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Two days have passed since Wales managed to qualify for Euro 2016 - but for some fans, reality still hasn't sunk in.
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Bookmakers are offering odds of 50/1 that Wales go on to win Euro 2016.
William Hill spokesperson Rupert Adams told ITV News: "They've got a chance - but not a great one."
But, he added, Wales already beat the odds to qualify in the first place - so perhaps they can do it again.
There were celebrations across Wales on Saturday as Chris Coleman's side qualified for their first major tournament since 1958 - despite a 2-0 defeat to Bosnia Herzegovina.
Welsh football fans waited patiently this afternoon for a glimpse of the Team Wales bus leaving Cardiff Airport.
One told ITV News: "We've been waiting all our lives for this".
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Fans across Wales have been celebrating after their team qualified for Euro 2016.
Despite a defeat against Bosnia-Herzegovina, Israel lost 2-1 to Cyprus, meaning they can't catch Chris Coleman's side in Group B.
Here's how fans in Wrexham reacted:
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Former Wales football players have taken to Twitter to congratulate the current crop on qualifying for Euro 2016.
The Welsh team have experienced a series of near-misses over recent decades, with their last major tournament finals being the 1958 World Cup.
Huge Congratulations to the Welsh team, squad,management and staff for reaching the Euros.and of Course the Supporters the wait is over! ???
Well done to a great guy and his brilliant lads Now go and try to win it Fantastic historical night So proud
Chris Coleman paid tribute to his predecessor as Wales manager, Gary Speed, who he said had "played his part" in their achievement of qualifying for Euro 2016.
Speed died in November 2011 after helping Wales move up the rankings during his year as Wales manager.
Coleman told our reporter Alexandra Lodge: "I'm sure wherever he is, he'll be looking down smiling, and we'll be smiling back at him."