Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(1) 1 Goals 2 (5)
(1) 1 Assists 3 (3)
(6.2) 6.3 Average Ratings 6.6 (6.6)
28.6 Average Age 29.4
184.3 Average Height (cm) 183.3
(0.7) 0.8 Shots pg 0.8 (1)
(62%) 65% Aerial Duel Success 47% (42%)
(0.7) 0.8 Dribbles pg 0.7 (0.3)
(1) 0.9 Tackles pg 1.2 (1.1)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in EURO Grp. A.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Ryan Porteous Out 4.49
Player Reason Status Rating
Denis Zakaria Doubtful N/A
Steven Zuber Doubtful N/A
Dan Ndoye Doubtful 6.94

Team News

  • Plenty of changes could be afoot for Scotland after the 5-1 defeat to Germany on Friday night.
  • Watford defender Ryan Porteous will miss this one through suspension after seeing red in Munich, while Lawrence Shankland could replace Che Adams up top.
  • Switzerland could be without Denis Zakaria, Steven Zuber and Dan Ndoye, all of whom are minor injury doubts.
  • Kwadwo Duah will continue to lead the line for Murat Yakin's side, having netted the opener in Saturday's win over Hungary.


  • A well-beaten Scotland head to Cologne in search of their first points at this summer's tournament, but will need to be much improved on Friday's performance against Germany to stand a chance.
  • Switzerland looked well-organised and defensively strong in their victory over Hungary, with Bayer Leverkusen's Granit Xhaka running the game from the heart of midfield.
  • This will be the first competitive meeting between these two sides since a 1-0 victory for Scotland at Euro 96.
  • Expect a reaction from Steve Clarke's side, but it still may not prove enough here...

User Predictions

Comments (12)

  • Don't know how UEFA can think that was an own goal.

  • @jonejo34 Which goal ?

  • @neumi17 they credited the Scotland goal as an own goal.

  • @jonejo34 everything is own goal now

  • Most likely 0-0 in the first half ...... 50% chance 0-1 in full time..... But this game will finish under 2 goals

  • The 5-4-1 lineup of the Scots tells me that they will still play cautiously in this game, which sets up a low scoring game with a high chance of a draw (unless Switzerland plays well, which, of course nowadays should be never taken for granted). The Scots most likely bank on getting 1 point from this game, and will go all in against Hungary (this latter game I expect to be a high scoring game, because both Scotland and Hungary must win to advance to the next stage).

  • Switzerland Win @ 1.90 Odds

  • 0-1

  • if scotland plays a 5-4-1 formation, they will for sure lose this match

  • 1-1

  • 0-2

  • Scotlands only Win in 10 came against Gibraltar.