Odds on Wales winning Euro 2016 have been slashed ahead of this afternoon's match with Northern Ireland.
Bookmaker William Hill have given Chris Coleman's side odds of 20/1 - down from an initial 66/1 at the start of the tournament. As such they're favorites to make it through to the quarter finals today, priced at 4/9 compared to Northern Ireland on 7/4.
The match is Wales' second all British tie of the tournament following their 2-1 defeat to England in the group stages. It's expected to generate upwards of of £15m industry-wide turnover.
Elsewhere Wales forward Gareth Bale is now favourite to end the tournament as top goalscorer, with odds of 7/2.
The Real Madrid man, who had odds of 50/1 to take home the golden boot at the start of the campaign, has scored three goals in consecutive games so far.
With the confirmation of Britain voting to leave the EU today, many have been asking how better or worse off will we now be outside of the European Union. The topic has also been the heart of the debate over the last few months.
Richard Morgan has been looking at what it'll mean for the pounds in our pockets.
The President of Airbus Group UK has reiterated his warning that the company will have to review future investment in the UK following the referendum result.
Airbus, which employs more than 6,000 people at Broughton in Flintshire, supported the campaign to remain in the European Union.
Paul Kahn said last year that the company would reconsider its investment in the country in the event of a leave result.
This is what he said today:
48,930 people in Flintshire (56.4%) voted to leave the EU, with 37,867 (43.6%) votes for remain.