Switzerland vs Turkey Prediction: Euro 2020 Match on 20.06.2021

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Their most likely route through is by finishing as one of the best-placed thirds. However, even a victory may not be enough for them to secure that spot, as they will be relying on other sides faltering. Switzerland were very disappointing in their 3-0 defeat against Italy, as they looked passive and offered very little in the final third. They offered very little, and few would argue that they didn’t deserve a hammering at the hands of the Italians.
Turkey have a great recent record against Switzerland, as they have won three of the last four. Their only defeat came in Switzerland in a World Cup qualifier in 2005. The last meeting between the nations came at EURO 2008, as Turkey won 2-1.


Two of the most disappointing nations at the EUROs so far meet on Sunday afternoon, and it isn’t completely unforeseeable that this will be their last game in the competition this summer. Switzerland have the more likely chance of qualifying, but they will need a minor miracle to finish in second. They will need to beat Turkey and hope that there is a five-goal swing in their favour.

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Both nations will have a point to prove in this game, as they have been disappointing throughout the tournament. However, we find it hard to believe that either will get the win, which means the draw looks the most likely outcome.

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Switzerland vs Turkey Prediction

Both Switzerland and Turkey will have huge challenges if they are to qualify for the next round of the EUROs this summer. However, a win for either side will keep their hopes alive.
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Turkey were considered by many as a potential dark horse that could do well in the competition this summer. However, their chances of achieving anything of note have gone up in smoke, as they have lost both of their opening two games. They have conceded five goals, and are yet to hit the back of the net. They were much better against Wales, but when compared to their performance against Italy, that wasn’t particularly difficult. Wales were deserving winners against the Turks in Baku, as they ran out 2-0 winners. Turkey’s hopes of qualifying are effectively over, as they have a negative five-goal difference, which means even a win on the final day may not be enough.