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Gareth Bale says Wales ready for hostile reception against Turkey
The tournament enters its second round of group stage fixtures on Wednesday, with Finland meeting Russia in St Petersburg (2pm GMT), Turkey taking on Wales in Baku (5pm) and, finally, Roberto Mancinis impressive Italy side facing Switzerland at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
For Wales, todays clash is potentially a must-win for both sides as far as securing qualification for the last 16 is concerned and Turkey are expected to have the vast majority of support inside Bakus Olympic Stadium.
The 69,870-capacity arena in the Azeri capital will be almost half full following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, with around 34,000 expected to be present.
But only a few hundred Wales supporters will be in attendance, having ignored the advice of the Welsh government and made the 3,000-mile trip to the shores of the Caspian Sea.
Captain Gareth Bale isnt worried about the deficit, however.
Obviously wed prefer to be playing in front of 34,000 Wales fans, but its not meant to be. You feed off the atmosphere. Of course theyre not saying great things, but I guess you want to silence them, he said.
You feed off the atmosphere. Of course theyre not saying great things, but I guess you want to silence them.
Phil Blanche has more from the Real Madrid attacker hoping to emulate his illustrious clubmates example yesterday.
The 69,870-capacity Olympic Stadium will be almost half full with a crowd of around 34,000 expected.