Germany
Germany
VS
Switzerland
Switzerland
International
International
Nations League A
13.10.2020
20:45
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MATCH ABOUT TO START
RheinEnergieStadion
Köln

Germany - Switzerland betting tip & odds comparison 13.10.2020

In gameweek 4 of Nations League A, Germany will host Switzerland at RheinEnergieStadion. Kick-off is scheduled for 8:45 PM on Oct 13, 2020 With our match prediction and odds comparison for Germany vs. Switzerland you are guaranteed to get all the important facts and details for this fixture. First and foremost, we will take a close look at the teams' recent performances.

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Germany were victorious in 1 of their previous 5 league matches (1 win, 3 draws, 1 defeat. In the current Nations League A season 2020/2021, Germany were able to win 0 of their 1 game at home, with a total of 1 draw, and 0 defeats (Goal difference 1:1).

In their last 5 Nations League A fixtures, Switzerland have won 0 games (0 wins, 1 draw, 4 defeats). In all previous Nations League A matches away from home, Switzerland have a negative record: 0 wins, 0 draws and 2 defeats - Goal difference 1:3.

A head-to-head comparison of the two teams in their last five Nations League A clashes shows that Germany managed to get 2 wins, while in 1 match, Switzerland snatched the three points. In 2 encounters between the two teams, the points were shared. If we solely focus on the home record of Germany against Switzerland, the stats are as follows: 1 win Germany, 1 draw and 0 wins for Switzerland.

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Germany vs Switzerland, UNL

Germany will be looking for their second consecutive win in the 2020/21 UEFA Nations League when they host Switzerland on Tuesday night at the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne.

GERMANY

After a surprisingly slow start to this campaign, with back-to-back draws against Spain and Switzerland Germany dusted themselves up at the weekend with a 2-1 away win at Ukraine on Saturday night. It was not exactly a vintage Germany performance but goals from Matthias Ginter and Leon Goretzka gave them a comfortable 2-0 cushion. Ruslan Malinovskyi’s late penalty ensured a tight finish but Germany held on to claim three vital points at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, leaving them just two points behind the group leaders Spain.

Coach Low is determined to have a better performance in this competition following a poor showing in the 2019/19 edition where they finished bottom of their group.

They played out to a 1-1 draw in the reverse match but Low did not have most of his key players then. He is expecting to have a full team to choose from for this match.

SWITZERLAND

Switzerland come into this match on the back of a 1-0 loss to Spain at the weekend which left them bottom of the group having lost two and drawn one of their three games. They gifted Spain an early goal with a defensive mix-up and provided little challenge to Spain with De Gea largely remaining a bystander for much of the game as Spain sucked them out of the game by dominating the possession. Their only point in the group ironically came in the reverse draw at home to Germany.

The Rossocrociati had a successful outing in the 2018-19 edition of this competition, topping their section which had Belgium in it before losing to eventual winners Portugal in the semi-finals and England on penalties in the third-place playoff following a dour goalless draw.

Replicating that performance has proven to be very difficult this time but coach Vladimir Petković insists they will fight to the end.

Possible Line Ups

GERMANY SWITZERLAND
  • Neuer
  • Can
  • Sule
  • Rudiger
  • Klostermann
  • Kimmich
  • Kroos
  • Halstenberg
  • Gnabry
  • Werner
  • Havertz
  • Coach: Joachim Low
  • Sommer
  • Benito
  • Rodriguez
  • Schar
  • Elvedi
  • Widmer
  • Sow
  • Xhaka
  • Freuler
  • Seferovic
  • Shaqiri
  • Coach: Vladimir Petković
Injured: None and None

GERMANY V SWITZERLAND MATCH PREVIEW AND BETTING TIPS

Germany started the campaign slow mostly because they were fielding teams that were by and large without the Bayern Munich contingent who are actually the backbone of the German national team. They were given some time off to recuperate following a long and drenching season in which the German club was destroying everything and everyone on the way to a historic haul of four major trophies. With everyone now coming back, they seem set to get right back to business. They were in total control despite the late drama on Saturday night in Ukraine and we are backing to make it back-to-back wins here @ 1.45 with Blackbet as our first betting tip.

These two teams played out to an entertaining 1-1 draw in the reverse fixture. With key players for either side, including Shaqiri for Switzerland and Chelsea duo Kai Havertz and Timo Werner expected to make the starting lineups, we could be in for yet another exciting tie. Both sides are motivated to go for a win here and the potential for goals is certainly there. In light of this, we are going for Over 2.5 goals @ 1.56 with Blackbet as our final tip for the game.

Our tips

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Performance

Germany
Germany
Last games

Germany performance of the last 5 home matches

Victories
40%
Over 2.5
40%
Switzerland
Switzerland
Last games

Switzerland performance of the last 5 away matches

Victories
20%
Over 2.5
60%

Current Standing

POS TEAM PTS MP W D L GF GA GD
1
1
Spain
Spain
11 6 3 2 1 13 3 10
1
2
Germany
Germany
9 6 2 3 1 10 13 -3
1
3
Switzerland
Switzerland
6 6 1 3 2 9 8 1
1
4
Ukraine
Ukraine
6 6 2 0 4 5 13 -8
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