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Italy v Wales: Italy ended up resting all their big names, Immobile (19% ownership), Spinazzola (17% ownership), and Insigne (16% ownership) ended match day 3 with 0 points. The good differential picks come from Wales, who finished 2nd in Group A with a possible encounter against Russia or Finland in the round of 16. Both will be a favourable tie for Wales, considering their firepower in attack and the oppositions frailties in defence. Bale (€9.6m) and Ramsey (€8.6m) are good picks with both coming under the 5% ownership mark. An under the radar pick will be Kiefer Moore (1% ownership) at €6.6m who already has a goal to his name, and plays a key role in buildup play for Wales.
Switzerland v Turkey: Switzerland finished 3rd and could possibly qualify for the knockout stages as one-of the best 3rd place teams. Their matchups are not favourable as things stand, with possible encounters against France or Belgium. Although, with a kind draw they could be matched up against Sweden who sit atop Group E. They matchup quite well with the Swedes, and look to have found their goalscoring touch against Turkey. Haris Seferovic (€8.5m) and Xherdan Shaqiri(€7.2m) were both on the scoresheet and are extremely low owned. However, its still wait and watch on the Swiss players as their matchup will heavily dictate their Fantasy potential.
With 42 Total shots in the match, Switzerland vs Turkey was arguably the best game of Euro 2020( Just after Germany vs Portugal).Petković played a compact 3-4-1-2 formation which helped the Red crosses defensively and on the attack as well. Four points in the group looks good enough for them to secure a slot in the second round.
On the other hand,Şenol Güneş played a 4-1-4-1,which looked good in possession but out of possession looked absolutely terrible. Turkey started the match with high intensity,but lost it all after two beautiful finishes from Seferović and Shaqiri. It was all too easy for Switzerland afterall
PLAYER OF THE DAY
The Swiss magician shines when his team needed him the most. Switzerland had to beat Turkey to stand any chance of qualifying for the last-16,and then stepped up Shaqiri to curl home with his weaker foot from around 25 yards to put his side 2-0 after 22 minutes.
İrfan Kahveci scored a wonder goal in the 62nd minute to make it 2-1, but the 29 year old was there again to finish off a neat team move and put the game beyond doubt.
In scoring tonight he has become the first ever Swiss international to score in four consecutive major tournaments.
DISAPPOINTMENT OF THE DAY
The so called ‘Dark horses’ showed another abysmal defensive display. Turkey looked good on the counter, but for some reason the midfielders forgot to track back. Out of possession their setup was all over place and they were actually lucky to only concede three today.No one expected Turkey to perform this bad in the tournament.