Granted they were missing some key personnel in Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey, but still Wales could only play out a home draw with Northern Ireland on Thursday night as part of their Euro 2016 warm ups.
Boss Chris Coleman at least got to take a look at some of his depth in the match and may have a better idea of who to take to France 2016.
In a much sterner test of their resiliency, the Welsh head out to the Ukraine for Monday night’s friendly fixture. This is a long trip and a tough one for the Welsh. They have played the Ukraine twice before and both of those games, which were World Cup 2002 qualifiers, ended up being tied 1-1.
Wales have posted a good W3 D1 L1 record in their last five away games, form which helped them book their place at Euro 2016. A draw in the Ukraine would be a hugely positive result for them but if they can go out and sneak a win there, that would put their confidence through the roof.
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