Wales need to replicate their heroics from Euro 2016 this summer season and have a fantastic likelihood of reaching the knockout phases as soon as once more.
The Dragons, lead by talisman Gareth Bale, loved a shocking run 5 years in the past, making the semi-finals of their first ever European Championship.
Now, they need to go effectively once more and have impressed in Group A thus far.
They adopted up a hard-fought draw towards Switzerland by seeing off Turkey and are getting ready to the final 16.
They tackle Italy on the Stadio Olimpico at present and have the possibility to high their group.
If Wales end first
Wales should beat Italy in Rome to high the Group A desk, a frightening process to say the least particularly given the Azzurri’s positive kind thus far this summer season.
Ought to they obtain that, they may face the second positioned staff from Group C on Saturday, June 26.
That group consists of Netherlands, Austria, Ukraine and North Macedonia.
In an added incentive, that recreation can be performed at Wembley, that means 1000’s of Welsh followers would have the ability to attend.
That route would then give the Dragons a quarter-final in Munich earlier than returning to London for the semi-finals and remaining ought to they make it.
If Wales end second
That is the almost definitely state of affairs and Wales coming second in Group A will see them face the runner-up of Group B in Amsterdam, additionally on Saturday, June 26.
That group consists of Belgium, Russia, Finland and Denmark.
The Welsh would then be again in Baku for the quarter-final.
If Wales end third
Wales should lose in Italy and see Switzerland beat Turkey with a five-goal swing to complete third, so this state of affairs seems unlikely.
If it does occur, nonetheless, issues get sophisticated.
The Welsh should then wait to see which third positioned groups qualify from all the opposite teams earlier than discovering out who they may play towards and the place.
Can Wales crash out?
It’s extremely unlikely however Wales can nonetheless be mathematically knocked out of Euro 2020 on the group stage.
Along with the defeat to Italy and five-goal swing to Switzerland, they would want 4 third positioned groups from the opposite 5 teams to earn 4 factors and a greater aim distinction than them.
In Euro 2016, the bottom ranked third positioned staff to undergo was Northern Eire, with three factors and a aim distinction of zero.