Tonight sees arguably the first heavyweight clash of Euro 2016 as the world’s second-ranked team Belgium host four-time World Champions Italy.
Both sides look to get their Euro 2016 campaigns off to the best possible start in Lyon, whilst Ireland play Sweden slightly earlier on in Group D.
Belgium with the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne are 31/20 to earn three points, whilst Italy are 12/5.
These two last met exactly seven months ago to the day, which saw Belgium run out 3-1 winners in Brussels as Italy took the lead before Belgium scored three goals without reply.
Antonio Candreva scored first on that occasion and is 12/1 to score first tonight, as Kevin De Bruyne also netted that night and is 7/1 to open the scoring.
Lukaku is favourite to open the scoring tonight at 5/1, whilst Southampton’s Graziano Pelle is most likely to open the scoring for Italy at 6/1.
Jan Vertonghen scored Belgium’s first goal that night and is 28/1 to score first this evening with fellow centre-back Toby Alderweireld 33/1, whilst Italy defenders Leonardo Bonucci and Andrea Barzagli are 45 and 50/1 to net first.
With only one draw at Euro 2016 so far, the draw tonight is 21/10 with 0-0 13/2 and 1-1 11/2.
2-2 is 19/1, whereas Belgium to run out 3-1 winners once again is 28/1.
With no team winning by more than two goals so far at Eur0 2016, Belgium to win 1-0 is 6/1 with 2-1 11/1 and 2-0 also 11/1.
For Italy, 1-0 is at 8/1 with 2-1 11/1 and 2-0 16/1.
BTTS is at 6/5, despite only happening once all tournament, with under 2.5 goals likely at 4/9 and over 17/10.
Last time these met Belgium came from behind to win and they’re 14/1 to do it again, with Italy 17/1 to do the same.
Match specials include Insigne or Hazard to score from outside the box at 9/1, whereas Alderweireld to score a header is 16/1.
ReadBetting’s tip: Belgium 1-1 Italy (11/2)