Collins' Wales and Valencia's Ecuador in action

James Collins could feature for Wales while Enner Valencia's Ecuador face Brazil in the Copa America
Wales will be hosted by Sweden in their final fixture prior to UEFA Euro 2016 on Sunday and West Ham defender James Collins could be involved.
The 32-year-old, who played six times in qualifying for the tournament as Wales finished second behind Belgium in Group B, last played for his country in November and will be keen to get some minutes behind him before the tournament starts.
The mouth-watering clash in Selna, which pits two world superstars – Gareth Bale and Zlatan Ibrahimovic – against each other, will act as a warm-up game for both sides prior to this summer’s tournament, which begins on 10 June. The game kicks-off at 3pm UK time.
Hammers man Collins hopes to be a key part of Chris Coleman’s squad during their campaign which kicks-off against Slovakia in Bordeaux on 11 June.
The Dragons then, of course, face England in a huge tie in Lens, before completing their Group B fixtures against Russia in Toulouse.
Also set to be in action on Sunday is West Ham striker Enner Valencia, whose Ecuador side take on Brazil in their opening Copa America tie.
The Yellows will contest Haiti and Peru as well as the Brazilians in Group B for a place in the knockout stages of the competition held in the USA.
Valencia, who has scored 14 times in 24 appearances for his country, has started Ecuador’s last three games and found the net against Paraguay in March.
Neither side can boast terrific recent form however, with two wins apiece from their last five games respectively.
The match, which kicks-off at 3am UK time, will be played in the Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena, California, and the tournament is the first Copa America to be held outside South America.