Giggs believes Wales can finish second in Group E
Wales manager Ryan Giggs was pleased with his side's performance in Sunday's 1-1 draw at home to Croatia although the Euro 2016 semi-finalists are 150-1 to win Euro 2020.
The Welsh would finish second in Group E if they win their last two games, away to Azerbaijan and at home to Hungary, and Croatia defeat Slovakia next month.
Bet365's group betting has Croatia just 1-16 to top the section with Slovakia 10-1 and Hungary 25-1 but Giggs believes Sunday's result has boosted Wales's chances of finishing second.
Gareth Bale equalised Nikola Vlasic's opener as Wales earned a valuable point despite the absences of Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey and Bournemouth pair Chris Mepham and David Brooks.
Manchester United's Daniel James passed a concussion test at half-time following a collision with Croatia defender Domagoj Vida and played 90 minutes in Cardiff.
The winger's next assignment is Sunday's Premier League clash with Liverpool at Old Trafford, where he is 11-1 to open the scoring and 7-2 to find the net at any time.