Sports Mole takes an in-depth look at how Wales could line up against Italy for Sunday's Euro 2020 group clash.
Rob Page will consider making changes to Wales's starting lineup for Sunday's final Euro 2020 Group A match against Italy.
The Dragons are all but assured of a place in the knockout stages, but they need a point to make certain of a runners-up spot and an easier last-16 tie.
Page went with the same starting lineup in the 1-1 draw with Switzerland and 2-0 victory against Turkey, using a 4-2-3-1 formation spearheaded by Kieffer Moore.
However, with Moore in need of a breather and a lack of obvious replacements to come into the side, Page may alter formation and go with the 3-4-3 used pre-tournament.
That would likely see Harry Wilson come into the side in place of Moore, with Daniel James and Gareth Bale possible options either side should they be fit to start once again.
Aaron Ramsey is another who could do with a rest, and that would allow Page to bring in an extra defender - Chris Gunter being one candidate - alongside Joe Rodon and Chris Mepham.
Neco Williams would benefit from the inclusion of wing-backs, while on the other side, Connor Roberts should get the nod after his late goal against Turkey last time out.
Wales possible starting lineup: Ward; Roberts, Mepham, Rodon, Gunter, Williams; Morrell, Allen; Bale, Wilson, James
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