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In this Euro Champ Qualifying clash, Switzerland take on Belarus, and we’re here to provide you with a comprehensive preview of what to expect from this highly anticipated match. Our in-depth analysis will cover everything from predictions and team news to possible lineups, giving you a complete picture of what’s at stake.
|Switzerland vs Belarus Islands Betting Tips|
|Switzerland Win to Nil||40/85|
Belarus may find themselves on the brink of elimination from Euro 2024 qualification, but they aren’t going down without a fight. Their recent spirited draw with Romania showcased their determination. Switzerland, on the other hand, faces uncertainty due to the postponed game in Israel, but they are unwavering in their quest to secure a spot in the prestigious tournament.
Switzerland have had its fair share of challenges in Group I, with two draws out of six matches. However, a victory on Sunday would see them comfortably leading the pack by seven points, solidifying their position as a frontrunner in the group. They have faced tough competition from Kosovo and Romania, with their only win in three outings coming against minnows Andorra. Nonetheless, their 5-0 victory over Belarus in the reverse fixture in March still lingers as a testament to their capabilities.
For Belarus, the situation appears dire as they struggle to score goals. While they haven’t found the back of the net in three successive matches, they’ve remained resolute defensively, conceding just one last-gasp goal in Israel. Their recent goalless draw with Romania and a 2-1 win over Kosovo, albeit under different management, have shown glimpses of potential. However, Belarus face the challenge of securing a competitive away victory, with their last one dating back to September 2020 when they defeated Kazakhstan in a UEFA Nations League fixture.
In terms of team news, Switzerland is likely to maintain a similar starting lineup to the one that played against Andorra. Yann Sommer is expected to return as the goalkeeper, while Denis Zakaria is a strong option in midfield. Zeki Amdouni, who has already netted five goals in this campaign, is likely to lead the attack.
Belarus, on the other hand, may have to make two changes in midfield due to injuries to Maks Ebong and Vladislav Klimovich. Valeriy Bocherov and Valeriy Gromyko are the top candidates to fill these positions in the lineup.
Switzerland: Sommer; Rodriguez, Elvedi, Akanji; Vargas, Xhaka, Freuler, Steffen; Shaqiri; Amdouni, Itten
Belarus: Ignatovich; Yuzepchuk, Politevich, Polyakov, Volkov, Pechenin; Bocherov, Gromyko, Korzun; Kontsevoy, Morozov
Switzerland are the clear favourites in this matchup, boasting a more robust track record in the competition. Belarus have shown defensive resilience, but their struggle to score goals and secure away victories could be their downfall. We predict a 2-0 victory for Switzerland in this encounter.
Belarus demonstrated their defensive capabilities in the previous week, earning a commendable draw against Romania. However, they are unlikely to possess enough quality to challenge Switzerland on their home turf. The hosts are expected to secure a comfortable victory.