Tie to go the distance in Holland
Bet 1: Back The Draw in Wales v Denmark @ 9/4 - KO 17:00 BST
The first last 16 tie of Euro 2020 comes from Amsterdam, as Wales take on Denmark in a game that looks set to be extremely tight.
The Welsh got this far by coming from behind to draw with Switzerland and beating Turkey. They were beaten in their final fixture against group winners, Italy, but that didn't matter as they were basically already through, regardless of the result.
Denmark had to rely on being one of the best third placed finishers, but given everything they went through in their opener, you have to give credit to the players and staff.
Kasper Hjulmand's side looked quite impressive against Russia, when beating them 4-1 on Monday. The Russians were very open on that occasion though, and that is certainly something that Wales won't be.
Christian Eriksen has always been Denmark's most creative player, so with him absent, this could end up being a very tight contest, with chances at a premium. Extra time appears likely.
Italians to cruise into the quarter-finals
Bet 2: Back Italy @ 1/2 - KO 20:00 BST
When it comes to the Euros so far, Italy have been the most impressive team. A trio of wins to nil, seven goals scored and the luxury of resting a lot of their stars in their final group game.
That being said, they haven't had a real test yet, and I do have my concerns about them when they inevitably come up against a top side with plenty of pace in attack.
Luckily for Roberto Mancini, the Italians have a relatively straightforward last 16 tie at Wembley tonight.
Austria won two of their three group matches, but they didn't offer much in their 2-0 defeat to the Dutch, and they didn't convince in their 3-1 success against North Macedonia.
Defence to be on-song in Nashville
Bet 3: Back Under 2.5 Goals in Nashville v Montreal Impact @ 20/23 - KO 01:30 BST (Sun)
The MLS is usually a high-scoring competition, but I just can't see many goals when Nashville take on Montreal tonight.
The Tennessee based club have played six times at home this season, and three of the last four have seen this selection land. They kept clean sheets in all three of those matches, and they will fancy their chances of not conceding here.
The visitors have seen six of their last seven MLS fixtures end with two goals or fewer being scored, and they drew 0-0 with DC United, most recently.
Away from home their last four results have been two defeats to nil, and two wins to nil - all of which saw Under 2.5 backers collect.