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Euro 2020: Wales vs Switzerland – Head to head stats, streaming details and everything you need to know

Switzerland are in red hot form with six consecutive victories under their belt across all competitions

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Switzerland ( Image Credit: Twitter)

Italy’s sizzling win at the Euro 2020 opener was a perfect start to the weekend. But that’s not all as another mouth-watering encounter between Wales and Switzerland is lined up for today. The two teams will cross swords at the Baku Olympic Stadium. Both teams are laced with some top quality players who will be keen to get their team off to a winning start.

With the likes of Xherdan Shaqiri and Granit Xhaka at disposal, Switzerland have compiled a formidable side that can give teams a run for their money. They are in red hot form with six consecutive victories under their belt across all competitions. Wales, on the other hand, forms an impressive forward line with Gareth Bale, Harry Wilson, and Daniel James up their ranks. However, their recent form is not that great. Wales have failed to score a single goal in their previous two fixtures. They were trounced 3-0 by France and were held to a goalless draw against Albania.

Wales vs Switzerland Head To Head Stats

Switzerland have a magnificent record against Wales and have managed to win five of their seven encounters. The two teams last played against each other in 2011 and Wales managed to bag a 2-0 victory.

Form Guide

Wales – D L W WL

Switzerland – W W W W W

Wales vs Switzerland Match Details

Venue: Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan

Time: Wales vs Switzerland match will get underway at 6:30 PM IST on Saturday (June 12)

Where To Watch Wales vs Switzerland

Wales vs Switzerland match will be telecast on Sony Ten 2 (HD), Sony Ten 3 (HD-Hindi). Sony Six (HD) and Sony Ten 4 (HD) will have regional coverage in India

Important Numbers You Need To Know Before Wales vs Switzerland Match

Xherdan Shaqiri has scored 23 goals for Switzerland and is 19 strikes away from becoming their highest goal scorer. For Wales, Gareth Bale leads the charts of most goals with 33 goals to his name.

Wales had a fantastic run in the Euro 2016 and became the first debutant to reach the semi finals. Ryan Giggs’ side could create history by repeating the feat this year and will want to go a step further at Euro 2020. Wales have plenty of quality in their team but they will need to punch above their weight to halt Switzerland’s juggernaut.

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