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It is last chance saloon time at Euro 2020 for both Turkey and Switzerland after very disappointing campaigns so far.
Turkey were many people’s dark horses before the tournament began but have not lived up to those expectations at all.
The Crescent-Stars were involved in the tournament’s opening game in which they were hammered 3-0 by Italy at Stadio Olimpico.
Merih Demiral’s own goal the first goal of the competition.
Despite this heavy defeat, the mood in the Turkish camp was buoyant and Head Coach Åenol GÃ¼neÅ was certainly in high-spirits going into their second fixture.
Backed by around 20,000 travelling Turkish supporters, they took on Wales in Baku in a game that was always going to have huge significance in determining who’ll advance.
However, Turkey were second best throughout, going 1-0 down just before half time.
Wales missed a second half penalty, conceded by Zeki Ãelik, and, despite this, scored a second in stoppage time to secure a 2-0 victory.
This leaves Turkey bottom of Group A, pointless, and without even having scored a goal, mustering just six shots on target in three hours.
But, given that the four best-ranked third-place teams advance, all hope is not lost.
Turkey’s -5 goal difference is against them though so they’ll need a big victory here to salvage their hopes of advancing.
Will Switzerland get the win they need?
Switzerland too are down but not out of this European Championships.
They’re returning to the Azerbaijani capital for this game after being frustratingly held to a 1-1 draw there by Wales eight days ago.
The Swiss dominated that matchday one encounter and led through Breel Embolo but could not hold onto the three points.
Then, just as the Turks had done five days earlier, Vladimir PetkoviÄ’s side felt the full-force of Italy in Rome, losing 3-0.
Switzerland offered less than nothing in an attacking sense from that game, having just one shot on target.
But, the one point they have on the board leaves them in a relatively good position.
If Switzerland win here, even if they do end up finishing third, this gives them a 95.8% chance of qualifying for the round of 16.
This would be an achievement as they’ve only been in the knockout stages at the Euros once, doing so five years ago.
Who will win, thereby keeping their knockout phase hopes alive, at BakÄ± Olimpiya Stadionu?
Prediction: Switzerland 1-1 Turkey
The last two these two met was also in a European Championships, 13 years ago in Basel.
Turkey came from 1-0 down to win 2-1 in that one at St. Jakob-Park, a 21 year old Arda Turan with the 92nd minute winner there.
That helped Turkey reach the semi-finals with the Swiss going out in the group phase on home soil.
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This article was edited by Benjamin Newman.