Germany vs. Switzerland 10/13/20 UEFA Nations League Soccer Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Germany 1-2-0, Switzerland 0-1-2
10/13/20 2:45 pm
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Germany is hosting Switzerland at RheinEnergieStadion in round 4 in the UEFA Nations League.
Germany has been decent in the attacking end, but they have conceded at least 1 goal in their last 5 games. In their last Nations League match against Ukraine on the road, Germany was the better team with 73% of ball possession, massive 12 shots on goal, 7 corner kicks, 6 big chances created, and high 91% of the correct passes. This was a good game for Germany, but they weren’t efficient because they scored only 2 goals from all those shots on goal. Germany has won this match 1-2. This was the first win in their last 4 games for Germany. Germany is in second place in their group with 5 points, 4 scored goals, and 3 conceded goals. Goretzka, Gundoga, Werner, and Ginter have each scored 1 goal for Germany so far, while Klostermann, Gosens, Ginter, and Rudiger each added 1 assist. Coach Low has given a chance to some new players to the national team, and they did well, but Germany is missing a striker that is in good form at the moment. Werner and Havertz are yet to start scoring consistently for Chelsea, while Gnabry is playing well for Bayern, but he is struggling while playing for Germany. All in all, Germany is a good team, and they could accomplish a good result in the Euro Cup next year.
Switzerland is playing well, but they can’t win a game. Switzerland is on a 4-game streak without a win, and they have lost 3 of their last 4 games. In their latest Nations League match, Switzerland was playing against Spain on the road, and they have had 41% of ball possession, 1 shot on goal, 3 corner kicks, and 80% of the correct passes. Switzerland got behind in the 14th minute after a horrible mistake from their goalkeeper. Switzerland was able to create some good chances, and they have been defending well for the rest of the game, but the score hasn’t changed again, and Switzerland has lost this game 1-0. Switzerland is in the last place in their group in the Nations League with only 1 point, 2 scored goals, and 4 conceded goals. Widmer and Seferovic have each scored 1 goal for Switzerland so far, while Embolo and Xhaka added 1 assist each. Switzerland got a tough group in the Nations League, but they are in a solid group in the Euro Cup next year, and I believe Switzerland has a good chance of advancing to the next stage.
Germany hasn’t lost in their last 5 home games, and they haven’t lost in their last 9 games overall. Switzerland hasn’t won any of their last 4 games. Switzerland is playing well, and they can create some good chances, but Germany is the better team here, and I see them winning this match at home, but I also think we will see a few goals here.