Portugal’s game against Iceland will take place at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint-Etienne on Tuesday night.
Portugal and Iceland are the final two sides to get their Euro 2016 campaigns under way, while Saint-Etienne’s Stade Geoffroy Guichard will be the last of the 10 venues to host its first game. It should be worth waiting for – Portugal’s encouraging form under coach Fernando Santos means they begin as Group F favourites, but tournament debutants Iceland proved they are no respecters of reputation by beating the Netherlands twice in qualifying.
Astrologically, this looks to be an one sided contest where Portugal dominates Iceland during most of the match time. Portugal will have the upper hand and should be able to score the 1st goal.
There are most chances for late comeback by Iceland and match ending in Draw.