Group A of Euro 2012 draws to a close on Saturday and it could not be much tighter with all teams knowing they can still make it to the knockout stages.
Russia currently lead the way on four points and are the favourites to make it to the quarter-finals, however they know that they need a win to guarantee this.
They threw away a 1 goal lead against Poland in a match they feel they should have won. Dick Advocaat’s men were fantastic in their first game and he will hope his side have not peaked too soon.
Russia go head to head with Greece in their final game of the group stages. Last time out Greece put in a shocking first half performance against Czech Republic and were lucky to only be two goals down at the break.
Despite taking just one point from their matches so far, Fernando Santos’ men could still qualify but know that nothing other than a win will do here and they will have to hope other results go their way.
Greece are no strangers to upsetting the odds though, as they went all the way to win Euro 2004 when nobody had given them a chance.
Poland v Czech Republic is a winner takes all affair, take all three points and you are in the knockout stages.
Czech Republic currently sit on three points after beating Greece last time out and they did well to bounce back from their opening day defeat to Russia.
However, goalkeeper Petr Cech has made two costly mistakes in both encounters so he will need to find some form if they are to have a good result here.
As for Poland, although they are the lowest ranked side in the tournament, they have used home advantage well and taken two points from two matches so far. It was a fantastic moment when they equalised against Russia with a stunning strike just before the hour mark.
A win here would put them into the quarter-finals which would be a monumental achievement from Franciszek Smuda and his side. The stadium is sure to be rocking and they will have to perform well with massive pressure on them.
Russia are leading the way with the bookmakers at the moment in terms of winning the group. You can back them at 1.30 (3/1) with William Hill.
Czech Republic know a win could see them win the group. @ SkyBet are offering 6.00 (5/1) on this happening.
Poland need all three points to qualify for the quarter-finals. They are available as slight outsiders to win the group at 10.00 (9/1) with Bet365. You can also back them at 6/5 with Bet365 to finish in the top two.
It will be a tough task for Greece to come out on top and they have odds of 151.00 (150/1) with BWIN to win the group. A better bet may be for them to qualify which is available at 5.00 (4/1) with BoyleSports.
A recommended bet comes from the Russia Greece game where Dick Advocaat’s men could really turn on the style when it matters. A 3-0 win for them has odds of 17.00 (16/1) with BlueSQ.