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They have reached the knockout stages only once previously, in 2016; they were knocked out by Poland on penalties in the round of 16 (1-1 a. e. t. ). Switzerland are unbeaten in their last five games at the European Championships (two wins followed by three draws); they had lost six of their first eight games in the tournament. Switzerland have scored more than one goal in only one of their 13 games at the UEFA European Championships, a 2-0 win on home soil against Portugal in the 2008 group stages. Wales scored 1. 25 goals per game in the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign (10 goals in 8 games), the joint-lowest of any of the 24 sides to qualify for the tournament alongside North Macedonia. Wales’ Gareth Bale has scored in each of his two previous appearances against Switzerland (2 goals in 2 games).

66 min: Shaqiri departs with an assist to his name. Zakaria comes on in his place. 65 min: Embolo dribbles down the left, uses Mepham as a shield before curling towards the bottom right. It files inches wide, with Ward surely beaten. 64 min: Nope. Ramsey sends a glorious inswinger towards the far post. All it needs is a nudge, but nobody attacks the ball, which sails inches wide of goal. As good a delivery as you’ll see. 63 min: Mbabu dispossesses James with a fine sliding tackle. The referee doesn’t see it that way, giving Wales a free kick to the left of the Swiss box, and issuing Mbabu with an absurd booking.

Wales v Switzerland kick-off time, team news and TV channel for Euros matchWales kick-start their Euro 2020 campaign against Switzerland on Saturday afternoon. It's been a long wait, with the European Championship having been postponed by 12 months to this summer due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here's everything you need to know about the game in Baku, Azerbaijan. What time is Wales v Switzerland kick-off? Wales v Switzerland kicks off at 2pm (UK time) on Saturday, June 12.

Ramsey rolls a pass down the left for Davies, forcing Akanji into the concession of a corner on the right. 72 min: Wales continue to stroke it around, but the Swiss seem happy enough to let them do it, because they’re nowhere near the final third. 70 min: A little bit of Welsh possession, but it’s all very sterile. It’s been a low-energy second-half performance by Wales. 68 min: Switzerland aren’t in complete control, but they do look comfortable. Wales aren’t doing too much to worry them. There’s little by way of a press.

Gavranovic, on the pitch for less than a minute, meets the dropping ball and lashes home. He wheels off to celebrate... but is he offside? 84 min: Seferovic makes way for Gavranovic. 83 min: Brooks curls across the face of the Swiss six-yard box from the left. Ramsey slides in at the far stick, just inches away from poking home. 81 min: Seferovic grafts hard down the right, refusing to ship possession, then cutting back for Zakaria, whose low drive is blocked by Rodon. Both sides are in the mood for this, out in search of a winner.

Mbabu looks perplexed, and rightly so. Can Wales take advantage? 62 min: Embolo is back up and running. 61 min: James takes the corner. It’s worked out to Davies, who sends a rasping drive over the bar from the edge of the box. But there’s a flick off Seferovic, so James gets another go... but hoicks the second one over everybody and away from harm, releasing all the pressure. Ben Davies with sends an effort over.

Wales 1-1 Switzerland: Euro 2020 – as it happenedKey eventsShow key events onlyPlease turn on JavaScript to use this featureBen Fisher was in Baku to witness Kieffer Moore’s heroics. His report has landed, so off you click. As for the 5pm kick-off between Denmark and Finland, Barry Glendenning, like a pint of plain, is your only man. Thanks for reading this MBM. Gareth Bale speaks to the Beeb. “Obviously a hard game. Both teams tried to play. It was the opening game, so it was a little bit tense. It wasn’t a bad result, so we take the positives.

We knew Switzerland would have a lot of the ball and that we’d have to be solid and organised defensively. Shaqiri was causing us a few problems. Unfortunately the gaps started to appear in the second half and they exploited that. Dan James looked dead on his feet because of the work he put in. He was disappointed coming off, but he’s great in there now, and it’s all about the squad. Kieffer Moore has been terrific at international and club level.

What TV channel is Wales v Switzerland on? Wales v Switzerland will be broadcast live on BBC One. Coverage begins at 1. 15pm. The Group A fixture is also available to watch on S4C, with their coverage beginning at the same time. How can I live stream the match? BBC coverage can be live stream via BBC iPlayer, while S4C's can be watched via S4C Clic.

Photograph: Valentyn Ogirenko/Reuters60 min: James turns on the jets again and wins a corner off Embolo. Before it can be taken, Embolo goes down, James having accidentally scraped his ankle during the challenge. 58 min: James has looked the most dangerous of those in red. He makes some space down the left and crosses low. The ball whistles all the way through to Roberts on the other flank, but as he prepares to shoot, Shaqiri gets involved to clear. 57 min: Ramsey curls a ball in from the right. James flashes a header goalwards from distance, but it’s blocked and cleared without too much fuss. 56 min: Embolo embarks on another determined run down the middle. He’s crowded out, but it takes three men.

He thoroughly deserved his goal. Turkey will be a tough test but we’re positive. ”Kieffer Moore speaks to the BBC. “It’s great personally, but it’s a good start for us. We would have liked to have won, but a draw from the first game puts us in a good position. It’s never good going a goal down, but to get one back and see the game out is a big positive for us. It was tough in the heat, but it’s what we expect in a hot climate, and we’re used to it. I’m enjoying it. It’s a big occasion and I’m loving every second of it! ”Wales look much the happier side after this draw. Kieffer Moore is understandably all smiles, receiving the congratulations of his team-mates.

79 min: Davies has a lash from distance. He shanks it miles wide left. 77 min: Mbabu crosses from the right. Embolo makes a hash of his header at the far post. Six yards out, he should have put the Swiss back into the lead. 75 min: That was such a well-worked goal... and out of nowhere, really! The small Welsh contingent in Baku make enough noise for 40, 000! Before the restart, James rather surprisingly makes way for Brooks. He’s not particularly happy about it. Welsh joy as Kieffer Moore grabs the leveller. Photograph: Darko Vojinović/APGOAL! Wales 1-1 Switzerland (Moore 74)This is better from Wales all right! A short corner’s worked back down the right flank for Morrell, who curls into the box. Moore, in a pocket of space by the penalty spot, guides a superb header across Sommer and into the bottom left! Wales’ Kieffer Moore powers in the equalizer. Photograph: Valentyn Ogirenko/Reuters73 min: This is better from Wales.

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