Wales lock horns with Russia in their final Group B clash on Monday knowing a win will take them into the knockout stages of Euro 2016.
Chris Coleman's side, who are making their debut at the European Championship, kicked things off with a deserved 2-1 victory over Slovakia last weekend.
Gareth Bale scored his second goal in as many games to give the Dragons a 1-0 lead against England on Wednesday, but they suffered heartache when Daniel Sturridge scored in stoppage time to inflict a 2-1 defeat on their neighbours.
The Welsh are only a point behind the Three Lions going into their group decider with the Russians, who are yet to get going in the tournament.
Leonid Slutsky's team needed a stoppage-time goal from Vasili Berezutski to salvage a 1-1 draw against the English in their group opener, before being beaten 2-1 by the Falcons on Wednesday to prop up the table on a solitary point.
However, their record against Wales makes for good reading as the Golden Eagles are unbeaten in the last four meetings between the two nations, including three straight wins most recently.
But their form coming into the France spectacle is less impressive as the Russia have won just once in their last seven outings, with two draws and four defeats.
In team news, Slutsky could look to change things up considerably in Toulouse after two lethargic displays from his troops.
He could be forced into one change at least with midfielder Oleg Shatov nursing a groin injury, making him doubtful to feature at the Stadium Municipal.
Meanwhile, Joe Ledley has handed Coleman a boost by declaring himself fit for the midweek encounter.
The Crystal Palace midfielder had only returned to action against England after recovering from a broken leg, but he was substituted with a calf issue in the second half.
Ledley has shaken off the problem, however, and is expected to be included in an unchanged starting line-up against the Russians.