Russia are strong favourites to win against Poland after opening their campaign in impressive fashion.
Dick Advocaat's men cruised to a 4-1 win over Czech Republic while the co-hosts were held to a 1-1 draw with Greece.
Alan Dzagoev was the chief architect of the Czech's downfall with a brace and is 7/1 to open the scoring against Poland, with another double available at 14/1.
Star striker Robert Lewandowski broke the deadlock for Poland in the tournament's curtain-raiser and is 11/2 to do so again at the National Stadium Warsaw. The Manchester United target is 6/4 to score in 90 minutes and 9/1 to bag a brace.
Alternatively you could have Dzagoev and Lewandwski both to continue their promising start to the tournament with further goals at 17/2.
Russia made the biggest impression of the opening three days and are in to 11/1 fourth favourites after starting the tournament as a 20./1 shot. They are also 5/4 to reach the semi-finals.
Co-hosts Poland are 50/1 to cause a massive upset and repeat Greece's shock triumph in 2004. They are 5/1 to reach the semi-finals and evens to progress from Group A.