There is plenty still to be decided in Groups C and D. With the addition of four third place sides qualifying for the last 16 for the first time, most teams - Ukraine aside - have something to play for coming into match day three.
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The World champions can't be assured of top spot in Group C but that should ensure they remain motivated to beat Northern Ireland who shocked Ukraine to pick up their first victory of the tournament on match day two.
Poland could yet leapfrog Joachim Low's into top spot with a big win over the already eliminated side but Die Mannschaft are widely expected to also record a victory, priced at around 1/3 (1.33) to beat Michael O'Neill's side. That's a prohibitively short price for many punters but the heavy favourites are on offer at 4/1 (5.0) with Paddy Power.
Having begun the tournament as third favourites to win Euro 2016, La Roja are now the frontrunners to retain their European crown and with good reason. Having been the most impressive side in France so far, La Roja now face a Croatia side who look set to be missing key man Luka Modric.
Czech Republic showed plenty of fight when clawing back a 2-0 deficit against Croatia in their previous game and with a win over Turkey they could snatch a spot in the last 16, potentially even as runners up if Croatia lose to Spain in the other game. Turkey have looked toothless in their two defeats thus far and could have their work cut out to avoid ending the campaign pointless. At 14/1 (15.0) instead of 4/1 (5.0) this favourites double should prove extremely popular.
Ante Cacic's men may be the outsiders to beat reigning champions Spain in their final group stage clash but punters who have seen enough from the underdogs to want to back them can do so at 12/1 (13.0) with Paddy Power. With four points from their opening two matches of the compeititon, plenty of sides will want to avoid Croatia and they still have a chance of topping Group D.
The Balklan side are around 4/1 (5.0) to get the better of La Roja and despite the absence of Luka Modric, their performances thus far will warrant some long odds backers to take a chance on Cacic's side. At 12/1 (13.0) they are a low risk, high reward strategy for new Paddy Power customers.