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How to watch, what to watch for Sunday, June 20 Euro 2021 schedule

We take a look at how to watch and what to watch for during Sunday’s group stage play at UEFA’s European Championship.

Turkey vs Italy - EURO 2020 Photo by Ali Balikci/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

Match day three of the 2020 Euro competition will kick off on Sunday, June 20th with action from all four teams in Group A. There are only two games on the slate as Italy, who have already clinched their spot in the knockout rounds, will take on Wales who are looking to clinch their spot as well. Simultaneously, Switzerland and Turkey will square off as both teams are in desperate need of points if they want any chance of escaping the group stage.

Striker Ciro Immobile has been spectacular for for the Italian side over the last seven years, notching 15 goals through 48 caps for his national team. He’s scored two goals in this year’s competition, grabbing one in each of Italy’s first two games. Immobile has been instrumental in helping Italy clinch a spot in the Round of 16 and will be expected to shine as they go up against a tough Wales team.

Speaking of Wales, superstar Gareth Bale has been a key player for his side as well. While he hasn’t scored a goal yet, he assisted on both goals in their 2-0 win over Turkey on match day two, catapulting Wales to second place in Group A, only two points behind Italy. Expect him to be at his best in their final match of the group stage as they look to book a spot in the Round of 16 for themselves.

Euro 2021 Sunday, June 20th schedule

Italy vs. Wales

Time: 12 p.m.
TV channel: ESPN2
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN
Moneyline odds: Italy -220, Tie +300, Wales +750
Total goals: 2.5 (Over +100, Under -132)

Switzerland vs. Turkey

Time: 12 p.m.
TV channel: ESPN
Live stream: WatchESPN, ESPN
Moneyline odds: Switzerland -134, Tie +295, Turkey +360
Total goals: 2.5 (Over -137, Under +104)

Best Bet: Switzerland -134

While Switzerland didn’t win either of their first two games, they were able to grind out a draw in their first match-up against Wales thanks to a 74th minute goal from Kieffer Moore. they easily outshot the Welsh side 18-9 overall, and controlled 65 percent of possession. It was a much different story in their second match as group leaders Italy took them to task with a relatively easy 3-0 win. They’ll turn their attention to Turkey, who lost both of their opening games and will be desperate to grab the full three points in hopes of finishing in third place. While Turkey have won their last two meetings against Switzerland, expect the Swiss to grab a win here as they’ll hope the other Group A game goes their way so they can finish in second place.

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