Ukraine vs. Austria (Monday, 5.00pm)
The two nations head into the meeting level on three points after both beating North Macedonia and losing to Netherlands in their opening two matches, so a draw would almost certainly see both teams progress to the knockout stages.
We say: Ukraine 1-1 Austria
With a draw guaranteeing second place for Ukraine and in all likelihood progression to the last 16 for Austria, too, it is difficult to expect any other outcome.
However, Ukraine have certainly looked a slicker outfit than Austria so far, so Foda's side may be up against it if they concede first.
N. Macedonia vs. Netherlands (Monday, 5.00pm)
North Macedonia take on Netherlands at Amsterdam ArenA in a Euro 2020 dead rubber.
Netherlands wrapped up top spot in Group C with a 2-0 win against Austria on Thursday after North Macedonia had earlier exited the competition with a 2-1 defeat to Ukraine.
We say: North Macedonia 1-3 Netherlands
As has been the case in their first two defeats at Euro 2020, we expect North Macedonia to make life difficult for Netherlands, particularly if De Boer makes some changes to his starting XI as expected.
However, Oranje should have too much offensive firepower for their opponents regardless, and could become the first nation to win all three group matches at a European Championship since Germany in 2012.
Russia vs. Denmark (Monday, 8.00pm)
As it stands, Russia are second in the section with three points, while Denmark are fourth on zero points, but the Danes could still claim second if they triumph here and Finland lose against Belgium, although Kasper Hjulmand's side would still need a swing in goal difference to occur.
We say: Russia 1-2 Denmark
Denmark need to beat Russia by two or more goals in order to stand a chance of finishing in the top two, and it is set to be a fascinating clash on Monday evening. We are backing the Danes to pick up all three points but believe that they could ultimately fall just short in their attempt to claim second spot.
Finland vs. Belgium (Monday, 8.00pm)
Currently the world's top-ranked nation, Belgium have emerged as winners in their first two games of Euro 2020 and seek to continue their flawless run against Finland on Monday.
With maximum points enough to qualify for the last 16 with a game to spare, Roberto Martinez's men can now secure first place in Group B with either a draw or a victory, while their Finnish counterparts must win to ensure progress.
We say: Finland 1-3 Belgium
As some of the names coming into the Belgium XI are even more illustrious than those they will replace for an already-qualified side, their technical superiority should win out over the Finns greater match-fitness.
De Bruyne, Witsel and the ever-elusive Hazard senior would brighten up any teamsheet, with only the odd defensive lapse to concern the Red Devils heading into the knockout stages.