Italy vs Switzerland live streaming: Key information to watching online
Below are all the options to live stream Italy vs Switzerland at Euro 2020.
Option 1: Italy vs Switzerland live streaming from anywhere in the world
There are several online platforms live streaming Italy vs Switzerland for free, and a VPN will help you connect with those services from anywhere in the world.
In our experience, ExpressVPN is the best service around. Sign up as follows.
– Go to expressvpn.com
– Click on ‘Get ExpressVPN’
– Choose plan
– Enter email & payment details
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Option 2: Italy vs Switzerland live streaming on FuboTV (America)
If you’re in America, you can watch Italy vs Switzerland online on FuboTV.
Here are the FuboTV sign-up instructions:
– Go to FuboTV
– Fill in sign-up details (email, password & confirm ZIP)
– Choose plan & add-ons
– Checkout (start 7-day free trial)
– Sit back & watch the match!
Option 3: Italy vs Switzerland live streaming in the UK
If you live in the UK, you can watch Euro 2020 for free on the ITV Hub.
Option 4: TV channels showing Italy vs Switzerland in the UK & America
In the UK, the two broadcasters showing Euro 2020 are the BBC and ITV.
ESPN snapped up the broadcasting rights for Euro 2020 in America.
Option 5: Italy vs Switzerland live streaming – More worldwide options
In Australia, Optus Sport will live stream Italy vs Switzerland.
In Canada, Italy vs Switzerland can be watched on English-language TSN or French-language TVA Sports.
Lastly, in New Zealand, the Italy vs Switzerland live stream can be watched on Sky Sport.
Option 6: Listen to Italy vs Switzerland on radio
Note, if you’re outside the UK, you may be blocked from accessing this content. A VPN will solve this issue.
Italy vs Switzerland live streaming: Preview
Italy played host the opening match of this summer’s European Championships and kicked off in style.
On Friday night, Gli Azzurri welcomed Turkey to Stadio Olimpico but were frustrated at halftime with the score goalless.
However, they made the breakthrough just seven minutes after the interval when Domenico Berardi’s cross was deflected into his own net by Merih Demiral.
Shortly after, Ciro Immobile pounced on a loose ball to double Italy’s lead before Lorenzo Insigne rounded off a resounded victory just before the end, curling the ball past Uğurcan Çakır.
That was the first time Italy had scored more than twice in a European Championships match despite having played 37 games in the competition, reaching five semi-finals, three finals and winning the trophy in 1968.
Roberto Mancini’s side are now unbeaten in 22 competitive games, winning 18 of them, and are growing in confidence that they could go all the way.
With three points on the board, and a +3 goal difference, a victory here would book their place in the round of 16, probably, as group winners.
Will Italy sparkle again?
Can Switzerland spring a surprise?
Switzerland meanwhile could also have three points on the board.
They took on Wales at the Bakı Olimpiya Stadionu on Saturday and led when Breel Embolo headed home Xherdan Shaqiri’s corner just after halftime.
However, Wales equalised 15 minutes from time, meaning the encounter in the Azerbaijani capital finished all square, despite the fact the Swiss had twice as many shots as their opponents.
Switzerland have qualified for eight of the last nine major tournaments, only missing Euro 2012.
In this time, they’ve reached the round of 16 at the World Cups of 2006, 2014 and 2018 as well as Euro 2016.
However, they were last quarter-finalists in a major competition at World Cup 1954 and haven’t won a knockout match since World Cup 1938, beating Germany in a replay,
So, Vladimir Petković’s side are looking to make some history.
The Red Crosses return to Baku on Sunday to face Turkey which will surely be seen as their best chance of claiming the win they’ll need to progress.
Prediction: Italy 2-0 Switzerland
These two last met in a competitive game 22 years ago, playing out a goalless draw in Euro 2000 qualifying in Lausanne.
Although, given that they’re in the same World Cup Qualification group, they’ll meet again in September and November of this year.
Italy are unbeaten in 57 competitive matches on home soil, last losing on 8 September 1999 to Denmark in Naples.
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This article was edited by Benjamin Newman.