It is all or nothing for Turkey on the tenth day of the European Championship.

The Turks must win Switzerland's last group match in order not to be eliminated early at the European final tournament.

Wales needs one point against already qualified Italy for the eighth finals.

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6:00 PM, Stadio Olimpico in Rome: Italy-Wales

Are Italy and Wales going to strike a deal for this final group match in Rome?

Italy is already certain of the eighth finals and will save players for the game in the last sixteen, while Wales needs one point for the next round.

A salon draw is lurking.

Fact about the match:

It will be the first time in 18 years that Italy and Wales will face each other.

In 2003, Milan was the scene of the European Championship qualifier between the two countries, which Italy won convincingly 4-0.

Player to watch:

Federico Chiesa

hasn't made a lasting impression during his two appearances for Italy.

But now he can show it from the kick-off, announced national coach Roberto Mancini.

The graceful left winger has already shown what he has to offer at Juventus.

He scored eight goals last season and prepared eight goals in Serie A.

Federico Chiesa came on twice before for Italy, but can start from kick-off against Wales.

Federico Chiesa came on twice before for Italy, but can start from kick-off against Wales.

Photo: Getty Images

6:00 PM, Baku Olympic Stadium: Switzerland-Turkey

It's a hit or miss for Turkey after the two previously signed defeats against Italy and Wales.

The Turks must beat number three Switzerland to not be eliminated in the group stage.

It would be an absolute disaster for Turkey, which was 4-2 too strong for the Dutch national team in the World Cup qualifying series in March.

Fact about the match:

Turkey and Switzerland face each other for the first time since their legendary European Championship match in 2008.

Perhaps national coach Senol G√ľnes still showed images of that game in his preliminary meeting, because Turkey then made up for a 1-0 deficit and qualified for the eighth finals of the European Championship thanks to a 2-1 win.

Player to watch:

Turkey needs a win and therefore goals against Switzerland and then we soon end up with

Burak Yilmaz

.

It is not yet the tournament of the 35-year-old striker, but knowing Yilmaz, he will now take his country in tow.

It is not yet the tournament of the Turkish striker Burak Yilmaz.

It is not yet the tournament of the Turkish striker Burak Yilmaz.

Photo: AFP

See also: View the schedule and group standings of the European Championship