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/ ANATOLII STEPANOV/Getty ImagesSwitzerland's loss to Ukraine was a first defeat in four games, following three wins on the bounce towards the end of last year. Nonetheless, it means that the Nati have won just once away in their last six outings, including their Nations League finals defeats to Portugal and England. While away form has proved to cost the Swiss, they can be a formidable force at home. Switzerland are unbeaten in their last 16 competitive games at home, a remarkable run stretching all the way back to November 2014. With Belgium and Portugal among those to have been beaten in recent years, there is every chance that Germany could join that list. Germany celebrate scoring against Spain.


This will be Switzerland's first meeting with Germany for eight years, when they sealed an impressive 5-3 win in a friendly in Basel. Another goal-filled encounter would be welcomed by neutrals, but it is a must-win game for both Vladimir Petković and Joachim Löw. When Is Kick Off? Sunday 6 SeptemberWhat Time Is Kick Off? 19: (BST)Where Is it Played? St.

((LIVE STREAM!!)) Switzerland v Germany live 25 May 2023

7 goals per gameThe Over has hit in 5 of Switzerland’s 7 games so farThe Over has cashed in 4 of Germany’s last 6 gamesSwitzerland vs Germany Live Stream Available NowYou can watch Switzerland vs Germany live in the IIHF World Championships (14:20 BST). Verdict Switzerland v Germany Switzerland cruised through the group stage and are likely to be too much for Germany in this one. Switzerland -1. 5 Line @1. 86 - 4 Units Deposit $500 Get $1000 with promo code NEWBONUS Claim the maximum new Stake bonus offer now when you join with promo code NEWBONUS. Deposit $500. Get $1000.

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Head To HeadSwitzerland lead the series 34-18 since 2009Switzerland won 4-3 when the teams last met in May 2022Switzerland FormSwitzerland won six of their seven games to finish top of the group, with their sole defeat coming in a ‘dead rubber’. The Swiss opened the tournament with a string of shutout victories, blowing out Slovenia 7-0 before beating Norway 3-0 and Kazakhstan 5-0.

twitter. com/2oCmNXFK2O— UEFA Nations League (@EURO2020) September 3, 2020Switzerland also failed to win on the opening matchday, falling to a disappointing defeat against Ukraine. Despite Haris Seferović drawing the Schweizer Nati level to cancel out Andriy Yarmolenko's opener, a superb effort from Oleksandr Zinchenko condemned the Swiss to a 2-1 loss in western Ukraine.

Jakob-Park, BaselTV Channel/Live Stream? Sky Sports Football (UK), fuboTV (US)ℹ️ @kaihavertz29 has left the team hotel in Stuttgart. #DieMannschaft pic. com/KyY7dmmjxc— Germany (@DFB_Team_EN) September 4, 2020Despite being called up for September's Nations League fixtures, Kai Havertz has left Germany's team hotel ahead of his impending move to Chelsea. The German starlet looks all but certain to complete his transfer to west London, meaning he will all but miss out in Sunday's key clash. Elsewhere, Löw is still without his Bayern Munich quartet of Manuel Neuer, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka and Serge Gnabry, while Marc-André ter Stegen and Marco Reus are both injured. Switzerland were without several injured players when naming their squad, including Liverpool forward Xherdan Shaqiri.

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The Swiss star has now missed their last six games, with his place in Petković's setup looking in peril ahead of EURO 2020 next summer. The Nati are also missing Fabian Schär, Denis Zakaria, Remo Freuler, Admir Mehmedi and Cedric Itten, who all have respective injuries. Eray Cömert, François Moubandje and Edimilson Fernandes were all dropped, leaving a number of gaping holes in the Swiss squad. Switzerland celebrate their goal against Ukraine.

They finally conceded in their fourth outing of the tournament, but that did not prevent them from beating Slovakia 4-2. Switzerland followed that up with a 3-2 win against Canada in a top-of-the-table clash, before seeing off the Czech Republic. They were unable to complete a perfect group stage though, losing 4-3 in overtime to Latvia. The Swiss cruised into the quarter-finals and have winning games by a comfortable margin. Switzerland are 6-1 at the tournament so farSwitzerland are winning by an average of 2.

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