Spain – Switzerland match preview
Another entertaining match to feature this Saturday among other six set games, Spain hosting Switzerland League A, Group. 4, Round 3.
Spain, who are currently top of the group with four points to show from their previous games, will be keen to register back-to-back wins in the 2020/21 UEFA Nations League
- Spain have played five, won three, drawn two European Championship, Qualification.
- Spain have recorded at least two goals in it’s five games qualification games.
- In the three games that Spain won, registered over 3.5 goals
- On the other hand Switzerland have played six European Championship Qualification; won four time drawn one and lost one match.
- Out of the six matches Switzerland have managed to keep three clean sheets.
Spain will be without Real Madrid right-back Dani Carvajal for their two consecutive UEFA Nations League qualifiers. Sevilla’s Jesus Navas is expected to get to play to the right-back where Sergi Roberto started against Portugal on Wednesday.
Fabian Ruiz is quarantined, this is according to the report from Napoli after two positive cases of coronavirus reported, leading up to their postponed clash with Juventus at the weekend, therefore Spain national team will miss his services. Both Thiago and Fabian would likely have started against Switzerland on Saturday.
David de Gea is ready to feature in the match after Kepa started their barren draw with Portugal in midweek. Manuel Akanji is ruled out with the virus, however. Renato Steffen is injured.
Head to head
The last encounter between these pairs was in international friendly in 2018 whereby the teams drew 1-1.
These teams have met thrice, twice in the World Cup and once international friendly.
In their World Cup encounter was the 1994 and 2010 whereby each team had a taste of a win
In 1994 spain thrashed Switzerland 3-0
The hosts have been the favourites heading to the clash. These pair drew in their last encounter 1-1 Our topbets pundits believe Spain will change the scoreboard and carry the day. betway is backing the host to win at odds of 1.41while 1XBet has 1.405 for the same outcome.
Over 2.5 1.86 1Xbet odds and 1.75 odds for Betway.
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