Turkey is looking for "miracle" against Switzerland

Money time in Group A, the first group where today the 3rd and last day of the group stage takes place. For now, things are not looking good for Switzerland (1 point) and Turkey (0 points), but the qualification for the next round is still possible. Watch the match in Baku here or on Canvas from 5.50 pm.

  1. 17:24in advance, 5 pm 24. Okay was not okay. Turkish national coach Senol Günes cannot be satisfied after two defeats and no goals scored. Ayhan moves forward, replacing defensive midfielder Okay Yokuslu. Apparently he wasn’t so good against Wales after all. The free place in the back is taken by Demiral, who opened the European Championship with an own goal. At the front, Karaman has to make way for Kahveci, who must serve deep striker Yilmaz together with Calhanoglu and co. .
  2. 17:20in advance, 17h20. Petkovic leaves Mbabu and Schär on the bench. Against Italy, Schär and Mbabu were substituted just before the hour and tonight they even start from the couch. Mbabu occasionally saw stars against Spinazzola and will soon be replaced by Widmer. In the center at the back, Zuber can distinguish itself. .
  3. 17:04in advance, 5 p.m. 04. What are the possible scenarios? That’s a complicated issue. Let’s start with the easiest scenario: a tie. As a result, Turkey remains last and Switzerland will most likely fall short to push through in third. Will Turkey win? Then they immediately take their first points of the tournament. Whether 3 points will suffice to also be one of the best thirds, remains to be seen. And what if the Swiss win? Aha, that’s a different story, because that brings their point total to 4. Whether that will suffice for best third remains to be seen. But if Wales loses and Switzerland wins, the goal difference is calculated and mainly looked at. And for that, the Swiss have to make up for no less than 5 goals. That promises… .
  4. 15:13in advance, 3 p.m. 13.
  5. 09:15in advance, 09:15. Swiss coach writes fans a letter: “Support us!”. Switzerland hopes to be able to push through as best third – or even second. It needs a big win for that. Coach Vladimir Petkovic already wrote an emotional open letter to the fans. “Footballers and coaches have feelings, worries, fears and joys just like everyone else. We are just as vulnerable,” it reads. “And that’s why we need the support of all of you for this decisive game.” “We will do everything we can to make sure that we can all cheer together on Sunday evening. That we can be proud together. Of our ‘Nati’ and our Switzerland!” After a 1-1 loss against Wales and a 3-0 loss against Italy, the Swiss are under pressure to win against a scoreless Turkey. “In the match of the last chance, in addition to the right tactics, we must again bring all our values ​​and qualities on the field: solidarity, honour, joy and respect. Then we can do it.” .
  6. 09:09before, 09h 09. Turkish coach: “Need a miracle”. Turkey has not yet scored a single goal in the tournament and is at the bottom with 0 points. “We need a miracle,” admitted coach Senol Gunes. “It’s hard for us, but we’ll fight for it.” Much was expected from Turkey. “But we couldn’t live up to those expectations,” says Günes, who sees an excuse in the young age of many players. “The defeat in the opening game against Italy felt like the end of the world for our young team. But these bad results don’t matter, because these youngsters are the future of our country.” .
  7. 09:00in advance, 09 o’clock . Switzerland-Turkey in Baku. Switzerland and Turkey have so far harvested little or nothing at the European Championship: Switzerland took a point against Wales, Turkey nothing yet. However, they can both still claim the 1/8th finals. Switzerland can finish in the top 2 – straight through – if it wins itself and Wales loses to Italy, although the goal difference will then be the deciding factor. If the Swiss lose, they are out of the tournament. Turkey can no longer finish in the top 2, 3rd is the highest achievable, they have to win tonight. .
  8. Before, 09 o’clock
  9. Switzerland setup. Yann Sommer, Nico Elvedi, Manuel Akanji, Ricardo Rodríguez, Silvan Widmer, Remo Freuler, Xherdan Shaqiri, Granit Xhaka, Steven Zuber, Breel Embolo, Haris Seferovic
  10. Opstelling Turkey. Ugurcan Cakir, Zeki Celik, Merih Demiral, Caglar Soyuncu, Mert Muldur, Cengiz Under, Kaan Ayhan, Hakan Calhanoglu, Ozan Tufan, Irfan Kahveci, Burak Yilmaz
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