There's a Birthday on camp as Harry Wilson turns 20 today.
Penblwydd Hapus Harry!
FAWTV takes you behind the scenes at the Wales training session this morning.
Keep your eyes peeled as there was special guest at pitch side watching on.
Below you'll find the latest Group D standings in the European Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup.
Friday's fixtures are as follows:
Georgia v Serbia
Republic of Ireland v Wales
Austria v Moldova
The Republic of Ireland have announced that Newcastle United striker Daryl Murphy has withdrawn from Martin O'Neil's squad.
Wales play the Republic of Ireland in Dublin on Friday (24 march).
The Wales squad trained this morning (21 March) as Chris Coleman and his management team put the players through their paces.
The press were also in attendance for the opening 15 minutes of session and you can watch our Facebook Live coverage below.
Republic of Ireland manager, Martin O'Neill, has reduced the 39-man squad that he announced last week ahead of Friday's match against Wales.
Their squad is as follows:
Goalkeepers: Darren Randolph, Keiren Westwood, Colin Doyle Defenders: Seamus Coleman, Cyrus Christie, Richard Keogh, Alex Pearce, John O'Shea, Andy Boyle, John Egan, Stephen Ward Midfielders: Aiden McGeady, Glenn Whelan, James McCarthy, Jeff Hendrick, Robbie Brady, Conor Hourihane, David Meyler, Eunan O'Kane, James McClean, Jonathan Hayes, Daryl Horgan, Callum O'Dowda Forwards: Jonathan Walters, Shane Long, Daryl Murphy, Kevin Doyle.
Following the news of Tom Lawrence's withdrawal from the squad, here's a recap on the 23 players that will travel to Dublin at the end of the week to play the Republic of Ireland.
Wayne HENNESSEY, Danny WARD, Owain Fôn WILLIAMS, Ashley WILLIAMS, Chris GUNTER, Neil TAYLOR, James COLLINS, Joe WALSH, Shaun MACDONALD, Ben DAVIES, James CHESTER, Joe ALLEN, Aaron RAMSEY, Andy KING, Joe LEDLEY, Jazz RICHARDS, Dave EDWARDS, Gareth BALE, Sam VOKES, Harry WILSON, Tom BRADSHAW, Ben WOODBURN, Hal ROBSON-KANU.
Tom Lawrence has withdrawn from the Wales squad through injury and will be replaced by Harry Wilson from Liverpool.
Wilson made his Wales debut in October 2013 against Belgium, becoming the youngest ever player to represent the country. Gareth Bale had previously held the record.
Wilson has featured at U17, U19 and U21 levels for Wales.
Wales travel to Dublin this week for Friday's (24 March) FIFA World Cup qualifier against the Republic of Ireland at the Aviva Stadium.
The squad arrive at the Wales Team HQ throughout the day as Chris Coleman gets ready to prepare his squad for the crucial match.
We will update you with news from the squad here on FAW.Cymru with the most recent post appearing at the top of this page.