With the last set of group games to be played over the next four nights, 14 sides remain in contention for the quarter-finals. Here, we look at the permutation on how can each team qualify for the next round.
GROUP A – SATURDAY
Greece (1pt) v Russia (4), Czech Republic (3) v Poland (2)
Russia – A draw will be enough for Russia to qualify, and could even afford a defeat by less than six goals if the other game ends in a draw.
Greece – A win will take Greece through to the next round, but a draw or defeat will send them home packing.
Czech Republic – A win will be enough for Czech Republic and they could even afford a draw if Greece beat Russia by five goals or fewer.
Poland – A win is must for the co-host to take them through to the quarter-finals. A draw or a defeat and they are out.
GROUP B – SUNDAY
Denmark (3) v Germany (6), Portugal (3) v Netherlands (0)
Denmark – A win will surely take them through, a draw will be enough if Portugal lose to the Netherlands. If Denmark lose then they are out regardless of the result in the other match.
Germany – Germany are almost through but not quite through as of yet. A draw will see them win the group but they will be knocked out, though, if they lose to Denmark by any result except for 1-0 or 2-1 AND Portugal win over the Netherlands.
Portugal – A win will se Portugal through unless Denmark beat Germany by a goal margin except for 1-0 or 2-1. A draw will also be enough unless Denmark win. Cristiano Ronaldo’s side will also be through if they lose by a one-goal margin and Germany beat Denmark in the other game.
Netherlands – Netherlands must beat Portugal by atleast a two-goal margin and also hope Denmark lose to Germany.
GROUP C – MONDAY
Croatia (4) v Spain (4), Italy (2) v Republic of Ireland (0)
Croatia – A win for Croatia and they qualify as Group winners. They will also be through with a high scoring draw other than 0-0 and 1-1. If they draw 0-0 and Italy win, Croatia are out. If they draw 1-1, then Italy will have to beat Ireland atleast 3-1 to go through. A defeat could also be enough for Croatia if Italy fail to win.
Spain – A draw is all what Spain need and a win will mean they win the Group.
Italy – Italy have to win and hope the game between Spain and Croatia doesn’t finish in a high scoring draw of 2-2 or more. If the other game finishes 1-1, then Italy will have to beat Ireland 3-1 or better to qualify or 4-0 to win the group. If the other game finishes 0-0, then a win be enough to take them through as group winners.
Republic of Ireland – They are already out, but a win will see them finish third in the group.
GROUP D – TUESDAY
Sweden (0) v France (4), England (4) v Ukraine (3)
Sweden – Sweden are already out.
France – A draw will be enough for France. But if they lose, then they could be out if England lose too and move level with them on goal difference or goal scored.
England – A draw will send England through to the quarter-finals. If they win and France draw, then they win the group. But – if they lose, they have to hope France lose by enough so that England at least end level with Les Bleus on goal difference and goals scored (as England have a superior coefficient).
Ukraine – A win will take the co-hosts through, while any other results and they are out.