EURO 2020: Italy vs Wales Odds, Predictions and Analysis

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The Euro 2020 will see the start of new matchday as Italy and Wales collied at the Stadio Olimpico Stadium in their final group encounter on Sunday.

EURO 2020: Italy vs Wales Odds, Predictions and Analysis - THE SPORTS ROOM


Italy got a great start to their EURO 2020 campaign picking up the important win as Turkey with the same scoreline as against the Swiss.

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The Azzuris became the first nation to punch their ticket for the EURO 2020 knockout stages after they secured a comfortable 3-0 win over Switzerland in their last outing.

In their outing against Switzerland at the Stadio Olimpico on Wednesday, the former AC Milan midfielder Manuel Locatelli showcased a top notch performance and he scored a brace finding the back of the net in both the halves. The Lazio striker Ciro Immobile sealed the game in the final minutes of the match.

Italy are currently on a 10-game winning streak across all competitions and will certainly be eyeing to complete the group stage unblemished.


On the other side, Wales ended their an opening clash in EURO 2020 with a goal apiece against Switzerland last Saturday.

However, they picked up the win in the second clash of the group stage. The Dragons will go into this game after a 2-0 win over Turkey and now they require a point to secure a spot into the next round.

Wales currently are currently positioned second in Group A which is three points clear Switzerland, who are in the third place.

Waging Odds: Italy (1.54) vs Wales (7.80) (Draw 3.80)

Italy are the favourites and are priced at 1.54, meaning if you bet $100 on them and if they win the match, you’ll be making $154.

Wales are priced at 7.80 and are the heavy underdogs. Betting $100 on them will earn you $780 if they come out as winners.

The odds for a draw are placed at 3.80. Betting $100 on them will earn you $380 if the fixture ends all level.

Our Prediction:

Italy could likely to keep some key players rested for the upcoming knockout stage. It will give the other players an opportunity to show their performance. A thrilling contest is expected from the game.

Wales on the other side will aim to end the group stagenon a high note picking up a draw, if not a win. The Dragons have to give their all to salvage a point against the European heavyweight. A one all draw could be expected in the clash between the two teams on Sunday.