Joe Allen and Neil Taylor have returned to Wales' squad for their World Cup Qualifier against Moldova in Group D on Tuesday, live on Sky Sports Mix.
With three games remaining Wales sit third, two points behind Republic of Ireland in second, but if they win their last three games they will be guaranteed a top-two finish and could even challenge for top spot.
However, if Wales suffer a reverse to Moldova they will be unable to finish top of the group if Serbia beat Ireland on Tuesday night.
Only the nine group winners in qualifying automatically earn a place in next year'sSBOBET
tournament in Russia, while the eight best runners-up enter the play-offs.
Moldova, who have not won any of their last 17 competitive fixtures, are ranked 159th in the latest FIFA World Rankings and only five UEFA countries are ranked lower.
After scoring seven goals for Wales in 2016, Gareth Bale has yet to register for his country this year, suggesting that a Bale-inspired performance could be on the horizon.
Bale was too hot to handle for Moldova last September when he scored twice.
Thankfully for Chris Coleman, Wales found a new hero SBOBET
on Saturday in the form of Liverpool forward Ben Woodburn, who scored a stunning winner against Austria just 261 seconds after stepping on to an international pitch for the first time.