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In Australia, Optus Sport will live stream Italy vs Wales.
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Two sides with the knockout stages to look forward to go head to head in the Eternal City.
Wales have reached the round of 16, somewhat against the odds.
This is just the Dragons third appearance at a major finals after World Cup 1958 and Euro 2016, getting to the quarter-finals and semi-finals respectively.
Despite their remarkable run to the last four in France five years ago, Wales were the lowest-ranked side in Group A, so were up against it.
On matchday one, they needed a late towering Kieffer Moore header to salvage a 1-1 draw against Switzerland.
Not many would argue with the fact the Swiss were the better side in that game and that Wales were very lucky to come away with a point.
But then, against Turkey on Wednesday evening, also in Baku, the Dragons were magnificent.
Aaron Ramsey had three fantastic first half chances, eventually converting the third of those after a sumptuous Gareth Bale through-ball.
Then, early in the second half, Wales were awarded a penalty when Zeki Ãelik brought down Bale in the corner of the box.
Bale himself stepped up but fired the ball miles over the crossbar and high into the Azerbaijani night sky.
Danny Ward then made a fantastic save, denying Merih Demiral, and how crucial it would prove.
Because, in the 94th minute, Bale charged into the box after a short corner, teed up Connor Roberts who side-footed home his first international goal.
That secured the 2-0 victory at the BakÄ± Olimpiya Stadionu; a famous night for Wales.
This moves Rob Page’s side onto four point so, even if they lost here, that total gives them a 95.8% chance of reaching the knockout phase.
Will Wales continue their recent fantastic form of having only lost one of their last 15 competitive internationals?
Will Italy continue their winning run?
Italy though, without doubt, have been the most impressive team at the tournament so far.
Gli Azzurri hosted the tournament’s opening game against Turkey and put on a show for the 13,000 supporters in attendance.
An own goal, followed by strikes from Ciro Immobile and then Lorenzo Insigne saw them to a statement 3-0 victory.
Despite the fact that was the first time Italy had scored more twice in a European Championship game, they did so again five days later.
Manuel Locatelli scored a first ever career brace before Immobile added a third against a lifeless Switzerland in another 3-0 win.
This leaves Roberto Mancini’s side top of Group A, needing just a point from this game to guarantee first place.
Although, Italy can win all three group games at a major tournament for only the fourth time having done so in 1978, 1990 and 2000.
Whoever wins Group A will play the runners-up of Group C at Wembley in the round of 16.
The second-placed side in this group meanwhile will travel to Amsterdam to play the runners-up in Group B, also next Saturday.
Both will be looking to go into the knockout phase with some momentum.
Italy haven’t lost a competitive game in Rome since 1953 against Hungary, Ferenc PuskÃ¡s, who now has a stadium at this tournament named after him, scored twice that night.
They haven’t lost a competitive games at home anywhere since 1999 against Denmark in Naples.
It’s certainly a daunting task for Wales but will they guarantee a top two finish with a point at Stadio Olimpico?
Prediction: Italy 2-1 Wales
These two last met in Euro 2004 qualifying.
Wales recorded a famous 2-1 victory at the Millennium Stadium before losing at San Siro a year later.
Ciro Immobile is looking to become the first Italian to score in the first three matches of a European Championships.
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This article was edited by Benjamin Newman.