EURO 2024 is less than a year away and things are looking good for Wales.

We have four points on the board already after two games. These next two matches against Armenia and Turkey won’t be easy, but we have momentum behind us and Rob Page knows how to get us over the line.

David Brooks will be keen to make up for lost time for Wales after his long-lay off with his illness.

He’s had some recent starts for Bournemouth in the Premiership and I think that he's come back to the level where he’s as good as ever.

We’re still to see the best of him, that's for sure, but I'm afraid that Rob Page might start him on the bench for this one.

I think he will want to give confidence to the team that did so well against Croatia and stick with the same personnel and the 4-2-3-1 formation.

We have four points on the board already after two games and Rob knows the most important game is the next one.

For now, he will only have eyes on Armenia and hopefully if we’re two-nil up after an hour, he can make some changes and start thinking more about Turkey.

Some of our players have had tough seasons, like Danny Ward, Kieffer Moore and Dan James. But Rob Page hasn’t forgotten what they can bring and their commitment to Wales. And there is no doubt that they will all come from it stronger.

Ben Davies will be back in after his suspension.

Morrell and Ampadu will sit in the middle of the park. Ampadu has played some great games for for Wales, and was back to his best recently.

He’s still such a youngster with potential, but he's now starting to fill them boots.

One thing for Ampadu though - he needs to move from Chelsea this summer.

If he get a good season, under his belt, he will develop the skills that he has. He has the long range, short range passing and he's now learning to sit-in in front of the back four and understand what it tales in that anchor role.

Harry Wilson down one flank, Brennan Johnson down the other - the quickest player in the Premiership this season, apart from Kyle Walker. I didn't realise Brennan Johnson was as quick as Walker and I can't wait to see him again because he's had a great season for Forest.

He’s a player who puts people on the edge of their seats – like Wilson and like Aaron Ramsey in the number 10 role. He needs to knit it all together and influence the game from there. He’s a world class player and he needs to show it again.

I’ve heard strong rumours that that Aaron Ramsey may be moving to Cardiff, but it hasn't happened just yet so we'll wait and see and watch this space on that one.

And then there’s Kieffer Moore. Kieffer Moore is Kieffer Moore.

He will hold the ball up, he will run the channels for you. He still needs to find his consistency at Premier League level, but for Wales again he's a handful.

In the air or on the floor – you can’t underestimate him and his goalscoring threat.

Then you look at the bench, with Brooks and Neco Williams – and it looks strong. I would bring Neco Williams onto the pitch after an hour or so.

Then there’s the youngsters coming in who will get their chance as well, I hope to see Luke Harris from Fulham get a game.

They’re going to be two great games. The Red "all will be there.

We had a great start, and Croatia and us are the favourites now.

If we win these two, then we're on the way to maybe even winning the group, because we've got the advantage of playing at home against Croatia in the last game.

But if you look at halfway points, that’s when the group starts to take shape.

If we got two good results – four points, maybe I would take that now? No I wouldn’t.

With the momentum we have, we win the first one and we’ll go to Turkey - and we’ll win over there as well.

It might be a difficult one, by the odd goal, but it doesn't matter.

We find a way and that's what Rob Page’s team does and I can't see anything different for this one.

I feel like a 3-0 home win against Armenia, and we’ll go to Turkey and win 1-0. Six points from me and top of the group at the halfway stage.

Malcolm Allen is a part of S4C’s Sgorio commentary team. Sgorio will show live coverage of Wales v Armenia from 7.20pm on Friday, and Turkey v Wales from 7.20pm on Monday.