Probable Lineups

3-4-2-1
3-4-2-1
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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

Scotland
Switzerland
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

Scotland
Switzerland
  • 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.

Prediction

  • 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...
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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.