Pre-match reading. It was 30 years ago today, give or take. Oh Paul.
Wales make three changes to the starting line-up from the 1-1 draw in Armenia. Tom Lockyear replaces the suspended Chris Mepham, while Brennan Johnson and Nathan Broadhead come in for David Brooks and Kieffer Moore, both of whom drop to the bench.
Turkey captain Hakan Çalhanoğlu, of Internazionale, is missing for the visitors, who have already qualified for Euro 2024. Goalkeeper Uğurcan Çakır takes over pennant-swapping duties.
Wales: Ward, Roberts, Lockyer, Davies, Rodon, Broadhead, Jordan James, Ampadu, Williams, Johnson, Wilson.
Subs: Cabango, Moore, Huggins, Sheehan, Cullen, Brooks, King, Daniel James, Morrell, Dasilva, Bradshaw, Hennessey.
Turkey: Cakir, Kadioglu, Akaydin, Bardakci, Ozkacar, Yuksek, Sari, Omur, Salih Ozcan, Akturkoglu, Baris Yilmaz.
Subs: Celik, Yildiz, Bayindir, Kutlu, Yazici, Soyuncu, Kahveci, Ozdemir, Elmali, Kabak, Gunok, Ayhan.
Referee: Matej Jug (Slovenia).
On Saturday afternoon this happened …
… which means Wales have to beat Group C leaders Turkey tonight and hope Croatia slip up at home to Armenia. If the two results go their way, Y Dreigiau are off to Euro 2024. If they don’t, Rob Page’s men are play-off bound. Kick off at Cardiff City Stadium is at 7.45pm GMT. Mae ymlaen!