When does Wales vs Turkey kick off? TV channel and stream details, prediction and odds
Wales play in their second Euro 2020 game on Wednesday – here’s all the details from referee to latest odds
The Welsh draw 1-1 against Switzerland in their opening Group A fixture on Saturday thanks to a late equaliser from Keiffer Moore.
Robert Page’s men will be looking for a positive result if they want to qualify for the knockout stages, with the tough final game against Italy on Sunday looming large. Turkey lost 3-0 to Italy in their opener.
Who: Turkey v Wales
What: Group A, Euro 2020.
When: Wednesday 16 June, 5pm kick-off.
Where: Baku, Azerbaijan
What TV channel is Wales v Turkey on?
All matches at the European Championships will be on terrestrial television. Turkey v Wales will be broadcast live on BBC One. Coverage begins at 4pm.
The Group A fixture is also available to watch on S4C, with their coverage beginning at 4.15pm.
How can I live stream the match?
BBC coverage can also be live streamed via BBC iPlayer, while S4C's can be watched via S4C Clic.
What are the latest betting odds?
Turkey are the slight favourites to win the game.
Turkey win - 7/5
Draw - 2/1
Wales win - 23/10
Who is the Turkey v Wales referee?
Portuguese referee Artur Dias will take charge of proceedings in Baku.
He will be assisted by Rui Tavares and Paulo Soares. Bartosz Frankowski is the fourth official.
João Pinheiro is the video assistant referee.
Neither side has any major injury doubts. Talisman Gareth Bale is again expected to lead the attack for Wales while they will be looking to get more out of Aaron Ramsey.