France (Won 2)

The hosts became the first team to qualify for the knock-out stage after late goals from Antoine Griezmann and Dimitri Payet saw off the stubborn Albania in Marseille. Didier Deschamps' side will, however, be keen to avoid a potential last 16 clash with Poland or the lottery of a group winner if they fail to top their sector. A third consecutive win or a draw in their final game at the Parc des Princes will assure them top spot and a marginally easier tie in the second round.

Switzerland (Won 1, Drawn 1)

Vladimir Petkovic's side are favourites to join Les Bleus in the last 16 but they will require at least a point from their final match against the host nation. A win or a draw will see them progress, with three points ensuring they finish top of Group A. Defeat and they could be leapfrogged by Romania – who they drew with on matchday two.

Romania (Drawn 1, Lost 1)

Tricolorii registered just 11 goals in qualifying for Euro 2016, but they will need to have their shooting boots on in Lyon if they're to secure automatic qualification ahead of the Swiss. They need France to claim a third win in a row, for them to beat lowly Albania and to benefit from a goal swing of two to stand any chance of finishing second. Romania could claim a runners-up spot on goals scored or their disciplinary record, but Uefa's coefficient standings will count against them.

Bogdan Stancu
Romania are yet to score from open play at Euro 2016 - but Bogdan Stancu has netted twice from the penalty spot. Getty Images

Albania (Lost 2)

On their major tournament debut, Albania threaten to exit the competition with a whimper. However, following two straight defeats dreams of a last-16 place are not yet over. Victory over Romania will assure them of third in the group, where they enter the lottery of filling one of the four best third-placed team criteria. Three points may not be enough, however.