After suffering a humiliating defeat to Italy, Switzerland come into matchday three in search of their first win in this showcase. Manuel Locatelli’s brace and a strike from Ciro Immobile ensured a 3-0 defeat for the Red Crosses.

Switzerland have earned just one point so far but still have a chance to reach the round of 16 via one of the best third placed teams if they manage to grab all three points on Sunday.

Turkey go into the final round of matches on the back of two straight defeats without registering a goal. Aaron Ramsey and Connor Roberts found the net for Wales on matchday two, leaving Turkey’s chances of qualifying to the knockout stages hanging on a thread. They will need nothing less than a victory.

Switzerland to register first win

Switzerland have not enjoyed a good campaign so far but will likely find some joy from their upcoming battle against Turkey.

The likes of Breel Embolo and Granit Xhaka have enough quality to overpower The Crescent-Stars who have endured a worse run in this competition.

In the end, Turkey are expected to exit the tournament early with no point to their name.

The odds

Switzerland are huge favorites to win this one, with their odds priced at 1.66 by Betway and Turkey have their odds pinned at 4.85. A draw has been priced at 3.95.

Team news

Switzerland predicted XI: Sommer, Akanji, Schar, Elvedi, Rodriguez, Xhaka, Freuler, Mbabu, Shaqiri, Embolo, Seferovic

Turkey predicted XI: Cakir, Celik, Ayhan, Soyuncu, Meras, Yokuslu, Under, Tufan, Calhanoglu, Karaman, Yilmaz

Switzerland v Turkey head-to-head

11th June 2008: Switzerland 1-2 Turkey (UEFA European Championship)

16th November 2005: Turkey 4-2 Switzerland (FIFA World Cup qualifiers)

12th November 2005: Switzerland 2-0 Turkey (FIFA World Cup qualifiers)

26th April 1995: Switzerland 1-2 Turkey (UEFA European Championship qualifiers)

14th December 1994: Turkey 1-2 Switzerland (UEFA European Championship qualifiers)

Turkey have relatively been the better side coming into this game, winning three games in five meetings against Switzerland.

Overall, Turkey have won eight and lost four in 15 matches.

How to follow the tournament in Ghana

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Enjoy selected live matches televised on Joy Prime (English) and Adom TV (Akan). You can also watch games in high definition on the HD+ Decoder, where Joy Prime HD is channel 102 and Adom TV HD is channel 103.

On radio, get live commentary of this match in English (Joy 99.7 FM, Luv 99.5 FM and/or Hitz 103.9 FM) or in Akan (Adom 106.3 FM, Nhyira 104.5 FM, and Asempa 94.7 FM).

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