Switzerland and Turkey battle it out in the final round of Group A matches. Check out our full betting preview for the latest team news, match odds and betting tips and predictions.

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Switzerland 🇨🇭Team News

Switzerland have opened Euro 2020 with a draw against Wales, followed by a 0-3 loss to Italy in Rome. They need to win to boost their chances of qualification to the knockout phase, either as runners-up on goal difference or a best third placed team.

Vladimir Petković, Switzerland coach...

"The most important thing is to be present. We need to improve what we can influence and, most importantly, win. With three points we have a realistic chance of advancing. We’re playing in front of 30,000 Turkish fans but we will try to turn that into a positive. It’s very important, a decisive game. There are no second or third chances."

Switzerland Predicted Lineup

Sommer; Elvedi, Schär, Akanji; Mbabu, Freuler, Xhaka, Rodríguez; Shaqiri; Embolo, Gavranović

Key Player: Granit Xhaka

Xhaka is a tough-tackling midfielder who has managed to turn his club career around at Arsenal. The one-time club captain had a very public dispute with fans that lead to him relieved of the armband. It looked like his Gunners career was over, but the arrival of Mikel Arteta changed that. Although no longer the club captain, he's back making regular first-team appearances.

Granit Xhaka back in favour at Arsenal, can he do the same for Switzerland?

Turkey 🇹🇷 Team News

Turkey have been really disappointing. They were tipped as darl horses in this tournament but have failed to live up to that billing. They tasted defeat against the Azzurri in the opening game and have never recovered.

Şenol Güneş, Turkey coach...

"This is a young team. They haven't experienced a tournament like this before. I know expectations were high, but this team created those expectations with their good performances."

Turkey Predicted Lineup

Uğurcan Çakır; Zeki Çelik, Merih Demiral, Çağlar Söyüncü, Mert Müldür; Kaan Ayhan, İrfan Can Kahveci, Hakan Çalhanoğlu, Cengiz Ünder, İbrahim Dervişoğlu; Burak Yılmaz

Key Player: Hakan Calhanoglu

Hakan Calhanoglu is a German-born midfielder of Turkish ancestry (just like Mesut Ozil) except Calhanoglu has expressed his commitment to the Turkey. Calhanoglu currently plies his trade in Serie A with AC Milan, where his dangerous knuckleball free-kick has seen him compared with Cristiano Ronaldo.

Calhanoglu in action for AC Milan

Switzerland v Turkey Head to Head

Turkey has come out on top in 15 matches between the two sides, with Switzerland coming out on top four times.

Switzerland v Turkey Match Prediction

Although Turkey can still qualify, it's Switzerland that have the most to gain here. Motivation at this stage is huge. This young Turkish side have been battered so far in the tournament and Switzerland will capitalise on some low morale.

Switzerland v Turkey FAQ's

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When is the Switzerland v Turkey match?

The match between Switzerland and Turkey is being played on Sunday 20th June 2021.

Where is the Switzerland v Turkey match being played?

The Switzerland v Turkey match is being played at the Olimpiya Stadionu in Baku.

What time does the Switzerland v Turkey match kick off?

The Switzerland v Turkey match kicks off at 17:00 UK Time.

What channel is the Switzerland v Turkey match on?

The Switzerland v Turkey match is live on ITV4 and ITV Player. Check out our full TV Guide.

What are the latest odds for Switzerland v Turkey?

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