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Italy vs Switzerland

The Italians met the expectations in their opening match in Rome against Turkey when they were pretty convincing with their 0:3 victory.
From the begging, it was clear that the Italians had complete control, and it was quite surprising that they failed to be effective during the first part. However, after a setback made by the Turks in the 53rd when they scored their own goal, the path was open for Italy.
Immobile raised to 2:0 in the 66th, while the final result was set by Insigne in the 79th. Turks, even though quite potent before this opening clash, simply were not in a position to match a highly motivated Italians.
Italy currently holds the leading spot in the group shared with Switzerland, Turkey, and Wales, eager to continue where they left off last Friday.
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Turkey vs Italy

The Turks will have a difficult task in their opening match, but despite being severely underestimated by the bookies, they have the results to back them up, as currently, they are unbeaten this year in all competitions and look potent in the attack.
Probably their greatest victory this year was against the Netherlands 4:2 during the World Cup qualifiers back in March when they showed just how dangerous they can be, and I don’t see them holding back in their opener, as their offensive potential has to be taken seriously.
Left-back Erkin (59/2, Fenerbahce), midfielder Tekdemir (22/0, Basaksehir), and forward Tosun (45/18, Besiktas) are out of the team this time.
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Milan vs Juventus

The Rossoneri are certainly one of the contenders for the title this season, as they currently at the leading place in the standings, having one point more than their closest rival Inter.
In their latest match against newcomer Benevento, they managed to walk away with a 0:2 away victory, proving that they are more than capable to be dangerous even with a player less. They took the lead first from the penalty converted by Kessie in the 15th minute and despite numerical disadvantage since the 33rd, they added another one to the scoreboard at the beginning of the second part via Leao, while successfully keeping their sheet clean.
The hosts did miss a penalty back in 61st, a situation that could make things a bit more interesting, but overly looking, a good appearance from visitors from Milan, who did just what was needed.
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