Aaron Ramsey is set to be promoted to captain of his Wales side for the upcoming quarter-final match against Belgium.
Ashley Williams started the competition wearing the armband for Wales, but looks likely to miss out on the crucial match with the Red Devils due to injury.
The Swansea captain collided with fellow team-mate Jonny Williams in the previous match with Northern Ireland, and is now suffering with a shoulder injury.
Ramsey is now set to take over his role as captain for the important Euro 2016 match, where they will be hoping to win, in order to reach their first ever semi-final at international level.
Their opponents appear to be hitting top form at present however. Since their dismal 2-0 defeat to Italy, they have scored eight goals without reply. Belgium are starting to show the type of ability that warrants their place in the top two of the FIFA world rankings, and could well spoil the party for Ramsey and co.
Gareth Bale and Ramsey will be crucial in trying to overcome the in-form side. The latter will know full well about the strength in their opponents side, having come up against 90% of their team in England in recent years.
Key players Eden Hazard, Kevin DeBruyne and Romelu Lukaku are integral in the first-team, and all ply their trade in the Premier League. The latter is currently linked with a switch to Arsenal also, although it is yet to be seen whether the Gunners will be willing to shell out the fee needed to land the 23 year-old.
Will Ramsey be able to guide his side to reach the semi-final stage of the tournament? Or will target Lukaku spoil the party?