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Italy vs. Wales Live Stream: Watch Euro 2020 Online, TV Channel, Lineups

Italy will have the chance at a complete sweep of the group stage and extend its unbeaten streak to 30 games when it hosts Wales in Rome at the Stadio Olimpico. The Azzurri have not lost since September 2018, the year they missed out on the World Cup in what was widely considered a national disgrace. And after a dominant 3–0 win over Switzerland last week, Italy has not given up a goal in its last 10 matches, in which the side has outscored opponents 31–0.
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Euro 2020/1, Day 10: Italy vs. Wales; Switzerland vs. Turkey

And so we enter the last days of the group stage, following interesting developments in some groups that will keep these closing days quite interesting in terms of who reaches the knockout stage, and whether we will see some giants not making this next step. Group A however seems largely...
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Italy complete perfect Euro 2020 group form with win vs. 10-man Wales

Italy continued their perfect run in the European Championship with a 1-0 win against 10-man Wales at the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday. While Italy dominated most of the game, they only managed to score once in the first half through Matteo Pessina despite Wales being reduced to 10 men when Ethan Ampadu was sent off after 55 minutes.
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Italy, Wales make it to Euros knockout phase from Group A

Out of Italy, Wales, Switzerland and Turkey, only the first were able to seal their (good) fate in Group A of the Euros. In the last day of their group stage, emotions were bound to be quite high as the Swiss national team faced a “down and out” Turkey team in Baku, Azerbaijan, and the Italians hosting Wales at their capital, Rome.
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Goal and Highlights: Italy 1-0 Wales in Euro 2020

A cross to the near post is deflected by Pessina for Italy's first goal of the match. It should be recalled that on the last day of each group, the two matches will be played simultaneously to make it even. Today concludes the round of Group A of Euro 2020.
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3 things we learned from Italy v. Wales

Italy’s clean sheet streak passed 1,000 minutes and is still going strong and Matteo Pessina’s goal gave the hosts Group A in a 1-0 win over 10-man Wales on Sunday. Atalanta’s Pessina turned in a free kick from returning Marco Verratti before halftime, and Ethan Ampadu was sent off shortly after halftime to help Italy cruise through the match apart from a Gareth Bale-sized scare.
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Euro 2020/1, Day 6: Finland vs. Russia, Turkey vs. Wales, Italy vs. Switzerland

Every team at Euro 2020 have now played one game. Two more to go in the group stages for each, before half of them enter the knockout rounds. The second round of group matches begins with a somewhat low-key day, though there is hope that Wales might give Ethan Ampadu a bit more than just a few seconds at the end of match. They’re coming off a 1-1 draw against Switzerland, and will take on Turkey, who lost to Italy rather comprehensively in their first game, 3-0.
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