Switzerland – Belgium, Nations League Prediction
ANALYSIS AND PREDICTION FOR SWITZERLAND - BELGIUM
The time has come for the last and decisive clash in Group 2 of League A. Switzerland has to win to go ahead. Besides, the hosts have to win with a good result, because in the previous match against Belgium they lost by 2-1, so if they win 1-0 or 2-1 now they will be first, but with 3-2, for example, Belgium he will go through, because of more goals away from home. The Swiss lost to Qatar in a friendly few days ago, but gave a break to major players like Shaqiri. Switzerland is one of the strongest hosts of European national teams at all. Their last lost in home game was four years ago against England.
Belgium defeated Iceland without much effort in the previous match, but it really did not matter how this game would end, since they had equal points with Switzerland. The Belgians will be ok with a draw here, of course, but they will not go out for a draw for sure. Red devils always go out to win. Their good shape is crowned with success and already from their last 31 matches have only one loss. This includes all competitions, which shows that they are consistent in the same way. In addition, guests have a very big team. When stars such as Lukaku and De Bruyne are missing, Batshuayi appears on the scene, who scored both goals against Iceland and would be the main threat to the Swiss. Hazard, of course, is also ready.
This will be a very special game. Both teams will play it to the maximum. There is no logic to see a closed match with few chances. The hosts must attack from the start. We expect to see a lot of chances and an goal in the first half. Our prediction here will be BTTS of 1.75. In all four games between these two teams that took place in Switzerland, there was BTTS so far.
SWITZERLAND TEAM NEWS
Emmolo (30/3 F), Mehmedi (60/8 F), Dzemali (69/10 M), Djorou (76/2 D) and Akanji (13/0 D) are out for the hosts
BELGIUM TEAM NEWS
Vertonghen (110/9 D), Fellaini (87/18 M), Dembele (82/5 M), De Bruyne (68/15 M) and Benteke (34/12 F) are the most serious absent for Belgium. Lukaku (79/45 F) is under serious question