Wales moved a step closer to learning who they will face in the last 16 after their 3-0 victory over Russia on Monday 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.
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, which would be Croatia, Czech Republic or Turkey.
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 in Nice next Monday night.
That could theoretically still be Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal, but could also be Hungary, Iceland or Austria.