Switzerland VS Spain photo at KTN home match day


Notwithstanding Spain being superior, Switzerland will be fearless of challenging another tremendous scalp, having finished France in the earlier round.

The Swiss qualified as one of the best third-placed teams after getting up four points in Group A.

After drawing 1-1 with Wales, they were defeated 3-0 by Italy in their second game before seeing off Turkey 3-1 on Matchday 3.

Haris Seferovic scored twice as Switzerland drew 3-3 with France and took the 2018 World Cup champions to penalties last time out.

The Swiss ended up transforming all five of their spot-kicks, leaving PSG star Kylian Mbappe to miss the final penalty.

It is worth heeding that Switzerland has only lost one of their earlier 11 meetings in all contests (eight wins, two draws).

However, the Swiss have only succeeded to win one of their last seven European Championship games.

Meanwhile, Spain was confined to draws by Sweden and Poland in their opening two events before beating Slovakia 5-0 on Matchday 3.

Luis Enrique’s men also netted five against Croatia in the Round of 16, with Alvaro Morata and Mikel Oyarzabal scoring in extra time.

The Spanish get into the quarter-finals on a 12-game unbeaten run in all competitions (six wins, six draws).

Spain has scored a consolidated total of 11 goals across their earlier three matches, although they have also allowed four in that time.

Spain defensive is not solid and maybe porous leading to goals.

Switzerland and Spain have met 22 times over the years. Notably, the Swiss have only beaten the Spaniards on one instant.

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