By Alex Bywater For Mailonline
Published: 23:57 BST, 5 September 2020 | Updated: 23:57 BST, 5 September 2020
Ryan Giggs has handed 18 players a Wales debut since his appointment as successor to Chris Coleman in January 2018 and he is set to continue to give youth its chance.
Wales are unbeaten in their last seven games and have won three in a row with Giggs blooding the next generation and securing results at the same time.
In Thursday's Nations League win over Finland, Giggs started with Manchester United's Dylan Levitt and introduced Neco Williams and Ben Cabango off the bench.
Neco Williams of Liverpool is in contention for his first start against Bulgaria on Sunday
The young trio were the latest to graduate to Giggs' Wales side and Williams of Liverpool is in contention for his first start against Bulgaria on Sunday afternoon.
Williams turned down interest from England – who he qualifies for through his grandparents – to commit to Wales. Boss Giggs said: 'It was a fantastic debut from Neco. He came on and gave us real energy and he's shown his quality in training. He's definitely given me a problem with selection.
'It's a good problem to have. We're really happy with Neco and he's in my thoughts with regards to starting. Confidence is high because of the three