Yesterday's three Euro 2016 matches all went the way of the favourites; Croatia were impressive beating Turkey 1-0 in Group D, but like England should have won more comfortably and were wasteful in front of goal. In Group C Poland were too strong for a resilient Northern Ireland, dominating possession and winning 1-0, while Germany were also dominant against a hard working Ukraine side, but could only manage a 1-0 win and will need to be more ruthless in the oppositions area if they are going to win Euro 2016.
Today's three matches are between Spain and the Czech republic in Group D, Belgium and Italy and Ireland and Sweden in Group E. Spain should prove to strong for a Czech side that conceded the most goals of all the teams that qualified for Euro 2016. However, Spain rarely thrash teams at this level and given the majority of games in Euro 2016 so far have ended with less than 3 goals, backing Spain to Win and Under 2.5 Goals in the Match Double market looks like a decent bet.
Sweden will find Martin O'Neill's well organised Ireland team tough to beat and laying the Swede's on the exchanges should return a profit while Belgium have the attacking flair and goal threat to see off Italy in what should be a highly entertaining match.