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Switzerland - Germany predictions and free betting tips [23/06/2024]

Soccer
UEFA - EURO
Switzerland
Switzerland
Home
23.06.2024, 19:00
1 : 1
1:1 (1:0)
Germany
Germany
Away
Over (2.5)
Odds: 1.93Stake: 5/10
Pinnacle
lose
-5.0

Today, Switzerland will go head-to-head with Germany in the third round of Group A at Euro 2024 at the “Deutsche Bank Park” in Frankfurt.

Probable Line-ups

Germany: Manuel Neuer, Joshua Kimmich, Antonio Rüdiger, Jonathan Tah, Maximilian Mittelstädt, Robert Andrich, Emre Can, Jamal Musiala, İlkay Gündoğan, Florian Wirtz, Kai Havertz.

Switzerland: Yann Sommer, Fabian Schär, Manuel Akanji, Ricardo Rodríguez, Silvan Widmer, Granit Xhaka, Remo Freuler, Xherdan Shaqiri, Michel Aebischer, Kwadwo Duah.

Group A Scenarios

In Group A at Euro 2024, Germany is demonstrating solid leadership, having secured the maximum number of points and the best goal difference of 7:1 after two rounds. Switzerland holds 2nd place with 4 points after beating Hungary and drawing with Scotland. Scotland, with only 1 point, still holds theoretical chances of advancing provided they win the final match. Even after two defeats, Hungary is not entirely out of the tournament.

Germany has already secured their spot in the next stage and will face Switzerland. This match could be decisive for the Swiss in their pursuit of the top spot in the group. Hence, Nagelsmann is expected to field his strongest team and avoid experimentation against their toughest group opponent to maintain first place. A draw would suffice for the Swiss, ensuring their passage from the group in 2nd place without worrying about the parallel game. Scotland must win against Hungary, who are also out of tournament contention.

Switzerland

Under Murat Yakin’s guidance, Switzerland is showing strong results in the European Championship and has almost secured a play-off spot. The Swiss started with a confident 3:1 win over Hungary, where key goals came from Duah, Aebischer, and Embolo. This match underscored the team's commitment to an attacking and aggressive style of play. In the second round against Scotland, the game ended in a 1:1 draw, yet Switzerland looked assured despite the challenges posed by the well-organised Scottish defence. The team legend, Shaqiri, once again scored in a major tournament, setting a record.

Xherdan became the first footballer to score in six consecutive major tournaments and the first Swiss player to score in three different Euros—2016, 2020, and 2024. Switzerland is second in the group with 4 points, three points ahead of Scotland, giving them a comfortable lead before the final round. Should they fail against a strong German side, the Swiss could still advance, thanks to a better goal difference compared to Scotland, who face a tough game against Hungary. However, advancing to the play-offs is not guaranteed if Scotland wins big and Switzerland suffers a heavy defeat—though this seems unlikely.  

Germany

At the European Championship on home soil, Germany is showing very confident play under Julian Nagelsmann's leadership. Two unequivocal victories have made them the first team to secure a place in the play-offs. In the first round, Germany emphatically defeated Scotland 5:1 in Munich, with five different players, including Can and Füllkrug, scoring. Goals from future stars Jamal Musiala, Florian Wirtz, and Kai Havertz underscored the all-around strength of the German team. In the next match against Hungary in Stuttgart, Germany demonstrated the same confidence, winning 2:0. Musiala and Gündoğan scored, confirming Germany's status as one of the tournament favourites.

The Hungarians tried to compete, but Germany showed that they could easily respond to any threat from the opponent and expended exactly the amount of effort needed. A key figure in Germany's success has been Toni Kroos, who continues to demonstrate outstanding play. In the first match, he set a Euro record for passing accuracy at 99%, and in the next game, he made 124 accurate passes, showcasing not only his individual mastery but also his ability to control the game on the pitch. Additionally, Jamal Musiala's exceptional play should be noted, as he shares the top spot in the goal-scoring list with two goals.

Head-to-Head Encounters

In the 21st century, Germany and Switzerland have had several encounters, but no official matches in major international tournaments. The main highlights are their clashes in the Nations League, where they exchanged high-scoring draws: 1:1 in September 2020 and 3:3 in October 2020. Friendly matches saw Switzerland securing a notable 5:3 victory in 2012. In other friendlies, Germany was more often the stronger side, including 4:0 in 2008 and 3:1 in 2007.

Prediction for the Match: Switzerland vs Germany

Germany is unlikely to risk finishing second, so Nagelsmann will field his strongest side. While veterans like Kroos or Gündoğan might get some rest, the other leaders will take the pitch. Expect a win for the Bundesteam; they are a cut above Yakin's squad.

Prediction for Totals

Both teams have showcased vibrant football at this Euro, so expect the total goals to be over 2.5.

Match Events

17
'
R. Andrich
D. Ndoye
25
'
D. Ndoye
1 - 0
28
'
38
'
J. Tah
61
'
N. Schlotterbeck
61
'
D. Raum
65
'
M. Beier
K. Duah
65
'
R. Vargas
65
'
Z. Amdouni
65
'
G. Xhaka
67
'
76
'
L. Sane
76
'
N. Fullkrug
S. Widmer
81
'
90
'
N. Fullkrug
1 - 1
Switzerland
Germany

Match Statistics

Switzerland
Germany
34
Ball Possession
66
4
Shots
18
1
Shots off target
15
3
Shots on target
3
0
Counter Attacks
0
2
Corners
9
2
Offsides
2
14
Fouls
12
3
Yellow cards
1
0
Red Cards
0

Recent Games

SwitzerlandSwitzerland
Europe: Euro
19.06
2024
Scotland
1
Switzerland
1
d
Europe: Euro
15.06
2024
Hungary
1
Switzerland
3
w
World: Friendly International
08.06
2024
Switzerland
1
Austria
1
d
World: Friendly International
04.06
2024
Switzerland
4
Estonia
0
w
World: Friendly International
26.03
2024
Ireland
0
Switzerland
1
w
World: Friendly International
23.03
2024
Denmark
0
Switzerland
0
d
Europe: Euro - Qualification
21.11
2023
Romania
1
Switzerland
0
l
GermanyGermany
Europe: Euro
19.06
2024
Germany
2
Hungary
0
w
Europe: Euro
14.06
2024
Germany
5
Scotland
1
w
World: Friendly International
07.06
2024
Germany
2
Greece
1
w
World: Friendly International
03.06
2024
Germany
0
Ukraine
0
d
World: Friendly International
26.03
2024
Germany
2
Netherlands
1
w
World: Friendly International
23.03
2024
France
0
Germany
2
l
World: Friendly International
21.11
2023
Austria
2
Germany
0
w
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Head-to-head Statistics

Switzerland
Switzerland
2
Win
4
Draw
5
Win
Germany
Germany
13.10.2020
-
UEFA Nations League
Germany
3
3 : 3
Switzerland
3
06.09.2020
-
UEFA Nations League
Switzerland
1
1 : 1
Germany
1
26.05.2012
-
Friendly
Switzerland
5
5 : 3
Germany
3
26.03.2008
-
Friendly
Switzerland
0
0 : 4
Germany
4
06.02.2007
-
Friendly
Germany
3
3 : 1
Switzerland
1
01.06.2004
-
Friendly
Switzerland
0
0 : 2
Germany
2
25.04.2000
-
Friendly
Germany
1
1 : 1
Switzerland
1
22.06.1995
-
Friendly
Switzerland
1
1 : 2
Germany
2
18.12.1990
-
Friendly
Germany
4
4 : 0
Switzerland
0
08.06.1938
-
World Cup
Switzerland
4
4 : 2
Germany
2
03.06.1938
-
World Cup
Switzerland
1
1 : 1
Germany
1
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Team Comparison

Switzerland
Switzerland
vs
Germany
Germany
Switzerland
Country
Germany
Basel
Venue City
Berlin
M. Yakın
Coach
J. Nagelsmann
1895
Founded
1900
St. Jakob-Park
Venue Name
Olympiastadion Berlin
Yes
Is National Team
Yes

UEFA - EURO

Switzerland
Switzerland
vs
Germany
Germany
-
Rank
-
2
Win
1
2
Lose
1
0
Draw
1
5
Goals Scored
6
9
Goals Conceded
5
1
Clean Sheet
0

Goal Statistics

Switzerland
0
0.0%
1
20.0%
1
20.0%
3
60.0%
0
0.0%
0
0.0%
0-15'
15-30'
30-45'
45-60'
60-75'
75-90'
Germany
1
16.7%
0
0.0%
1
16.7%
0
0.0%
1
16.7%
3
50.0%
0-15'
15-30'
30-45'
45-60'
60-75'
75-90'
Avg First Goal Scored
Switzerland
42m
Germany
42m
Avg First Goal Conceded
Switzerland
42m
Germany
65m
Avg Goals Per Game Scored
Switzerland
1.25
Germany
2
Avg Goals Per Game Conceded
Switzerland
2.25
Germany
1.67

Trophies

Switzerland
Switzerland
Olympics (World)
2nd Place1
1924 Paris
Germany
Germany
FIFA World Cup (World)
Winner4
2014 Brazil, 1990 Italy, 1974 Germany, 1954 Switzerland
2nd Place4
2002 Korea Rep/Japan, 1986 Mexico, 1982 Spain, 1966 England
Winner3
1996 England, 1980 Italy, 1972 Belgium
2nd Place3
2008 Austria/Switzerland, 1992 Sweden, 1976 Yugoslavia
Winner1
2017 Russia
Winner3
1996 England, 1980 Italy, 1972 Belgium

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