10. England are unbeaten from their two previous games with Iceland (W1 D1) and are 23 places above Monday’s opponents in the FIFA rankings. England are 1.52 to win.
9. Both teams recorded two draws plus a 2-1 win during the Euro 2016 group stage. Another draw on 90 minutes is priced at 3.90.
8. Wayne Rooney scored a double when England last played Iceland — a 6-1 home friendly win at Wembley in June 2004. Rooney is 17.00 to score twice again.
7. England have crashed out on penalties in three of their last four European Championship campaigns. Iceland are 16.00 to win on spot kicks.
6. England have recored 65 shots during these Euros — second only to Iceland’s Group F opponents Portugal (69). England have averaged a goal every 21.6 efforts and are 6.75 not to score on Monday.
5. Iceland, meanwhile, have converted three of their nine shots on target this tournament. They are 3.65 to score first.
4. England committed a joint-low 31 fouls during the group stage, while Iceland picked up nine yellow cards. Iceland are 1.59 to be booked more times than their opponents.
3. Eric Dier has had the most shots (9) of any England player this tournament and scored in their opening game against Russia. Dier also boasts the most interceptions (5, alongside Gary Cahill). He is 8.50 to net.
2. Iceland have only lost one of their last nine competitive matches (W4 D4 L1) and are 9.00 to clinch this last-16 tie.
1. Only Northern Ireland (7) earned fewer corners than Iceland (8) during the Euros group stage. Iceland are 2.50 to win +3.5 corners.