Switzerland and Turkey will meet in the 3rd round of the EURO 2020 group stage. Switzerland snatched only one point, and everything except the victory against Turkey would send them home. They will try to reach second place in the group as Turkey doesn’t have many chances of progressing further.
June 20th, 2021 – 18:00
Switzerland vs Turkey Betting Tips & Predictions
Switzerland to win @1.75
BTTS No @1.75
Correct score 2:0 @8.50
Reason for Switzerland vs Turkey Predictions
These two nations are left to fight for scraps in their final Group A match, with Switzerland on one point while Turkey has none. Switzerland is coming from a 3-0 defeat to Italy, where they were outplayed entirely, and the one point gained against Wales comes handy here as they seek to finish as one of the best finishing third-placed sides. The defeat to Italy was the first time in 11 matches that the Swiss have failed to score, which was expected given the quality of the Italy team. As they get to face Turkey, this is a game they are expected to win as they get here with just one defeat in nine matches – they have six wins in that run. Also, Switzerland can avenge the 2-1 loss to Turkey at home in Euro 2008 and seek a first win in three meetings with the Turks. They will also be concerned about their defending going to this game. Haris Seferovic is experienced, he plays in Benfica, he played a great season, it means a lot to the national team, he is expected to score more goals and bring joy to his nation. Vladimir Petković has been on the bench of the Swiss national team for a long time. He is doing a great job and has great support.
Turkey has suffered straight losses in their opening matches at the competition and will be hoping to get one in their final group game. They were utterly outplayed by Italy in a 3-0 loss, then failed to make use of their chances against Wales and suffered a 2-0 loss in a game they were expected to win. It could have been worse against Wales were it not for Gareth Bale missing a penalty. Burak Yilmaz, considered the leader at Turkey, was a big letdown against Wales, missing a good chance and getting booked for a late brawl. He has so far failed to inspire the team, and Senol Gunes’ side is still searching for the first goal at the competition. For a team that came to this competition having scored two or more in five of six matches, they’ve really underperformed in the attack. Kenan Karaman enjoys the pitch, and when he receives the ball and moves towards the goal, the opponent has problems. He is strong, and his most significant strength is speed. Burak Yilmaz is experienced, he is doing great in the penalty area, and he means a lot to the national team.
Switzerland is the favorite in this match, and they have no right to make a mistake, as Turkey has no chance of progressing.
We believe Switzerland is capable of keeping the clean sheet, as Turkey has been pretty poor in the front lately.