Wales and Switzerland will be looking to make positive starts to Euro 2020 when they face off in Group A on Saturday at 2pm.
The Dragons are in back-to-back European Championships for the first time, while Switzerland are appearing in their fifth final tournament in seven editions.
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Where to watch Wales vs Switzerland on TV:
- UK: BBC One
- US: ESPN
Scoreline prediction: Wales 0-1 Switzerland
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Wales vs Switzerland build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Wales fans will still remember Euro 2016 fondly, when their side reached the semi-final of the tournament, topping their group ahead of England and beating Northern Ireland and Belgium before Portugal brought the dream journey to an end. There would be no consecutive major tournaments as Wales failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup but they did make it back-to-back Euros with a second-placed finish in qualifying Group E. Led by Ryan Giggs, Wales won four, drew two and lost to of their eight qualifying matches to finish a point ahead of third-placed Slovakia to reach just their third major tournament. But they face a tough task in the group, up against Turkey, Italy and Switzerland.
Since their first qualification at Euro 96, Switzerland have only failed to qualify for the European Championships in 2000 and 2012, hosting the tournament in 2008. Switzerland have, however, now qualified for the past four major tournaments including the 2014 and 2018 World Cups. They reached Euro 2020 by topping Group D, finishing one point clear of second-placed Denmark, with five wins and two draws from their eight games. Their only defeat came against Denmark, but a 6-1 win over Gibraltar on the final day of the group stage was enough to secure top spot.
- Wales (vs Albania): Hennessey; Davies, Ampadu, Mepham; Williams, Allen, Ramsey, Levitt, Norrington-Davies; Brooks, Roberts.
- Switzerland (vs Liechtenstein): Mvogo; Comert, Schar, Omeragic; Mbabu, Freuler, Sow, Zuber; Shaqiri; Mehmedi, Gavranovic..
Neither side has any injury concerns going into the tournament.
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Players to watch:
- Wales: Although he is not the power he was at Euro 2016, almost looking a different player, Gareth Bale remains the most important man for Wales. The 31-year-old is a more attacking player for Wales, often leading the line either as a sole striker or part of a duo, but he hasn’t been too lucky in front of goal, last scoring in October 2019. However, in his past seven appearances for Wales he has recorded four assists and he ended the 2020/21 Premier League campaign with 11 goals in just 923 minutes.
- Switzerland: The main man for Switzerland looks set to be Haris Seferovic, who enters the tournament off the back of a good season with Benfica. Although Benfica finished third, some way off rivals and title winners Sporting CP, Seferovic scored 22 goals in 31 league appearances. Only Sporting’s Pote (23) managed more in the division, and Seferovic has a decent recent record for Switzerland, scoring two goals in four appearances in 2021.
The main man for Switzerland at Euro 2020 looks set to be Haris Seferovic, who enters the tournament off the back of a good season with Benfica. Although he could not inspire them to the title, Seferovic scored 22 goals in 31 league games for Benfica, with only Sporting’s Pote (23) managing more in the Primeira Liga.
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