Switzerland vs Spain prediction

Switzerland

Switzerland

Spain

Spain

  • Europe - Nations League
  • Date: Thursday, 9th June 2022
  • Kick-off at 19:45 UK/20:45 CET
  • Venue: Stade de Geneve 

Betting tips Switzerland vs Spain

Switzerland have a disappointing start to the Nations League. After a 2-1 loss Czech Republic and a 4-0 vs Portugal, Murat Yakin's side is the last on the table. The Portuguese side dominated in the previous game, so it is no wonder Switzerland recorded another loss. 

Switzerland have a big problem in defense. They have allowed nine goals in the last four matches. Also, four of the previous five Swiss games went over 2.5 goals. 

On the other hand, Spain started with two points. They played 1-1 against Portugal and 2-2 vs the Czech Republic. 

Spain are a solid attacking team. They have scored ten goals in the last four matches. Also, Spain went over 2.5 goals in three of those four games. 

Over 2.5 goals should be the best bet for this tie.

Switzerland vs Spain Head to Head (H2H) stats

  1. Switzerland

    1 : 1

    Spain

  2. Spain

    1 : 0

    Switzerland

  3. Spain

    1 : 1

    Switzerland

  4. Spain

    0 : 1

    Switzerland

Last matches of Switzerland

  1. Switzerland

    1 : 1

    Kosovo

    Friendly International

  2. England

    2 : 1

    Switzerland

    Friendly International

  3. Switzerland

    4 : 0

    Bulgaria

    Friendly International

  4. Italy

    1 : 1

    Switzerland

    Friendly International

  5. Lithuania

    0 : 4

    Switzerland

    Friendly International

Last matches of Spain

  1. Spain

    5 : 0

    Iceland

    Friendly International

  2. Spain

    2 : 1

    Albania

    Friendly International

  3. Spain

    1 : 0

    Sweden

    Friendly International

  4. Greece

    0 : 1

    Spain

    Friendly International

  5. Italy

    0 : 0

    Spain

    Friendly International

Switzerland

Switzerland Team News

After successful autumn, Murat Yakin is in all kinds of problems after the fourth game in a row without a win. The Swiss lacked a plan and mentality to defend themself against a superior opponent. Murat Yakin is trying to rotate the squad, but the Swiss team doesn't have enough depth to compete like that at the highest level. For example, Fabian Schar and Fabian Frei were central defenders in Lisbon, but both lacked speed, so Portugal had too many good opportunities. Yakin could also rotate against Spain, but at least that will help our bet. 

Spain

Spain Team News

Spain have problems in defense. According to the stats, Luis Enrique's team dominated in Prague, but still, the home side scored two goals. Of course, Spain was in that match against a few regular players. The Spanish coach will probably rotate against Switzerland too. Marco Asensio could get the start as he impressed coming as a substitute against the Czech Republic. 

Switzerland vs Spain Predicted Lineup

This is the predicted lineup, starting 11 and formations may change.

Switzerland vs Spain Predicted Lineup

Sommer

Lotomba

Akanji

Elvedi

Rodriguez

Aebischer

Shaqiri

Freuler

Steffen

Embolo

Vargas

Raya

Azpilicueta

Torres

Llorente

Alba

Gavi

Rodri

Koke

Asensio

Morata

Torres

Reasons why you should bet on over 2.5 goals

  • Switzerland have allowed nine goals in the last four matches
  • Switzerland went over 2.5 goals in four of the previous five games
  • Spain have scored ten goals in the last four matches
  • Spain went over 2.5 goals in three of the previous four games

Main prediction Switzerland - Spain

Over 2.5 goals

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winrate

57% winrate

wins

1 wins in a row

During 15 years of betting, Nemanja gradually improved his skills to help others bet wisely. He's been playing basketball on a youth level, but is interested basically in every sport, especially football and tennis.

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Switzerland vs Spain - FAQ

? Where to watch?
The match you can find officially on the Arena Sport channel.
? Who could be the goalscorer for Switzerland?
Breel Embolo, who scored nine Bundesliga goals last season.
? Who could be the goalscorer for Spain?
Alvaro Morata, who scored nine Serie A goals last season.