Italy will want to continue from where they left off last time out with a 3-0 Euro 2020 triumph against Switzerland.
In that match, Italy managed 49% possession and 13 shots at goal with 3 on target. For Italy, the goalscorers were Manuel Locatelli (26′, 52′) and Ciro Immobile (89′). Switzerland got 6 attempts on goal with 1 on target.
Italy have been on a persistent run of goalscoring form, finding the back of the net in one hundred percent of their last 6 matches.
They’ve hit an aggregate of 20 during that period while seeing the number of goals scored against them stand at 0. Such a trend isn’t assured to be continued into this match, of course.
Wales will go into this clash after a 0-2 Euro 2020 win as they beat Turkey in their previous outing.
In that match, Wales had 37% possession and 16 shots on goal with 7 of them on target. For Wales, the goals were scored by Aaron Ramsey (42′) and Connor Roberts (95′). At the other end, Turkey got 18 shots on goal with 6 on target.
In 5 of the prior six clashes featuring Wales, a relatively low number of goals have been hit between them and their opponents. The overall average number of goals per game during that spell works out to a meagre 1.17, with the average goals for The Dragons standing at 0.5.
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