Wednesday will see the next matchday of Euro Fantasy Football start.

And, unlike Tuesday, we’ll once more see three excursions taking place with 2 PM, 5 PM and 8 PM kick-offs times in the UK.

The very first clash of the day will see Finland and Russia face off. The prior picked up a surprise win vs Denmark last time outside and they could possibly secure 2nd spot in Group B with a win on Wednesday.

Turkey and Wales are subsequently set to face off at 5PM, with either side in desperate need of a win to keep their hopes of securing a top-two spot in their group alive.

Along with the final game of the day will visit Italy, who seriously impressed in their opening tie vs Turkey, take on Switzerland.

Finland: Jukka Raitala picked up a calf injury at the conclusion of Finland’s win over Denmark and is now a doubt for Wednesday’s game.

Russia: Andrey Mostovoy has left the Russia camp after testing positive for Covid-19.

Yuri Zhirkov was also forced off vs Belgium using a muscle injury and is being assessed. No further details have been supplied yet.

Turkey: Turkey possess no injury concerns before facing off with Wales.

Wales: Wales have no injury issues ahead of confronting Turkey.

Italy: Alessandro Florenzi suffered a H accident vs Turkey and is a doubt to face Switzerland.

Marcos Verratti is making good progress after recovering from a knee issue back in May but his participation vs Switzerland is not nailed-on at present.

Switzerland: Switzerland have no known accident issues at present.

Leonardo Spinazzola, Italy (5.5m)

Ahead of Euro 2020 getting penalized, Italy looked set to be one of the best sides to chose defensive choices from.

And, vs Turkey, Leonardo Spinazzola demonstrated that was indeed the case.

The left-back, of course, earned a fresh sheet as Italy secured a dominant win over Turkey.

But Spinazzola was also one of Italy’s more dangerous attacking threats against Turkey, earning himself a help on the afternoon.

So, with Italy also anticipated to dominate Switzerland, the Roma defender once again looks set for a fantastic EFF pick this week.

As we have already detailed on website, the majority of Italy’s attacking play was expected to go through Ciro Immobile.

And, vs Turkey, that really been shown to be the situation.

The Lazio hitman scored one and provided a help as Gli Azzurri place three previous Turkey, making Immobile nine points out of MD1. Just Romelu Lukaku and Cristiano Ronaldo outscored the Italian out of all forward during the first round of games.

At 10m, Immobile does seem to represent a really wise choice for your side.

Finland picked up a 1-0 win over Denmark this weekend.

Finland had just one shot game, but managed to carry out for the win thanks to some severe heroics from Lukas Hradecky.

The protagonist made innumerable saves and has been rewarded for his efforts with a staggering 12 points on EFF.

And, with Russia arguably a weaker side than Denmark, would we once more watch Hradecky impressing this game week?

Italy are, by quite some space, the best side in actions on June 16th.

So, it would make sense to get among their players as your captain. And, with Immobile so key to Roberto Mancini’s attack, he’s likely to be your very best option.

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