Wales are all set for Wednesday night's football clash in Wrexham.

The Racecourse Ground will hold an international fixture for the first time in over a decade as Ryan Giggs' men take on Trinidad and Tobago.

Giggs cast his eye on the Dragons during two days of training at Manchester United's Carrington complex.

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Captain Ashley Williams and Real Madrid's Gareth Bale were among the players put through their paces, with both set to star at the Racecourse.

However, one player unlikely to feature is Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, who has picked up a slight injury.

It is hoped he will be fit to face Slovakia in their Euro 2020 qualifier in Cardiff on Saturday.

Wales captain Williams is keen to face Trinidad and Tobago after struggling for game time at club level with Stoke, where he is on loan from Everton.

The 34-year-old's future as skipper has come into question as he battles for a place in the side.

Williams has not discussed the issue with Giggs recently, saying: "I've not spoken to him about it. He's always said if I'm in the squad I'll be captain.

"I just hope to win as many caps as possible."

Williams would match Gary Speed's total of 85 Wales caps if he plays both matches this week.