The last group openers kick off on Tuesday as Portugal host Iceland in the game of the day in Group F, whilst Austria take on Hungary earlier.

Portugal (8/15) will undoubtedly be favourites to progress from Group F and take on who may well be their closest challengers, Iceland (17/2).

With Portugal possessing arguably the best player in the whole competition, Cristiano Ronaldo is 13/5 to get Portugal off to the best possible start by netting the opener on his appearance record game for Portugal, whilst former Manchester United team-mate Nani is 15/2.

New Bayern Munich signing Renato Sanches is 14/1 and Joao Moutinho is also at 14s.

For Iceland, Swansea star Gylfi Sigurdsson is 16/1 to get the first goal of the game with Charlton’s Johann Berg Gudmundsson 25/1 and former Chelsea striker Eidur Gudjohnsen is 18/1.

Iceland have never beaten Portugal in two previous meetings but are 16/1 to grab a 1-0 win, the same odds as Portugal to win 3-1.

Iceland are also 28/1 to win 2-1, whereas the favourites are 4/1 to win 1-0, 6/1 to win 2-0 and a fairly short 9/1 to win 3-0.

BTTS is a long shot for this one at 13/8, with both teams not to score 4/7 and Portugal to win to nil 21/10.

With total corners a popular bet at Euro 2016 so far, over 10.5 is 23/18, whereas over 11.5 is 9/5.

ReadBetting’s tip: Portugal 2-0 Iceland, Ronaldo first goalscorer- 14/1.