There is plenty still to be decided on the final day of the group stages at Euro 2016 and Paddy Power are offering anyone yet to open an account the chance to back one of three huge price enhancements ahead of the action getting underway.
Priced at around 11/2 (6.50) at the time of writing, this hat-trick of favourites could well be popular in the betting markets. Italy are the biggest price amid the news that Antonio Conte is set to rotate his side after securing top spot but given Republic of Ireland's performances, Martin O'Neill's side could still struggle to take advantage.
Belgium's impressive 3-0 win over the Boys in Green will mean they are a popular bet to overcome a Sweden side who have barely mustered any intent going forward. Portugal are heavily odds on to get the better of a Hungary side who have surprised a few people thus far but are yet to have their defence tested by the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Those who are convinced Marc Wilmots' men are going to have too much for a Sweden side who have showed very little in France to date can get a massive 7/1 (8.0) on the world's top ranked team securing back-to-back wins.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is set to retire from the national team after this tournament and the manner of Belgium's victory over Republic of Ireland is an ominous sign for the former PSG man's hopes of extending his international career. With Romelu Lukaku hitting some form, the Swede's will have their work cut out to contain the host of stars at their opposition's disposal.
Italy's decision to rotate their team after securing top spot in Group E is an interesting one, especially given how solid they have been in the opening two matches of the competition. Republic of Ireland know that they will need a victory to give themselves a chance of progressing to the last 16 but this 6/1 (7.0) quote covers two of the three match outcomes.
The Boys in Green will need to be better in possession than they were against Belgium last time out but with several impressive qualification wins including against World champions Germany in the form book, it doesn't look too much of a jump to expect O'Neill's men to take a least a point from an Italy side who could be far from their best.