Italy, two wins from two currently lead Group A of Euro 2020 and already through to the last 16 of the tournament, take on second placed Wales this evening.
If the Welsh pull of what seems an impossible task, it would be the first competitive home defeat for Italy since 1999.
A draw would just about clinch a place in the next round for Wales.
The other nations in the Group are Switzerland and Turkey. The Swiss have a single point, from their draw against Wales but a much inferior goal difference.
Group F is wide open following Germany’s 4-2 win over Portugal. Both are now on 3 points, just behind group leaders France who were held to a draw by Hungary.
Spain are surprisingly struggling in Group E. They are only third, behind Slovakia and group leaders Sweden. A draw against Poland and Sweden means Spain must beat Slovakia in their final group match to have any hope of staying in the tournament.
The big game on Tuesday is the Group D clash between leaders Czech Republic and second placed England.
With fours points each they will be nervously looking over their shoulders at Croatia and Scotland who both still have an outside chance of qualifying.