The European Championships in France is far from the only carnival of football betting opportunities in town this summer, with the Copa America Centenario also unfolding in the USA at the time of writing.
Between the two competitions there are four games being played over the course of Sunday and the early hours of Monday morning, with the best bets across the quartet of fixtures combining to make up a multiple with odds of more than 20/1.
Switzerland and France have endured very similar tournaments so far, with scoresheets failing to reflect their dominance to due to wastefulness in front of goal.
Using Romania, with whom the former drew 1-1 and the latter prevailed 2-1 thanks to a last-minute winner, as a yardstick there is little between the pair.
However, the last time these two sides met, at the 2014 World Cup, French boss Didier Deschamps masterminded a 5-2 victory for Les Bleus and the hosts will face very similar opposition personnel in Marseille.
The Albanians have been resolute in their first ever international tournament, but toothlessness in front of goal has denied them the chance to profit from their competitiveness.
Opponents Romania have netted twice, but both came from the penalty spot and this could be a low-scoring encounter – the last three meetings between the sides have all produced two strikes or less.
This will be the fourth time these quarter-final adversaries have met in the past two years, with two draws fought out before El Tri shaded the most recent encounter 1-0.
Mexico may have qualified with seven points whereas Chile did so with six, but with the latter defending their status as American champions, there is likely to be next to nothing between them.
The Albiceleste have plundered eight goals in their last two matches and are just 1/4 to get past their adversaries in normal time, but Venezuela have a miserly rearguard and a history of frustrating Lionel Messi and friends.
Los Criollos gave up just one goal in the group stage, coming within 10 minutes of beating the Mexicans, while two of their last three encounters with the Argentines have produced a single strike.