Wales and Denmark go head-to-head on Friday night with both sides having the chance to earn promotion to League A of the UEFA Nations League.
Ryan Gigg’s side know that a win in Cardiff is enough for them to secure top spot and promotion, whilst Denmark need at least a draw to keep their hopes alive.
Jadon Sancho and the three England players who staked a claim to start against CroatiaThe Danes won 2-0 when the two sides met earlier in the tournament in Aarhus, with Christian Eriksen scoring twice.
Denmark are yet to concede a goal in the Nations League and will be hoping they can stand firm again despite Gareth Bale returning to the Welsh attack.
When is Wales vs Denmark?
The match is on Friday 16 November with kick-off at 7.45pm at the Cardiff City Stadium.
What TV channel is Wales vs Denmark on and is there a live stream?
Subscribers can stream the action on Sky Go or watch on the Sky Sports app, whilst non-subscribers can buy a Sky Sports Day Pass on Now TV.
What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)
The big news for Giggs is that Bale is back from injury after missing the last contest with Republic of Ireland.
However, Wales will be missing Ben Davies through suspension and both Chris Mepham and Neil Taylor through injury.
Denmark are without Simon Kjaer through a lack of fitness, who would usually captain the side.