Chris Coleman's side trashed Russia 3-0 with Gareth Bale taking top-spot in Euro's 2016 top-goalscorers chart. Bale scored in all three group games and could easily be tournament's top-goalscorer. William Hill betting odds for Euro 2016 show us that with 4/1 odds, major betting houses are highly tipping Real Madrid star to be the top-scorer of this year's tournament. Given his current form and overall play of Welsh team, this could very easily happen, this just might be very best bet to place your money on.
On the other hand, England again played fairly well in their match against mediocre Slovakia, but again missed that cutting-edge in front of the goal and ended second game in the group with a draw. It's a game Roy Hodgson got all wrong from the beginning. He fielded mixed team without six first-team players that grabbed him a win against Wales in their last match, including team captain Wayne Rooney. This calculation from England's gaffer could easily cost him in the knockout stage.
Who could Wales face in the knouckout stage? Wales will play a third-place team from either Group A (Albania), Group D (Czech Republic, Croatia or Turkey) or Group C (Germany, Poland or Northern Ireland). Whoever they face, Wales will play at the Parc des Princes in Paris on Saturday at 17:00 BST.
Who could England face? Finishing as Group B runners-up, England will face the second-placed team in Group F in Nice on Monday (20:00 BST). That could well be Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal, and if England do negotiate the last-16 game in Nice against Portugal, Iceland, Hungary or Austria on Monday, the smart money will be on them facing hosts France in the last eight in Paris.