10. Ukraine could become the first nation since the Netherlands and the Republic of Ireland (both 2012) to lose all three group games at a European Championship. Poland are favourites to win at 2.05.
9. After losing 2-0 to Germany and Northern Ireland, Ukraine became the first team to be eliminated from Euro 2016. They are 9.00 to lose 2-0 again.
8. Poland need to avoid defeat to guarantee qualification for the knockout stages. They are 1.26 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
7. Ukraine have lost their last four European Championship matches. They can be backed at 4.15 to beat Poland.
6. Mikhail Fomenko’s side failed to score in any of those four games. Poland are 3.10 to win without conceding a goal.
5. In seven meetings, Ukraine have won three times against Poland, drawing twice and losing twice. They are 1.84 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
4. Those two Ukraine wins came in qualifying for the 2014 World Cup. Ukraine won 1-0 at home and 3-1 away, scorelines priced at 9.50 and 34.00 respectively.
3. Poland’s 1-0 opening-game victory against Northern Ireland was their only win in seven European Championship outings. They are 6.30 to beat Ukraine 1-0.
2. Robert Lewandowski was top scorer in qualifying with 13 goals but is yet to open his account at Euro 2016. The Bayern Munich striker is 3.55 to open the scoring.
1. Lewandowski has failed to find the net in any of his last five international appearances. He is 5.50 to score twice or more.