It’s a must-win for both Turkey and Switzerland as the bottom two look to keep their Euro 2020 hopes alive.
Both nations were on the wrong of a 3-0 scoreline as Roberto Mancini’s Italy eased past both sides.
Vladimir Petković’s men have the advantage going into the match in the complexion of their hopes of finishing among the four best third-placed teams in the tournament following their 1-1 draw with Wales.
Meanwhile Turkey, managed by Şenol Güneş, face the uphill task of hacking away their minus-five goal difference ahead of the final group stage on Sunday as Wednesday’s 2-0 defeat to Wales compiled their misery.
What time is kick-off?
Switzerland vs Turkey is will kick-off at 5pm BST on Sunday June 20.
What TV channel is it on?
ITV4 will show all the match coverage and analysis of the final group stage game, with coverage starting from 3:55pm.
Live streaming service the ITV Hub will also broadcast the game if any Wales fans are looking to keep up to date with the action alongside their beloved Welsh side.
Who is in charge?
The man in the middle for the final Group A fixture is Slavko Vincic.
It will be the Slovenian’s second match of Euro 2020 after he took charge of Spain’s stalemate with Sweden in Group E.
And it will also be Vincic’s first competitive match in charge when it comes to Turkey after he was the match official for their friendlies against Croatia and the Republic of Ireland.
For Switzerland, it will be a new referee to take charge of their international fixture since he became an official in 2010.
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What has been said?
Switzerland midfielder Steven Zuber told UEFA.com: “Everyone in the team is disappointed [after the 3-0 defeat against Italy], and not just the team: the whole nation is disappointed.
“It’s fine to be disappointed, it happens in sport. We know what the feeling is like to be on the other side, and that’s our aim: to be on the other side on Sunday. We need to score one goal more than [Turkey]. That would be good.”
Turkey manager Şenol Güneş said: “This is a young team. They haven’t experienced a tournament like this before. I know expectations were high, but this team created those expectations with their good performances.”
Switzerland goalkeeper Yann Sommer is a doubt for the match after the birth of his second child. The goalkeeper flew back to Germany to accompany his partner, on Thursday.
Denis Zakaria could be in line for his first start in the competition as Petkovic will look to reshape his squad in order to shake off their midweek defeat.
Ozan Kabak, has yet to start this summer after his loan at Liverpool, as Caglar Soyuncu, Kaan Ayhan and Merih Demiral have all been selected ahead of the 21-year-old.
Umut Meras is also a doubt after he limped off during their defeat to Rob Page’s side.
Switzerland – 4/6
Draw – 29/10
Turkey – 17/4
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