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Welsh football team face Portugal tonight
Sky Sports Luke Morgan Britton, 6th July 2016 Like many of his fellow countrymen, Matt Tuck – frontman of Welsh metallers Bullet For My Valentine – is making his way to France to watch his team play Portugal in the semi-final of the Euro 2016 football tournament.
Wales have taken the tournament by storm so far in what is their first appearance in a major finals in 58 years. Having not been expected to make it past the group stage, Chris Coleman's team are now just one match away from the final.
Ahead of their semi-final tonight (July 6), Tuck was heading to Lyon when he was stopped by Sky Sports News cameras, seemingly unaware of his fame. Watch the star being asked Wales' chances against Portugal below, via Rock Sound.
Meanwhile, Tuck recently said that he wants to collaborate with Metallica – and has admitted he's ready and waiting for them to get in touch.
In an interview with NME.com, Tuck said he believes the two groups "could make beautiful heavy metal together". Directly addressing the metal legends' lead singer James Hetfield, he put out the call, saying "boys, let's make it happen. I'm here, I'm ready when you are".
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