• Ukraine and Poland have met seven times previously, with Ukraine winning three games to Poland's two (D2).
  • Ukraine are unbeaten in the last five meetings between the two sides (W3, D2), winning the last two. Poland's last victory was in September 2000 when they won 3-1 in Kiev in a World Cup qualifier.
  • This will be the first meeting between the two sides in a major tournament however.
  • Just once in the last five games between Ukraine and Poland has either team managed to score more than once (Poland 1-3 Ukraine, March 2013); the remaining four games in that run have seen just six goals scored in total.
  • Ukraine will not make it to the knockout stages for the second time in two EURO participations (2012, 2016). They are certain of finishing bottom of Group C.
  • Since winning their first game at the EURO finals (2-1 v Sweden in 2012), Ukraine have lost their last four games in the tournament without scoring a single goal (7 goals conceded).
  • Ukraine failing to score in their last four games at the EURO is a joint-record in the history of the tournament.
  • Poland have never scored more than one goal at the EURO (8 games). Their last shot on target at this year's EURO was 98 minutes ago, in their opener against Northern Ireland.
  • Poland can reach the knockout stages of the EURO for the first time in their history, after two fruitless attempts (2008, 2012).
  • Andriy Shevchenko, currently part of the coaching staff, is the only player to have scored for Ukraine at the EURO (2 goals in 2012).
  • Andriy Yarmolenko, Ukraine's top scorer in qualifying, scored in each of the last two meetings between these sides during 2014 World Cup qualifying (2 goals, 1 assist).
  • Robert Lewandowski scored in the 17th minute of his first game at the EURO (v Greece in 2012). Since then, he's failed to find the net or deliver an assist in the competition in 433 minutes.
  • Jakub Blaszczykowski has been directly involved in Poland's last three goals at the EURO (1 goal, 2 assist).