S.PERVEZ QAISER  Holland takes on Romania at Stade de Suisse, Berne while France will face Italy at Letzigrund, Zurich on Tuesday (June 17). Both matches, to be started at 00.15 hours (IST) will be crucial for all teams except Holland. The top spot in Group C is decided in favour of Holland, and second-placed Romania will join the Dutch in the quarter-finals by winning their encounter. If Romania draw or lose then that would allow either France or Italy to go through by winning their match - the only way Les Bleus can progress. If Romania lose and the others play out a score draw, Italy would go through in a three-way head-to-head tie on two points as they would have scored more goals in the games involving France and Romania. If Romania fall by one goal, two goals or by a three-goal margin other than 3-0 and the other match finishes 0-0, Romania would advance as their head-to-head record with Italy would be dead level but they would have a superior overall goal difference (or in the case of the three-goal defeats, goals scored). If Romania lose by four goals or more and the other game ends 0-0, Italy would proceed with a better overall goal difference than Romania. If Romania lose 3-0 and the other match finishes 0-0, Italy and Romania would have to be split on qualifying coefficients, in which case Italy would prevail 2.364-2.250. The match between Italy and France will be 34th international match between the two teams and third in European Cup. Italy have won 16 and France seven in 32 previous outings. The remaining 10 matches did not produce a result. Italy scored 72 and conceded 42 goals in these matches. France have won two and drew one in three matches played against Italy in the European Championship. They scored five goals and coneded two in these matches. The Holland and Romania match will be the fifth international match between the two teams and third in European Championship. Romania have won two and drew one in three previous meetings against Holland. They scored five and conceded two goals in these matches. European Cup football: day 11 First match: Holland v Romania: Head to head: International matches: Played: 4 Holland won: 2 Romania won: 1 Drawn: 1 Goals for Holland: 6 Goals for Romania: 3 European Cup Matches: Played: 2 Holland won: - Romania won: 1 Drawn: 1 Goals for Holland: - Goals for Romania: 1 Second Match: France V Italy: Head to head: International matches: Played: 33 Italy won: 16 France won: 7 Drawn: 10 Goals for Italy: 72 Goals for France: 42 EUROPEAN CUP MATCHES: Played: 3 Italy won: - France won: 2 Drawn: 1 Goals for Italy: 2 Goals for France: 5 FAISEL FEATURES