Italy have already qualified for the knockout phase of Euro 2020 but there is still a lot to play for when the 6pm kick-offs roll around on Sunday.
The Azzurri will be looking to make life a lot easier for themselves when they face Wales. Top spot and another win will always make for better preparation as the tournament heats up.
For Wales, they will be keen to avoid defeat and continue to grow in stature as the event wears on. Perhaps the Italians will ring the changes and allow a little less continuity to creep in which could favour the Welsh.
The last time the Swiss faced the Turkish side it ended in tears as they were knocked out of Euro 2008, the first team eliminated and hosts to add even more misery to the situation.
Haris Seferovic has not been up to his best in front of goal for Switzerland and will be determined to get his name on the scoresheet. Turkey have lost 3-0 and 2-0 and shouldn’t offer too much resistence to the Swiss, who can still qualify as one of the best placed teams finishing third in the group phase.
As it stands:
Italy – 6 points
Wales – 4 points
Switzerland – 1 point
Turkey – 0 points
What needs to happen to qualify:
- Italy are through and will top the group if they avoid defeat.
- Wales will be confirmed in the top two with a draw or if Switzerland fail to beat Turkey.
- Switzerland can finish in the top two if they win and Wales lose – the teams will then be separated on goal difference – but will be eliminated if they lose.
- Turkey cannot finish in the top two and must beat Switzerland to come third in the group.