The Euro Zone - day nine
It's all to play for in Group A in the final round of group matches with all four teams capable of qualifying for the quarter-finals ahead of a huge night for joint-hosts Poland, who entertain Czech Republic.
The Czechs, who will progress with a draw, are slight favourites to make the last eight but Poland have shown plenty of spirit and with the will of home support will be confident of extending their stay in the competition.
Russia are long odds-on to make it through and a point will do against a Greek side who must win to avoid being on the first flight home.
Russia have looked the class act in Group A and should be able to secure top spot in the section by beating a poor Greece side.
The Greeks have defended poorly throughout the tournament and were outclassed in their 2-1 loss to Czech Republic last time out which does not bode well for Fernando Santos' team in this must-win contest.
Robert Lewandowski grabbed all the plaudits pre-tournament but Poland have shown they are far from a one-man team and Jakub Blaszczykowski looks overpriced to score the opening goal against Czech Republic.
Blaszczykowski was a menace from the right against Greece and scored for Poland in their draw with Russia on Tuesday.
Poland have lost one of their 14 matches this season
Both teams have scored Czech Republic's last five games
Greece have kept only one clean sheet in their last eight games
Russia are unbeaten in 16 matches
Daily correct-score double
Each day we ask the Racing Post's top football tipsters for their Euro 2012 predictions and Russia to win to nil is a popular bet.
Dan Childs - Czech Rep 1 Poland 2, Greece 0 Russia 2
Steve Davies - Czech Rep 1 Poland 1, Greece 0 Russia 2
Mark Langdon - Czech Rep 1 Poland 2, Greece 0 Russia 2
Ian Wilkerson - Czech Rep 1 Poland 1, Greece 0 Russia 3
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