10. Wales could win multiple games at a major tournament for the first time ever. They can be backed at 3.05 to win.
9. Russia haven’t failed to win any match at a European Championship since 1996. Wales are 1.55 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
8. The Russians have won five of their nine meetings with Wales, drawing three and losing one. They are favourites to win at 2.58.
7. Currently on 13 defeats, Russia will be looking to avoid a 14th European Championship loss that would see them draw level with Denmark’s record. They are 1.41 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
6. Russia have won the last two meetings between the nations, both in qualifying for the 2010 World Cup. They won 2-1 in Moscow and 3-1 in Cardiff, scorelines priced at 10.00 and 21.00 respectively.
5. The nations have drawn three times, each of which have been goalless. Another 0-0 draw is available at 7.00.
4. Russia have failed to win a European Championship game since beating the Czech Republic 4-1 at Euro 2012. They are 51.00 to win 4-1.
3. Sergei Ignashevich is set to make a record 10th European Championship appearance for Russia. He is 10.50 to score at any time.
2. Gareth Bale has scored seven times in his last nine international appearances. The Welshman is 4.50 to open the scoring.
1. Bale could become the first ever player to score three direct free-kicks at a European Championship. He is 7.00 to score from outside the box.