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Internationals: Brooks, Mepham and Fraser in action


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David Brooks and Chris Mepham started their UEFA Euro 2020 qualification campaign with Wales with a narrow victory over Slovakia at Cardiff City Stadium.

The Cherries pair were both named in Ryan Giggs’ starting line-up for the Group E fixture.

An early goal from Swansea City’s Daniel James was enough to secure a 1-0 win for Wales and all three points.

Brooks was booked and withdrawn after an impressive hour of action, whilst Mepham was involved for the full 90 minutes.

Elsewhere, in Group I Ryan Fraser played the full game for Scotland in their 2-0 away win against San Marino.

Fraser, who joined up with the Scotland team following a period with the AFC Bournemouth squad in Dubai, laid on the first goal for Kenny McLean following a quick short corner.

Nathan Ake was an unused substitute, as the Netherlands lost out in dramatic circumstances against Germany in Amsterdam.

At under-23 level, Jordan Holmes was not involved in the Australia side that comprehensively beat Chinese Taipei 6-0 in Phnom Penh.

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