TFF European Championships: France v Iceland

Credit: 2016 Getty Images/Daniel Kopatsch

The last quarter final to be played will be a clash between the hosts, France, and England’s giant killers, Iceland. It’s been a remarkable tournament so far but it goes without saying that Iceland’s 2-1 win over England was one of the biggest shocks in the history of the Euros, a fact that ultimately forced Roy Hodgson to resign as England manager. Take nothing away from Lars Lagerback’s side though, they’re still unbeaten at this summer’s championships and are playing without any pressure or expectation.

Coral latest odds: Iceland to win 2-1 - 25/1

The same can’t be said for the hosts. Anything but a win on Sunday would be a disaster, although they’ve already shown they have what it takes to recover from a setback. They were 1-0 down to the Republic of Ireland last time out but two second half goals from Antoine Griezmann turned the game on its head and allowed France to go on and secure a place in the quarter finals.

Coral latest odds: France to win Euro 2016 - 14/5

One to watch

Bacary Sagna (£3.7m)

France’s Bacary Sagna has 21 TFF points so far at Euro 2016 and set up the Antoine Griezmann goal that brought France level against the Republic last time out. He’s sure to have plenty of opportunities to get forward against Iceland and you wouldn’t be surprised to see him add at least another seven points to his total.

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