UEFA Euro 2024 QF3 – England vs Switzerland: Match Preview, Prediction and More

England and Switzerland are scheduled to face each other in the quarter-final clash of the UEFA Euro 2024 at the  Merkur Spiel Arena in Dusseldorf on Saturday. While Gareth Southgate’s men defeated Slovakia 2-1 in the Round of 16 clash, Switzerland eliminated defending champions Italy to reach the quarter-finals.

England have scored four goals so far in the tournament after playing four matches with Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane scoring two goals each. Switzerland, on the other hand, scored seven goals with seven different players entering the score sheet.

England vs Switzerland:  Preview

The Three Lions and the Red Crosses have faced each other 27 times with England dominating the matchup with 19 wins while the latter won three games and five ended in draws. England are unbeaten in their last 13 games against Switzerland across all competitions with 10 wins and three draws.

England have defeated Switzerland in their last five matches including the third-place playoff match at the UEFA Nations League 2019. Apart from that, England have never lost a game against Switzerland in major competitions including the FIFA World Cup and the European Championship.

England vs Switzerland: Prediction

While England managed an edge over Switzerland in their head-to-head fixtures, the latter have managed a better European Championship season than England in terms of their attacking approach. England are heavily relied on their star players Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane while Switzerland have witnessed various players stepping up on different occasions.

SportsTiger Prediction: England 2-1 Switzerland

England vs Switzerland: Predicted Lineups

  • England Predicted XI: Jordan Pickford; Kyle Walker, Marc Guehi, John Stones; Kieran Trippier, Jude Bellingham, Declan Rice, Phil Foden, Bukayo Saka; Harry Kane, Ivan Toney
  • Switzerland Predicted XI: Yann Sommer; Fabian Schar, Manuel Akanji, Ricardo Rodriguez; Silvan Widmer, Remo Freuler, Granit Xhaka, Michel Aebischer; Dan Ndoye, Ruben Vargas; Breel Embolo

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