Wales stand on the cusp of qualification for next year’s Euro 2020 tournament in the tightest of groups.
A 1-1 draw with Croatia in mid-October was enough to put their fate in their own hands, although they do have work to do if they’re going to qualify for their second major tournament in four years.
Under Chris Coleman they impressed at Euro 2016, but the same manager failed to get them into the World Cup in Russia, leading to him leaving his role and being replaced by Ryan Giggs.
Gareth Bale’s strike earned them a draw against group leaders Croatia, a result that gave them hope after a tough brace of defeats over the summer. Ladbrokes’ guide to Euro 2020 qualifying put Croatia as the favourite to win Group E with Wales as a close second; they’re on 14 points and have just one match left to play, giving them a possible total of 17.