10. Only Netherlands (15) have lost more matches against Switzerland than France (12). Switzerland can be backed at 5.45 to win.
9. Switzerland have lost just one of their last 10 competitive games, winning eight and drawing one. They are 1.90 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
8. There have been nine draws in the 37 meetings between the nations. A share of the points is priced at 2.97.
7. France won the last meeting between the sides 5-2 at the 2014 World Cup. They are 13.00 to score over 3.5 goals.
6. The most recent meeting prior to that was at the 2006 World Cup. The nations drew 0-0 in Stuttgart, a repeat of which is available at 6.00.
5. Didier Deschamps’ side could win all three of their group matches for the first time since Euro 1984. They are favourites to win at 1.97.
4. France will go through to the knockout stages as Group A winners with a win or a draw. They are 1.17 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
3. The French haven’t lost a European Championship game on home soil since a 2-0 defeat to Czechoslovakia in 1960 (7 matches). Switzerland are 24.00 to win 2-0.
2. Dimitri Payet has been involved in three goals at Euro 2016, scoring two and assisting one. The West Ham midfielder is 3.35 to score at any time.
1. Payet has netted four goals in his last five international appearances. He is 5.80 to open the scoring.