Wales head coach Chris Coleman is confident his men can go past the group stage at the 2016 Euro.
Wales qualified for their first major tournament since the 1958 world cup, by amassing 21 points from 10 matches and finishing second behind Belgium in their group.
Coleman feels four points from three Group B games against Slovakia, England and Russia will suffice for Wales to reach the knockout rounds, and he is determined to get three of those on the board from their opening fixture with Jan Kozak’s team.
“We’re probably going to need four points to get through. Is that possible? Absolutely. Is it difficult? Yes,” the Wales manager told Omnisport.
“The first game is Slovakia and that’s all we’re concentrating on. There’s huge pressure on us in that first game. We want to get off to a good start – it’s unknown territory for us, we’ve never been to a tournament.
“But the rules are the same, nothing changes there. We’ve just got to make sure we don’t get carried away and do what we’ve been doing.”