Wales made a solid start to their Euro 2020 campaign by coming from behind to claim a draw with Switzerland.
Kieffer Moore's header cancelled out Breel Embolo's effort as the game ended 1-1 at the Baku Olympic Stadium.
The result has arguably placed added significance on Wales' second group stage match against Turkey in the capital of Azerbaijan on Wednesday.
Şenol Güneş' side were thumped 3-0 by Italy on Friday night and will no doubt feel they need at least a point against Rob Page's troops in midweek to stand any chance of progression.
But having earned a point against the Swiss, Wales will feel confident that they are now just one win away from a place in the last 16.
The top two sides in each of the six groups will go through while they will be joined by the four best third-placed sides.
The third-placed duo of Slovakia and Republic of Ireland progressed into the knockout stages of Euro 2016 having claimed four points from the nine on offer in the group phase.
Northern Ireland and eventual champions Portugal both went through with just three points. Turkey and Albania were the unlucky pair to miss out having amassed the same points total, although their inferior goal difference proved costly.
In reality, defeat to Turkey would be nothing short of a disaster for Wales, despite the fact that it would not be the end of their hopes of progression.
But with group favourites Italy being the opponents next weekend, the stars would have to align for Wales to secure victory against an Azzurri side that has not lost in 28 matches.
Victory against Turkey will guarantee that Wales finish at least third in their pool while history shows that four points (which the Red Dragons would have if they emerge victorious) would be enough to make it out of Group A.
A draw keeps things alive, although they would then need a positive result against the Italians.
Wales take on Turkey at 5pm on Wednesday.
They end the group stage against Italy in Rome on Sunday, June 20.