Germany will be keen on making back to back wins in their bid for the UEFA Nations League. Next on their list is Switzerland this week. The match schedules for Tuesday night with kickoff at 9:45 pm.
A 2-1 win last weekend over Ukraine previous weekend was enough to see Low’s side gain five points. Switzerland suffered a 1-0 loss to Spain that saw the side move to the bottom of Group 4 last weekend.
Germany starts off their League A Group 4 campaign on a high note following back to back draws over Switzerland and Spain. The side broke the curse following a triumphant 2-1 win over Ukraine on Saturday night.
After a poor display, goals from Ginter and Goretka was enough to secure their first win in the Group 4. Die Mannschaft finished off the previous 2018-19 edition of the UEFA Nations League at the bottom of the table. The side only managed to pick two points from their last four matches against Netherlands and France.
Switzerland suffered an early goal from Mikel Oyarzabal that saw the side succumb to a 1-0 defeat last Saturday night. Petkovic’s side is currently at the bottom of Group 4 with only one point from their previous three matches.
The Swiss side will be looking to relive their 2018-19 edition of the tournament where they finished above Belgium despite losing out to Portugal.
Germany vs Switzerland Head to Head
Both sides have nine matches against each other with Germany taking home five wins while Switzerland with two wins. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
Ukraine 1-2 Germany
Germany 3-3 Turkey
Switzerland 1-1 Germany
Germany 1-1 Spain
Germany 6-1 Northern Ireland
Spain 1-0 Switzerland
Switzerland 1-2 Croatia
Switzerland 1-1 Germany
Ukraine 2-1 Switzerland
Gibraltar 1-6 Switzerland
Germany Team News
Low expects to make significant changes in the starting IX this Tuesday night. We hope to see Timo Werner, Emre Can and Kai Havertz makes their way to the starting XI this weekend. The middle of the park is likely to feature Joshua Kimmich and Toni Kross.
Switzerland Team News
Team captain Granit Xhaka expects to lead the middle of the park this Tuesday night. Djibril Sow will join him in the midfield. Xherdan Xhaqiri will feature after testing negative for coronavirus despite an early positive test.
Prediction and Odds
Both sides have had a rough start to the group matches, but we expect Germany to pull off a surprise win.
Both Teams to Score
Goals Over 2.5