Germany vs Switzerland

13th October 2020 – 20:45, RheinEnergieStadion, Koln

In the 4th round of the UEFA Nations League, Germany is going to host Switzerland. The hosts want to keep up in the race for the top spot in the group, while the away side wants to get away from the bottom of the table.

Match Preview & Team News

After three draws in a row, the home side booked a victory away to Ukraine and remained two points behind Spain on the half of the road. That was the first win for the Joachim Low’s team in this competition, and they want to book their place in the final tournament. Although Germany has been pretty efficient lately, the hosts cannot be satisfied with their defensive work. Manuel Neuer didn’t manage to keep the clean sheet in the last five occasions, which is something to worry about. The home side enjoys a good streak of nine matches without a defeat, but they drew four times during that run. Germany is searching for crucial points at their pitch, which can keep them in the battle for the top spot in the group.

On the other hand, Switzerland is struggling to remain in the top division of the UEFA Nations League. They have picked up just a point from the previous three rounds, and that one came against their upcoming rivals. That match was the only one where the visitors remained undefeated in the last four occasions. Although Vladimir Petkovic’s side scored in the past five games, they also failed to keep their net intact. Switzerland is two points behind Ukraine, and they need to improve their displays as soon as possible. This clash is going to be their last away match in the campaign, and an excellent chance to prepare for the decisive games in November at their pitch.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Although Germany hasn’t been too convincing lately, the hosts are firm favorites in this clash. We believe they are going to pick up all three points and continue chasing the top spot.

Goals Market Prediction

Both sides have been involved in high scoring matches lately, and this one shouldn’t be much different. Their defenses are not tight enough, while both teams scored in the last five games. The one should go over 2.5 margin.

Germany vs Switzerland

Germany to win @ 1.50

Over 2.5 FT @ 1.60

Correct score 2:1 @ 8.00