The competition resumes on Friday after a two-day rest with two matches on the cards with Mozzart Bet offering the best odds.
Spain have dominated this fixture as they won sixteen of the last twenty-two meetings with Switzerland tasting victory once during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Spain are making their eleventh appearance in the Euros and have advanced to the knockout stages six times while Switzerland have qualified for the tournament five times and have been eliminated at the group stage level three times.
Switzerland will be without their influential captain and midfield dynamo Granit Xhaka who is suspended.
In the four matches the two teams have played in the competition, Spain have scored eleven goals and conceded four while Switzerland have netted seven and let in eight.
The last time the two countries met last year, the match ended 1-1.
Kick off 5 PM (WAT)
Both teams have one hundred percent records so far in the tournament. However, statistics lean on Italy’s side as they have never lost to Belgium since 1972.
The last two teams met during the 2016 Euros, Italy won 2-0.
The Azzuri have won fourteen out of the last twenty-two meetings with Belgium claiming four and an equal number of matches ending evenly.
Belgium have major injury doubts as Kevin De Bruyne and skipper Eden Hazard face a late fitness test.
Kick off 8 PM (WAT)
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