Wales put England to shame in the summer’s European Championship, so much so that the masses claimed they had some Welsh heritage and jumped on the bandwagon.
The men in red play host to Macedonia on Monday night and it could be the case of how many goals the Dragons put past their opponents.
All eyes will be on Gareth Bale, but it was Hal Robson-Kanu who stole the show in France and his superb strike against Belgium is still fresh in the mind. He is 9/2 to opening the scoring.
If Spain come away with anything but a hammering of Liechtenstein, expect Zlatan Ibrahimovic to rip up his Manchester United contract and sign for Accrington Stanley next week.
All in the Spain ranks will be licking their lips to bag as many as possible and Alvaro Morata looks a tempting price of 11/4 to score the first goal.
The Republic Of Ireland start their World Cup campaign away to Serbia and they will have to do without veteran Robbie Keane from now on. It will be a tough ask for Martin O’Neill’s men, but their opponents are well below them on the FIFA rankings and the Irish are 3/1 to return to the Emerald Isle with all three points.
Croatia got the credit they deserved in the Euros, although we would not have seen Cristiano Ronaldo’s tears in the final if they had beaten Portugal. They welcome an average Turkey side and Croatia at 20/41 could be the play.