Having failed to make the semi-finals, Wales's job has been to stay in Championship II and that now rests on their final Pool C game against the Czech Republic.
Both teams won on Friday on a day of rain delays which led to suspended games. The Czechs won for the first time in the tournament, 5-2 against Turkey, to keep their hopes of avoiding relegation alive.
Wales enjoyed a rollercoaster 7-3 win over Ukraine to stay top of the pool, although they let a 4-1 lead slide to 4-3 before getting the job done.
The calculation for the final day is that, with Ukraine playing second in the pool and therefore knowing how many goals they would have to beat Turkey by, Wales need to do better than a four-goal defeat to the Czechs to be safe.
Failing that, they have to hope Ukraine don't beat Turkey by a cricket score.