10. Five of the 10 meetings between Switzerland and Poland have ended level. A draw after 90 minutes is priced at 2.95.
9. Poland have won four of those 10 meetings compared to Switzerland’s one victory. They are favourites to go through at 1.74.
8. Switzerland haven’t won a knockout tie in a major competition since the 1938 World Cup. Poland are 1.38 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
7. The Swiss are unbeaten in their last four European Championship games, winning two and drawing two. They can be backed at 2.12 to go through.
6. Switzerland have lost just one of their last 11 competitive matches, winning eight and drawing two. They are 1.51 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
5. Poland’s only defeat against Switzerland came in a 1976 friendly. Switzerland won 2-1, a repeat of which is available at 12.50.
4. Poland are yet to concede a goal at Euro 2016. They are 3.70 to win with a clean sheet.
3. Germany’s 2-0 win over Poland at Euro 2008 was the last time the Poles conceded more than once in a European Championship game. Switzerland are 3.90 to score over 1.5 goals, with unders at 2.25.
2. Switzerland’s last three European Championship goals have come from set pieces, one from the penalty spot and two from corners. They are 10.00 to score a spot-kick.
1. Robert Lewandowski is yet to score at Euro 2016 despite netting more than any other player in qualifying (13). The Bayern Munich striker is 4.00 to open the scoring.