England take on Slovakia this evening in their final Group B game of Euro 2016.
The game is a big one for Roy Hodgson’s side, who know they need a win to ensure that they finish top of the group.
A first-placed finish will see them secure a more favourable draw in the next round, which could make all the difference in the knockout stages of the competition.
England face tricky opposition in Slovakia, who are looking to compete with Wales for second place in the group.
They have won one game and lost the other so far, but how do the two teams compare in the other stats? Oulala decided to find out. And as it transpires that England have been the better team as they came out on top in seven key areas.
The two sides have scored the same amount of goal, but England have been better defensively, conceding one fewer goal.
Interestingly though the Slovakians have enjoyed a better tackle success rate as well as winning more interceptions.
Elsewhere England are dominant, having played more successful passes, created more chances and had more shots on goal.
They have also enjoyed a better possession rate, a higher pass completion and a better shot accuracy than their opponents.
With a lot riding on the game, they will now be hoping that they can enjoy similar success as they seek to end the group stages of Euro 2016 on a high.