gave it a decent shot and it wasn't intended to be. I jump at the chance to think we will be more grounded for the experience.
"Individuals experience highs and lows in football and now and again the lows show you profitable lessons.
"We weren't a million miles away. On the off chance that several amusements had gone diversely then perhaps we would have been in with a yell.
Be that as it may, Leicester demonstrated anything is conceivable. They appeared unexpectedly and I don't think anybody gave them a shot. It's something we can bring motivation from with Wales.
"Also, it is helpful to have Kingy around who has been there and done it.
"We have different players who at the exceptionally beat level all the time so nothing ought to upset us in France. Obviously it's a gigantic accomplishment to arrive however we're not simply going to be glad to be there.
"We must be glad for what we've accomplished however there's no point going and not have a go."
Flexible Davies and midfielder King are both set to be a piece of manager Chris Coleman's last 23-man squad which he names on Tuesday in Cardiff.
Talisman Gareth Bale will connect up with the squad then after Real Madrid's Champions League last.