Huddersfield Town loan player Emyr Huws will be hoping he’s done enough to make the final cut for Wales’ Euro 2016 squad.

The Wigan Athletic midfielder played 79 minutes of last night’s tough friendly 1-0 defeat against Ukraine in Kiev, before being replaced by Joe Ledley.

He will be back to join David Wagner’s preparations for Saturday’s big Championship derby against Sheffield Wednesday at the John Smith’s Stadium hoping he’s impressed national manager Chris Coleman.

Ukraine's Denys Garmash (left) and Wales' Emyr Huws (right) battle for the ball. Picture by Joe Giddens/PA Wire.

Experts reckon Coleman has 16 or 17 certainties for his squad, so he’s looking for possibly only half a dozen more to make up his 23-man squad.

The match in Kiev, where Andriy Yarmolenko got the only goal, was the last chance for players to showcase their ability to Coleman before he makes his choice.

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Former Town loan player Jazz Richards was one of those sent on as a substitute after 65 minutes.

Wales visit Sweden for their final friendly on June 5, by which time Coleman will have decided on his squad.

Wales' Emyr Huws (left) and Ukraine's Taras Stepanenko (right) contest possession

They will travel from Stockholm to their French training in base in Dinard, before moving on to Bordeaux for their opening fixture of the competition against Slovakia on June 11.

By then, Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale and Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey should be available again.