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Switzerland vs Spain – Match Preview, Tips, Odds
- Switzerland and Spain played 1-1 in 3 of their last 4 meetings.
- Switzerland are unbeaten in their previous 5 home matches.
- Spain managed to score at least once in their previous 16 matches.
Switzerland vs Spain betting tips, predictions and match preview. Latest team news, head to head stats and verdict on the big UEFA Nations League match in round 3 at Stade de Geneve.
There is another round of fixtures in the UEFA Nations League, and one of these has Switzerland up against Spain. They will kick off this third round fixture on Thursday at Stade de Geneve.
Whereas hosts Switzerland sit as number 14 in the FIFA world ranking, visitors Spain arrive as number 7. It certainly has the look of a close encounter on Thursday.
Switzerland have zero points as number four after the first two rounds of group games, with Spain number three on two points.
Switzerland will feel disappointed after losing both of their first two fixtures. A third defeat on the bounce could already call the curtain down on their chances in the UEFA Nations League this season.
Switzerland presents an average of just 1.6 goals per game in their last ten games. They scored a moderate 16 times, while also conceding 23. This amounts to an average of 2.3 per game in which, they kept their opponents from scoring in one match.
On the plus side Spain are still undefeated in their UEFA Nations League group. On the downside they are still chasing their first win, but how much are they willing to risk?
When it comes to goal-scoring Spain are not the most prolific side. They scored a sustainable 19 times in their previous ten matches, making it 1.9 goals per game. They conceded nine goals for an average of 0.9 a game, achieving a clean sheet in three of these matches.
Switzerland vs Spain H2H
It finished all square on when Switzerland last faced Spain. With both denying to back down, the scoreboard said 1-1 in the end. The best betting odds on a draw at full-time with the bookies are at 3.50. Switzerland won 20% of their last meetings against Spain for at total record of 1-2-2, as their next visitors won one match. A record worth keeping in mind before you make a choice for your next accumulator, depending on your betting strategy.
A draw was the best Switzerland could muster in their previous three games. They claimed a 1-1 draw against Kosovo, before getting trounced 2-1 against Czech Republic. Last time out, more disappointment followed as Portugal ran out 4-0 winners.
Switzerland enjoy a record of zero wins, zero draws and two defeats in the UEFA Nations League this season.
Switzerland are unbeaten in their previous 5 home matches.
Spain are unbeaten in their previous three matches, winning 5-0 against Iceland, before sharing the points in a 1-1 draw with Portugal. Another draw followed, this time 2-2 against Czech Republic.
Spain enjoy a record of zero wins, two draws and zero defeats in the UEFA Nations League this season. Spain managed to score at least once in their previous 16 matches.
Spain managed a decent return of three wins in their last six away matches, in which they scored 11 while also conceding ten times. They also experienced one draw and two defeats.
Spain have three on the list of injured and absent players before their next match against Switzerland this coming Thursday.
Names like Thiago Alcantara, Eric Garcia and Ansu Fati most likely won't be deemed fit enough to play Switzerland.