10. The nations have met just twice before, in Euro 2008 qualifying, in which both sides won away from home. Wales are favourites to win at 2.85.
9. Wales won 5-2 in Slovakia in that qualifying campaign. Over 4.5 total goals can be backed at 14.00.
8. Slovakia won the reverse fixture 5-1 in Cardiff, Wales’ biggest ever qualifying home defeat. An identical scoreline is priced at 201.0.
7. Gareth Bale became Wales’ youngest ever goalscorer that day (17 years 83 days), a record he still holds. Bale is 4.70 to open the scoring.
6. The Slovakians won seven games in Euro 2016 qualifying; only England (10), Spain (9) and Austria (9) won more. Slovakia can be backed at 2.90 to win.
5. In Wales’ only other major tournament appearance - the 1958 World Cup - they drew all three of their group matches. A share of the points is available at 3.05.
4. Wales haven’t played on French soil since beating France 1-0 in a friendly in June 1982. They are 6.75 to beat Slovakia 1-0.
3. Slovakia’s only other appearance in a major tournament was the 2010 World Cup, in which they were eliminated by Holland in a 2-1 round of 16 defeat. They are 11.00 to lose 2-1.
2. Chris Coleman’s side conceded just four goals in qualifying; only Romania (2), England (3) and Spain (3) conceded fewer. Wales are 2.50 to keep Slovakia out.
1. Bale scored 11 of Wales’ 15 goals in qualifying. He is 12.00 to score twice or more.