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Turkey vs Wales live stream: How to watch Euro 2020 online

By Ben Green

Published: 17:45, 15 June 2021

Turkey and Wales will go in search of a first win at Euro 2020 when they meet in Baku for the second match of Group A on Wednesday at 5pm (UK time).

Turkey marked the start of the tournament will a curtain-raising capitulation, losing 3-0 to Italy on Friday night, while Wales rallied after going a goal down to Switzerland, with Kieffer Moore guiding an equalising-header home to ensure a point for the nation.

How to live stream Turkey vs Wales:

US ONLY: Fubo* are streaming a selection of Euro 2020 fixtures live for account holders. Those without a Fubo account already can take advantage of their seven-day free trial by following the simple steps below.

  1. Click on this link.
  2. Click ‘Start Your Free Trial’ and enter your details.
  3. Log in and pick your desired channel to watch.

*Geo restrictions apply. Fubo is currently available in the United States, Canada and Spain. Packages and pricing differ per country.

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Where to watch Turkey vs Wales on TV:

  • UK: BBC One
  • US: ESPN

Scoreline prediction: Turkey 1-1 Wales

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Turkey vs Wales build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Turkey could not have got off to a worst start. Senol Gunes’ men went into half-time level with Italy last week, but Roberto Mancini’s side came out after the break with the bit between their teeth, netting thrice in Rome to take a commanding lead of Group A, while leaving Turkey stunned and licking their wounds.

Caretaker manager Rob Page oversaw a valiant effort from his charges, with the Dragons bouncing back after Breel Embolo broke the deadlock in Azerbaijan. Towering Cardiff forward Moore restored parity with a quarter of an hour to go, and Wales thus enter matchday two with everything to play for.

  • Turkey (vs Italy): Cakir; Celik, Demiral, Soyuncu, Meras; Yokuslu, Yazici, Tufan, Karaman, Calhanoglu; Yilmaz.
  • Wales (vs Switzerland): Ward; Roberts, Mepham, Rodon, Davies; Allen, Morrell, Ramsey, Bale, James; Moore.

Neither side picked up any injury concerns from their first games of Euro 2020, though Gunes may be tempted to switch up his starting XI after a disappointing and quite cumbersome opening contest against Italy.

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Players to watch:

  • Turkey: The Crescent-Stars will need a spark of inspiration and improvisation if they are to turn the tide and get their Euro 2020 campaign up and running. It’s still all to play for in Group A, and a win for Turkey could shift the momentum back in their favour. So, step up Hakan Calhanoglu, a player capable of releasing the pressure valve and making things happen, as he often did for AC Milan in the 2020/21 season. Few stats underpin his influence across the campaign for the Rossoneri more than the fact he created the most chances of any player across Europe’s top five leagues (98), outgunning the likes of Bruno Fernandes (95) and Thomas Muller (93). The key question is if Calhanoglu can transfer those skills to the international stage. If he can, Turkey stand a good chance of making considerable headway.
  • Wales: Euro 2016 is a tournament etched in the Welsh psyche, and few encapsulated the meteoric rise more than Aaron Ramsey, who was named in the ‘Team of the Tournament’ and created more big chances than any other player (five). That midfield wizardry will be needed if Wales are to follow Italy’s lead and expose the likes of Caglar Soyuncu and Merih Demiral — two elite centre-backs at club level. Ramsey’s influence has arguably waned since the halcyon days of France 2016, but he remains a talismanic presence for the nation and will be itching to replicate his past tournament form.

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