Wales host Macedonia tonight, in their penultimate World Cup qualifier, at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Wales are currently bottom of their qualifying group, with their hopes of making it to the tournament in Brazil next summer long gone.
The build-up to the game has been overshadowed by uncertainty over Chris Coleman's position as Wales manager.
Coleman revealed last week he was considering his future and had several things to discuss with the Football Association of Wales, with a contract extension agreed but unsigned.
FAW chief executive Jonathan Ford previously suggested the results against Macedonia and Belgium on Tuesday, at the end of a difficult qualifying campaign, will be taken into consideration before anything is finalised.
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