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Wales secured top place in Group B after their fantastic performance helped them beat Russia 3-0 on Monday evening.

England - who drew with Slovakia - had to settle for second place, much to the frustration of Roy Hodgson and his team. They now face a tougher test in the last-16.

It was then Slovakia who finished third and will hope to qualify for the next stage, while a poor Russia side propped up Group B with a single point. 


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Group B Winner Odds


When England beat Germany in a friendly back in March, everyone started to get a little excited. It showcased the fantastic young talent Roy Hodgson has at his disposal.

With a strong Tottenham representation, England seem to have an exciting young side with Deli Alli and Harry Kane leading the way.
If these two represent the attitude of the entire team, the Three Lions could progress to the latter stages in France. Let’s not discount the experience of Wayne Rooney and co too.

Hodgson won’t want his team to peak in the group stages, but professional performances are essential to break down their opponents and top the group as expected.


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It may seem harsh to suggest it’s all about one man for Wales, but without Gareth Bale, this team wouldn’t have qualified for Euro 2016.
The Real Madrid man was a superstar for Chris Coleman in qualifying and he’ll look to help Wales raise their game in these three Group B matches – particularly against England.

Ashley Williams, Joe Allen and Aaron Ramsey do add additional quality and big-game experience to this squad, while the victory over Belgium in qualifying showed what they can do! 


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You won’t have many people queuing up to watch Russia this summer. Among all the exciting teams and world-class players – they are a more professional outfit that simply look to get the job done.

There has been a bit more focus on attacking quality since Fabio Capello left, but this is a side that will look to stop their opponents threat and will happily grind out a 1-0 victory.

This is perhaps highlighted by the fact that five of their six wins in qualifying were without conceding. The likes of England will believe if they score against Russia – they beat Russia.


Perhaps the least likely contenders to progress from Group B, Slovakia will work extremely hard against superior opponents in the group stages. Then, who knows what can happen?

In qualifying, they were impressive too. A 2-1 success at home to Spain showed that they DO have the quality to cause an upset and they’ll hope this is a taster of things to come this summer.

An experienced squad, Marek Hamšík is probably the star man. He’s at the peak of his career and as Napoli’s Captain in Italy, he’ll be used to the pressure and big occasion. His team needs him to step up, that’s for sure.

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