Unbeaten England and Italy cannot be separated by the bookies ahead of their quarter-final showdown in Kiev.
Roy Hodgson's side booked their place in the last eight as Group D winners, while the Azzurri held Spain before drawing with Croatia and beating the Republic of Ireland 2-0.
The two sides are both 17/10 in the latest match betting with Sky Bet and also 8/1 to win the tournament, England shortening from 12/1 after their 1-0 victory over co-hosts Ukraine on Tuesday.
Italy are masters of tournament football and have only been knocked out of the quarter-finals on two of the nine occasions they have reached the last eight - both on penalties. It's 10/1 for England to win on spot kicks.
England's record in quarter-finals is less impressive, losing seven out of ten games, but it's 9/4 for the Three Lions to win 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1.
Both sides, who are also unbeaten under their respective managers in competitive football, have also scored first in each of their three group matches at this year's tournament and the online bookmaker go 11/10 England net first and evens for Italy.
Wayne Rooney, who scored the only goal against Ukraine, is 5/1 to open the scoring from Danny Welbeck at 8/1, with Italy's Mario Balotelli a 13/2 shot and Antonio Cassano 8/1. Its 17/2 for both Rooney and Balotelli to score.
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