Spain vs. Switzerland 10/10/20 UEFA Nations League Soccer Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Spain 1-1-0, Switzerland 0-1-1
10/10/20 2:45 pm
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Spain is hosting Switzerland at Estadio Alfredo di Stefano in round 3 in the UEFA Nations League.
Spain has won only 1 of their last 3 games, but the good news is that they haven’t lost any of those games. In their first game in the Nations League, Spain was applying against Germany, and that game ended in a 1-1 draw, while they have won their second game against Ukraine 4-0. In their most recent match, Spain was playing against Portugal, and they have had 64% of ball possession in that game, 6 shots on goal, and 3 corner kicks. Spain was the better team in this match, but they tend to complicate their attacks, and they are struggling with finishing their chances then. This match ended in a 0-0 draw. Ramos is the leading goalscorer for Spain in the Nations League with 2 goals, while Gaya, Fati, and Torres added 1 goal each. Moreno and Olmo each have 1 assist. There are no reported injuries in Spain as of right now. Spain is in 7th place in FIFA standings at the moment, but they are playing well, and they could improve for a few spots soon. I like Spain and the way they are playing, but they need to find a way, but they need to find a way to finish their chances more efficiently.
Switzerland is an average team, and they can play great soccer, but they haven’t won any of their last 3 games. During this stretch, Switzerland has conceded 5 goals while scoring 3 goals. In their latest match against Croatia at home, Switzerland has had 45% of ball possession, 5 shots on goal, and 2 corner kicks. Switzerland got ahead in the 31st minute with a nice goal from Gavranovic, but Croatia tied the score in the 42nd minute. In the 66th minute, Switzerland conceded another goal, and they ended up losing this match 1-2. Widmer and Seferovic have each scored 1 goal for Switzerland in the Nations League, while Xhaka and Embolo added 1 assist each. There are no injuries in Switzerland as of right now, but Shaqiri will not be playing because he was positive for Coronavirus. Switzerland has a few tough games ahead of them, and they will need to be at the top of their game if they want to win any points. The good news for Switzerland is that they are qualified for the Euro Cup next year, and there is plenty of time for them to get in better form and to start winning some games.
Spain hasn’t lost any of their last 14 games, and they have won 7 home games in a row. Spain is the better team here, and they have more depth, which is why I will stick with Spain at home in this game. Switzerland is good, but not good enough to beat Spain.