- Slovakia join Wales on three points Group B after victory in Lille
- Marek Hamisk thunderbolt doubled Slovakia lead after Vladimir Weiss opener
- Denis Glushakov pulled a goal back in final 10 minutes
- Flare set off in Russia end following their goal
- Uefa said Russia will be disqualified if there was repeat of Stade Vélodrome crowd trouble
- Russian fans blame drunk and rude England hooligans for violent clashes
- England take on Wales in nearby Lens on Thursday 16 June
That's it! Slovakia move up to second ahead of England in Group B. Russia are rock bottom and need a minor miracle to keep their qualification hopes alive.
Marek Hamisk's individual brilliance proved the difference in the first half, providing his side's opener and adding a sensational second himself. Russia lucked out against England, but their lack of invention has cost them today.
FULL TIME: Russia 1-2 Slovakia
A Slovakia defender gets his head to it and the referee blows for full-time!
It's shifted onto Ignashevich who hammers on goal but a deflection takes it wide for a corner. Last chance for Russia!
Skrtel sticks his arms out and gives away a cheap free kick 30 yards out from goal. This could be Russia's last chance.
Do Russia know they still need an equaliser here? Needlessly tentative passing at the back wastes precious seconds before Ignashevich finally lurches forward and tries to switch play. His ball is horribly overhit however and sails out of play.
Three minutes of time added on.
Russia close again! Smolnikov's cross deflects out to Gulshakov on the edge of the box, inviting him to take the half volley on but his wicked effort veers just wide.
Kozácik comes out to claim a Russia corner and gets nowhere near it, but luckily for him Pekarík is behind him to nut it clear.
Five minutes left here and Russia are suddenly in the ascendancy.
Russia pull one back! Glushakov darts onto a neat ball across goal from Oleg Shatov and glances a precise header past Kozácik. But Russia could be in trouble here, a flare has gone off in their end. That's a no-no, according to Uefa, with a suspended disqualification hanging over them.
Goal! Russia 1-2 Slovakia (Glushakov, 81)
Here is Russia's final change, Shirokov comes onto replace the ineffective Kokorin.
Smolov shows neat foot work to beat his man on the edge of his own penalty area and bursts down the length of the pitch, trying to do it all on his own. Pecovsky steps across to him and sends the Russian sprawling. They have the free kick, but once again, it's a total waste.
Another change for Slovakia, Weiss' afternoon is over, he is replaced by Dusan Svento.
There are 20 minutes remaining in Lille, Russia are still no closer to finding a goal.
Half a chance for Smolov as a great ball in from the right falls to him six yards out from goal. He hits it first time, but Durica leaps across to make a telling block.
A neat exchange frees Kokorin on the edge of the D, inviting the forward to shoot, but his effort loops into the path of Kozácik who can come out and collect.
There is a moment of confusion in the box between Skrtel and Kucka as the ball drops between them, allowing Kokorin a second to pounce onto the loose ball but the Russia forward is penalised for a high boot.
On current viewing, Russia haven't got a chance of hauling their way back into this contest.
Russia aren't helping themselves here. The counter comes again and it is four on four with Shatov leading the charge. He has options to his left, right and through the middle, but the midfielder instead takes the shot on himself, blazing a hugely disappointing effort well over the bar.
Mak tries to dance through the heart of the Russia defence but Berezutski robs him of the ball and Russia can counter. Smolov tears down the other end, trying to offer an outlet, but again Russia pick the wrong pass and Slovakia can come again, with Mak stinging Akinfeev's palms with a powerful drive.