Watch Italy vs Austria in Thailand and Myanmar: Live Stream, Online, TV Channels for Free
|How to Watch Italy vs Austria in Thailand and Myanmar: Live Stream, Online, TV Channels for Free|
For the upcoming clash between Italy and Austria at Euro 2020's last - 16 round, Italy starts as favorites. Almost all the football prediction and betting platforms have placed Italy ahead of Austria.
How to watch Italy and Austria online in Thailand and Myanmar
Watch Italy and Austria via NBT2HD channel (Thailand)
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Watch Italy and Austria via Sky Net (Myanmar)
SKYNET Direct to Home (DTH) is a Satellite television pay TV operator provided nationwide in Myanmar by Shwe Than Lwin Media Co.,Ltd. It was launched in November 2010. Sky Net broadcasts a total 113 SD channels and 10 HD channels via Apstar 7 satellite. It also provides internet services in the Pacific Asia area. The company is owned by Sino-Burmese businessman, Kyaw Win who is also the chairman of Skynet. Skynet have media staff and employ more than 2000.
SKYNET DTH was first launched with 124 channels including Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, German Bundesliga, French Ligue 1, Hero I-League, IPL, CCL, American Major League Soccer, Australian A-League, NBA and other sports and entertainment. It later expanded to 80 channels and acquired media rights of competitions held by UEFA (Euro 2012, UEFA Champions League, Europa League).
Euro 2020 last 16 fixtures
Saturday, June 26th
Wales vs Denmark (5pm) - Amsterdam
Italy vs Austria (8pm; 2 a.m Thailand, Myanmar time)
Sunday, June 27th
Netherlands vs Czech Republic (5pm) - Budapest
Belgium vs Portugal (8pm) - Seville
Monday, June 28th
Croatia vs Spain (5pm) - Copenhagen
France vs Switzerland (8pm) - Bucharest
Tuesday, June 29th
England vs Germany (5pm) - Wembley
Sweden vs Ukraine (8pm) - Hampden Park
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Italy vs Austria: Head-to-Head
It would be completely unwise to judge the current form of both the teams by considering the head-to-head record of both the teams. The last time the two teams met was back in 2008 and it has been almost 13 years since the two teams were involved in any one-on-one match across all the tournaments.
However, before the Saturday night match, the two teams have played 35 matches against each other. They have had almost equal number of wins. Italy have won 16 matches while Austria defeated Italy on 11 occasions.
The last match between the two teams was an international friendly which ended in a 2-2 goal draw.
Italy are unbeaten in their last 13 meetings with Austria in all competitions (W10 D3) since a 1-2 friendly loss in December 1960. This is the first match between the sides since a 2-2 friendly draw in August 2008.
Italy have won all four of their meetings with Austria at major international tournaments, with all four such games coming in the World Cup – 1-0 in 1934, 1-0 in 1978, 1-0 in 1990 and 2-1 in 1998.
Seven of Italy’s 14 knockout stage games in the European Championship have been drawn (W4 L3). Of these seven draws, they’ve won two and lost three via a penalty shootout, won once via a coin toss and the other went to a replay which they eventually won.
Italy are currently unbeaten in 30 games (W25 D5), the joint-longest run in their history, equalling a run under Vittorio Pozzo between 1935 and 1939.
This is Austria’s first ever appearance in the knockout stages of the European Championship, and their first in the knockout stage of any major tournament since the 1954 World Cup, when they reached the semi-final.
Italy have won two of their 13 matches that were held in London (D5 L6), and are winless in five matches there (D3 L2) since beating England 1-0 in 1997 in a World Cup qualifier at Wembley, with Gianfranco Zola scoring the only goal.
Austria have lost four of their six games in London in all competitions (W1 D1), with this their first visit to the English capital since a 7-0 friendly defeat in September 1973 (vs England). Their only previous game in London which wasn’t against England came in the 1948 Olympic games, a 3-0 loss to Sweden.
Italy have kept a clean sheet in each of their last 11 matches in all competitions, going 1055 minutes (17 hours and 35 minutes) without conceding since a Donny van de Beek goal for the Netherlands last October. One more clean sheet will see them equal their record for consecutive games without conceding (12), set between 1972 and 1974.
Italy had 60 shots across their three games in the group stages, with their average of 20 shots-per-game their highest on record in a single edition of the European Championship (since 1980).
David Alaba created nine chances in the group stages, at least four more than any other Austria player. Four of these came in Austria’s 1-0 win against Ukraine last time out.
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