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Wales and England are through to the knockout stages of Euro 2016 after their final Group B games.
Chris Coleman’s side beat Russia 3-0 to top the group at their first European Championship, with England second after being held 0-0 by Slovakia.
On Tuesday, Northern Ireland will look to join both sides as they face Germany in Paris (17:00 BST).
The 12 best-placed teams automatically qualify from the six groups, plus the best four third-placed sides.
Report – Slovakia 0-0 EnglandReport – Russia 0-3 WalesWho could Wales face?
As Group B winners, Wales are rewarded with a theoretically easier route and will face the third-place team from Group A, C or D at Paris’ Parc des Princes on Saturday at 17:00 BST.
Albania finished third in Group A, while Northern Ireland (Group C) and Czech Republic (Group D) are third in their sections as it stands.
Croatia (in Group D), Germany and Poland (in Group C) could also still finished third after the final round of matches. Who Wales actually play depends on Uefa’s pre-determined formula (see table below).
Who could England face?
Finishing as Group B runners-up, England will now face the second-placed team in Group F in Nice on Monday (20:00 BST).
That could well be Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal – who knocked England out of consecutive tournaments, at Euro 2004 and at the 2006 World Cup.
However, Austria, Hungary and Iceland can all still finish second – with Group F’s final matches to be played on Wednesday.
More to follow.
Source:: BBC UK