Wales vs Switzerland live stream, TV channel, how to watch Euro 2021 Online: The UEFA Euro 2021 tournament is all set to kick start the football extravaganza between 11th June and 11th July 2021. This time 11 host cities are staging in the 51 fixtures. Here we will learn more about the Second Group A team Wales Vs Switzerland Match Preview, Prediction, and also Head Head analysis.
Quick Guide: How to Watch Wales vs Switzerland From Anywhere in 3 Easy Steps
What time does Wales vs Switzerland kick off?
This Euro clash will kick off at 2pm BST on Saturday 12 June.
The match will be held at Olympic Stadium, Baku.
What TV channel is Wales vs Switzerland on? and can I live stream it?
How to watch on TV (International TV Coverage):
Australia: Optus Sport
Austria: SRF zwei
Bolivia: Tigo Sports Bolivia
France: beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Germany: SRF zwei
Ireland: BBC Sport Web, S4C, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC One, BBC iPlayer
Switzerland: RSI La 2, RTS 2, RTS Sport, SRF zwei
United Kingdom: BBC Sport Web, BBC iPlayer, BBC One, S4C, BBC Radio 5 Live
United States: ESPN
How to stream: FuboTV(USA), BBC iPlayer(UK), TF1(France), or ZDF(Germany)
Wales vs Switzerland Match Prediction
Wales Vs Switzerland is the second Group A match schedule on June 12th, 2021 at 15:00 in Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan. During the Euro 2021 championship, Baku will host three group matches, as well as one quarter-final match. It will be an interesting encounter to watch the two teams Wales and Switzerland playing against each other, as neither of the teams will be playing on their home ground. Switzerland holds a good record as compared to that of the opponent team Wales.
Switzerland in the previous Euro championship, showed decent performance in Group A, by finishing at second position in the group and then got defeated against Poland after penalties in the knockout phase with 4-5 (1-1). Another participating team Wales also ended as runners-up in their group match by reaching the semi-final round. However, in the finals, it faced a defeat against Portugal, who won the Championship title.
Looking at the previous record, there are more chances of Wales getting over Switzerland. However one must not overlook Switzerland’s preparation, as they have managed to assemble a fantastic team in the last couple of years. The Squad will be lead by its captain Stephen Lichtenstein, along with the likes of Ricardo Rodriguez, Grant Xhaka, Joseph Drmic, and Haris Seferovic. Also, the team has a strong candidate in the form of Xherdan Shaqiri, and in the upcoming days, it will be clear whether he will join the A-team.
Wales vs Switzerland Team News
Wales: Wales needs to win the upcoming Euro 2020 championship, and thus this time Robert Page, the head coach of the team is expected to go with a 3-4-3 system. So far Wales have been playing with a 4-2-3-1 formation in most of their qualifying rounds, but this time they are favoring some change.
Gareth Bale, Harry Wilson, and Dan James are their key players to line up at the defense position and it will prove a deadly combination with Kieffer Moore at the top.
Switzerland: As always Vladimir Petkovic, the coach for the swiss squad will once again opt for a three-man defense system in addition to the fourth midfielder in the form of Arsenal’s Granit Xhaka.
Breel Embolo with his pace in the front would certainly pose threat to the opponent’s side alongside Xherdan Shaqiri in the middle.
Wales vs Switzerland Confirmed line-ups
Wales: Ward; Roberts, Mepham, Rodon, Davies; Allen, Morrell; Bale, Ramsey, James; Moore
Switzerland: Sommer, Mbabu, Elvedi, Akanji, Embolo, Freuler, Seferovic, Xhaka, Rodriguez, Schar, Shaqiri
Wales vs Switzerland Odds
Wales vs Switzerland Head To head
Wales and Switzerland have faced each other seven times where the head-to-head score is largely in Wales’s favor. Wales have won five matches and Switzerland two and there were no draws.
The two teams in the last session met during the Euro 2012 qualifiers match, where Wales clinch the title with 2-0. Now the two teams are competing against each other in a much different way.
|Last Two Matches||Date||Competition|
|Wales v Switzerland||2-0||8 Oct, 2011||UEFA European Championship|
|Switzerland v Wales||4-1||13 Oct, 2010||UEFA European Championship|