What next for England and Wales at Euro 2016
Wales moved a step closer to learning who they will face in the last 16 after their 3-0 victory over Russia saw them finish top of Euro 2016 Group B.
Chris Coleman's men will face the third-placed team from either Group A, C or D in the next round at the Parc des Princes in Paris at 5pm on Saturday.
Meanwhile England, who had to settle for second place after playing out a goalless draw with Slovakia in St Etienne, will take on the runner-up in Group F - which could still be Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal - in Nice next Monday night.
Although it is possible for Wales to meet Group C's Northern Ireland should Michael O'Neill's charges finish as one of the four best third-placed teams, it is much more likely that they will play against either Albania - the third-placed team in Group A - or the third-placed team in Group D.
In seven of the 15 possible combinations for Wales, they would come up against Albania, while in seven others they would play Group D's third-placed team.
England boss Roy Hodgson tried to find the positives after a frustrating night for his team.
"We were creating chances but we didn't take them, but I believe if we keep working like we are teams will come at us and we will be even more dangerous," said Hodgson.
"People were trying to tell me that I should have changed Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane. It was four changes from the side which finished the Wales game. If people are going to pick on one player that's a pity, Jack Wilshere did fine.
"You can't have it all ways. We have players who can do the job.
"When did England last come to a tournament and have three such dominant games in a row? We have taken the game to the opposition, we have controlled the play."