Tom Lawrence: Forward named in Wales squad after drink-drive charge

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After this month, derby ahead Tom Lawrence has been included in the Wales squad for their Euro 2020 qualifiers against Croatia and Slovakia.
Lawrence has been charged with drink driving after an accident in September.
He played Derby on Wednesday and director Phillip Cocu stated he isn’t yet”off the hook” with the team.
Rabbi Matondo along with ashley Williams are recalled to the squad for the trip to Slovakia on 10 October.
Lawrence along with Rams team-mate Mason Bennett are due to appear at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court on 15 October, fourteen weeks.
Liverpool’s Ben Woodburn, Who’s available at Oxford United, is not included, along with David Brooks, of club St Pauli’s James Lawrence, and also Bournemouth.
As they prepare to confront Moldova at a Euro U21s qualifier on Friday woodburn has been known for the very first time at a Wales Under-21s squad.
Long-time captain Williams was left from Wales team to face Belarus and Azerbaijan in September, having started the season.
The 35-year-old insists that he wants to continue his international career as long as possible and has since become a standard in Championship side Bristol City.
After scoring his first target in Germany’s 17, 19, matondo, has his recall times.
On loan from Manchester City he scored for FC Schalke against RB Leipzig in which Ethan Ampadu called in Giggs’ squad, is currently finding it difficult to break into the first group.
Aaron Ramsey returns having been forced to withdraw from the games of September due to lack of fitness after injury.
The former Arsenal player last played for his country.
Ramsey has impressed as a replacement, though in several of looks for new club Juventus.
There might be a question mark over Gareth Bale’s fitness. Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane stated he rested Bale to Tuesday’s Champions League draw.
Wales squad:
Hennessey, Ward; A Davies, Gunter, A Williams, B Davies, Taylor, C Roberts, Ampadu, Mepham, Lockyer, Rodon, Ramsey, Allen, J Williams, Wilson, Smith, James, Vaulks, Morrell, Bale, Vokes, Lawrence, Allen Roberts, Matondo, Moore.

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