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UEFA Euro - How to watch Italy vs Switzerland in over 180 countries

June 14, 2021 By Oscar Rojas
A win for the Azzurri would assure their place in the next round, while a draw or a loss for the Swiss side could jeopardize their chances ahead of the final game.

All teams that qualified to play the UEFA 2020 have played their first match, and Matchday 2 will begin with an interesting clash between Italy and Switzerland with the top spot in Group A to play for.

The Azzurri side will make it to this game after earning a convincing win against Turkey in the competition's opening match. Goals by Ciro Immobile, Lorenzo Insigne, and an own goal by Merih Demiral gave Roberto Mancini's men a three-nil victory over the Turkish side, and since they were the only team in the group to win their game, they are now on the driver's seat for Matchday 2. A win here for the Italians could see them through to the next round regardless of what happens in the third game against Wales.

Meanwhile, Switzerland will enter this match after drawing their initial game against Wales with a one-all score. The Rossocrociati were unable to hold on to the lead given to them by Breel Embolo, and now, Vladimir Petkovic's team will try to collect three crucial points in their quest to enter the KO stage. A loss or a draw for the Swiss side could have catastrophic results, although playing against Turkey in the final group game could give them a window of opportunity.

The hosts will have to prepare for this game without three players. The first one of them is Marco Verratti, who did not play the first game due to a knee injury. Unfortunately for Mancini's plans, Lorenzo Pellegrini and Alessandro Florenzi will also be out due to muscular problems that emerged after the opening game. Meanwhile, the Swiss side will have a full squad to choose from for this game.

The meeting between the Italian side and the Swiss team will be the 59th in history. Out of those, the Azzurri have won 28, while the red and white team have only claimed eight victories. The last game between these teams took place in 2010, and the end result was a one-all draw in that friendly clash.

Broadcast info - Italy vs Switzerland

In Italy - Sky Sport Football, RAI 1, SKY Go Italia, Sky Sport Uno, RaiPlay, NOW TV.

In Switzerland - RTS Sport, RSI La 2, SRF zwei, RTS 2.

In the U.K. - The ITV Hub, BBC Radio 5 Live, UTV, ITV 1 UK, STV Scotland.

In France - beIN Sports 1, M6.fr, M6, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports MAX 4, Free, Molotov.

In Germany - Magenta Sport, Das Erste, SRF zwei.

In the U.S. - TUDN Radio, PrendeTV, ESPN.

In Canada - TSN App, TSN3, TSN1, TVA Sports, TSN4, TSN.ca.

In Mexico - Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Sky HD.

In Argentina - DIRECTV Sports Argentina, DIRECTV Play Deportes.

In Australia - Optus Sport.

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Italy 3 - 0 Switzerland

June 16, 2021 3:00pmStadio Olimpico (Roma)

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