Wales boss Robert Page had plenty of Euro 2020 food for thought after the 3-0 friendly defeat away to France on Wednesday.
The Dragons start their European Championship campaign against Switzerland in Baku, with Italy and Turkey completing the Group A picture.
Here, the PA news agency predicts what the Wales team will look like for the June 12 opener.
The Leicester man has been in the shadows of Wales’ most capped goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey for many years. But Ward has capitalised on the injury Hennessey suffered last October to seemingly establish himself as the number one going into Euro 2020. He started against France and produced a superb penalty save among several excellent stops.
The Swansea defender’s position could be under threat from Neco Williams if Page chooses to go with a back four. But Page opted for wing-backs in the World Cup qualifiers against Belgium and the Czech Republic in March and Roberts’ raiding qualities down the right are a huge plus in that formation.
Rodon won only his 13th cap against France in Nice but has emerged as a key defensive figure and even wore the armband after Gareth Bale was substituted against Finland in November. He is yet to nail down a regular place at Tottenham since his October move from Swansea, but growing maturity and a calm persona make him a certain starter.
Wales hope the experienced Tottenham defender is fit for the Baku opener after missing the last two months of the season with a calf problem. Davies came on just before the hour mark in Nice and his versatility means he could play either on the left side of a three-man defence or operate at left-back in a four.
The Liverpool full-back was harshly sent off for handball 26 minutes into the Nice defeat when the game was goalless.
Williams is adaptable and brings huge energy and enthusiasm to the team, either at right-back in a four-man defence or more likely at left wing-back to create an exciting partnership with Daniel James down that flank.
There remains a question mark of Ampadu’s starting spot after a late-season pelvic injury and his absence from the matchday squad in Nice. Wales see him lining up alongside Allen in central midfield for the Baku opener, but the Chelsea youngster might need minutes in the final warm-up game against Albania on Saturday for that to happen.
The Juventus playmaker was named in the Euro 2016 team of the tournament but has rarely played for Wales over the last few years and is another fitness concern. But he got just over 30 minutes under his belt in Nice and impressed with his passing and vision. If he does start in Baku it could be in a false nine role, although doubts over Ampadu could see him drop deeper.
Searing pace makes James a huge counter-attacking weapon and ideally suited to Wales’ game plan to break quickly on opponents. The winger often lines up on the right at Manchester United, but he is used in his preferred left-wing role by Wales and provides a genuine goal threat.