JUST 3% of Wales fans believe they win the Euros.

A YouGov survey of over 2,000 football fans on behalf of Betfair ahead of the Euros sees 3% of Wales supporters picking caretaker manager Rob Page's men to win the Euros - with a healthy 27% believing they can make the quarterfinals.

But the majority (46%) believe they will go out after the round of 16.

46% believe they will go out in the round of 16.

It is five years since Wales energised and thrilled an entire nation,

Wales left an indelible mark on Euro 2016 in France, reaching the semi-finals under the charismatic Chris Coleman as Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey and company lit up the competition.

Dubbed ‘The Red Wall’ by the players, fans were just happy to be at a major tournament after 58 years of hurt since Wales’ only previous finals appearance at the 1958 World Cup.

Wales have drawn the short straw in the cross-continent tournament, having to make the 3,000-mile trip to Azerbaijan to play Switzerland and Turkey in Baku before heading to Rome for their final Group A fixture against Italy.

While many new faces have joined the squad since 2016, the one constant feature has been the talismanic role played by Gareth Bale.

Ashley Williams may have skippered Wales in France, but Bale took on the role of leader with his assertion that “the dragon on my chest” was all he needed for motivation elevating him to new heights of nationwide popularity.

Familiar names from France are set to join Bale at Euro 2020, among them Ramsey, Joe Allen, Ben Davies, Wayne Hennessey and Chris Gunter, the first Wales men’s player to win 100 caps.

Page hopes that the midfield pair of Allen and Ramsey – who were both named in the official Euro 2016 team – can shrug off injury concerns, especially the latter whose fitness issues at Juventus have restricted him to starting only three of Wales’ last 23 games.

The findings from the survey:

• More than one in ten (11%) think they can replicate their incredible 2016 run by making the semis

• Just 7% of Welsh fans think England will win the Euros, compared to 23% of England fans

• While more than half of England fans will also cheer on their Scottish and Welsh neighbours, less than half of Welsh fans will cheer on England compared to 70% who will cheer on the Scottish

• 47% of The Dragons' fans would rather their club won the league/ was promoted next season than Wales win the Euros

• Current Betfair odds have Wales at odds of 175/1 to win the tournament, with France favourites at 9/2 and England at 5/1

Club or Country

• 47% of Wales fans would rather their club won the league/was promoted next season than Wales win the Euros

• Compared to 57% of England and 44% of Wales fans who would rather their club won the league/was promoted than their national side win the Euros

Cheering on the Neighbours

• 35% of Scotland fans will also cheer on England, 61% will cheer on Wales

• 51% of England fans will also cheer on Scotland, 57% will cheer on Wales

• 47% of Wales fans will also cheer on England, 68% will cheer on Scotland

Euro 2020 Winner

• 28% of Wales fans think France will win the Euros

• 7% of Wales fans think England will win the Euros

How far will Wales go?

• 17% of Wales fans think they will get knocked out in the group stage

• 46% of Wales fans think their team will go out after the round of 16

• 27% think they will make the quarterfinals

• 11% think will make semi-finals

• 3% think Wales will win the tournament

On 46% of Welsh picking Wales to go out in round of 16, Ruabon-born former Wales manager Mark Hughes said: "They are big percentages, and that is a consequence of how well we did last time out. In 2016, we were just pleased to be there to be honest, the expectations were so low. The journey we had was wonderful, everybody jumped on board. I'm not sure we'll be able to replicate it this time, so the percentages are quite high for me. I'll be happy to get through the group games - if we do that, we have to back ourselves in the knockout games and see where that takes us."

Wales vs Switzerland odds

Wales: 29/10

Draw: 19/10

Switzerland: 23/20

Betfair Euro 2020 Winner odds

France: 9/2, England: 5/1, Belgium: 13/2, Italy: 15/2, Spain: 15/2, Germany: 8/1, Portugal: 9/1, Netherlands: 13/1, Denmark: 25/1, Croatia: 35/1, Turkey: 66/1, Poland: 66/1, Russia: 75/1, Switzerland: 75/1, Ukraine: 90/1, Sweden: 90/1, Austria: 100/1, Czech Republic: 125/1, Wales: 175/1, Scotland: 250/1, Slovakia: 325/1, Hungary: 325/1, Finland: 500/1, North Macedonia: 500/1