Switzerland vs Germany UEFA Euro 2024 Match Preview, Head-to-head, Possible Lineups and Fantasy XI Prediction

Read the full match preview, head-to-head stats, possible starting lineups, and Fantasy XI Prediction of the Switzerland vs Germany UEFA Euro 2024 match at the Deutsche Bank Park Frankfurt in Germany on 24th June, Monday.

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Switzerland vs Germany UEFA Euro 2024 Match Preview | Image: UEFA

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Murat Yakin's Switzerland is set to face Julian Nagelsmann's Germany in their third group-stage match of the UEFA Euro 2024 at the Deutsche Bank Park Frankfurt in Germany on 24th June, Monday. Germany have already qualified for the Round of 16 after winning both of their matches while Switzerland is second in the Group A points table with 4 points. A draw would be enough for them to qualify for the next round. Even if they lose against Germany by a narrow 1-0 margin it wouldn't affect much. Both sides are playing beautiful football so it is going to be an exciting clash at Frankfurt. From possible starting XIs to Fantasy predictions, here is everything you need to know about the Switzerland vs Germany match in the UEFA Euro 2024.

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Match Details

Switzerland vs Germany: Deutsche Bank Park
Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt, Germany | Image: Wikipedia

How to watch the Switzerland vs Germany UEFA Euro 2024 match?

The Live streaming of the match between Switzerland and Germany will be on the Sony Liv app. The Switzerland vs Germany football match will also be telecast live on India's Sony Sports TV network.

Switzerland vs Germany: Head-to-Head stats

Switzerland and Germany have played 35 games against each other and the Germans have the upper hand, winning 18 of those matches while Switzerland have won 9 games. The other 8 matches have ended in a draw.

  • Matches Played: 35
  • Switzerland won: 9
  • Germany won: 18
  • Drawn: 8

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Team News


Switzerland are unbeaten in their last three meetings with Germany. The Swiss have not lost their final group game in any of their last eight tournament appearances so it is going to be very interesting to see what happens on Monday at Frankfurt. They are most likely set to start with the same side. Breel Embolo is heading closer to full fitness after his long injury layoff and could even start on Monday.

Xherdan Shaqiri scored against Scotland and he will hope to retain his place, But it is unlikely to happen as Murat Yakin may take a more cautious approach against the hosts. Denis Zakaria has been struggling with a thigh injury but is now expected to rejoin the Swiss squad and take a place among the substitutes. Granit Xhaka is irreplaceable with Freuler and Aebischer in front of him.

Ndoye and Vargas must start the game and they will like to see themselves on the scoresheet against the Germans. Manuel Akanji dropped a man-of-the-match performance in the last game and he will start the game alongside Fabian Schar with Sommer at the goal. A draw would be enough for them to qualify for the next round. Even if they lose against Germany by a narrow 1-0 margin it wouldn't affect much.

Switzerland vs Germany: Manuel Akanji
Manuel Akanji dropped a stellar performance against Scotland | Image: X


Switzerland vs Germany: Toni Kroos in training
Toni Kroos in training ahead of the game against Switzerland | Image: UEFA

After a sensational start, Germany are unlikely to make many changes to a winning side this weekend, with boss Julian Nagelsmann aiming for continuity as he has already found his best eleven to take on any opponents. Although his side hasn't faced much of a challenge so far, it will be a real test against a strong Swiss side.

Ilkay Gundogan, Jamal Musiala, and Florian Wirtz will be in support of Kai Havertz up front and they have dominated so far. Toni Kroos is irreplaceable and he is not looking like a player who has already announced his retirement. He is dropping masterclass performances in every game. Andrich is rock solid while Tah and Rudiger will lead the backline with Kimmich and Mittestadt on the wings.

Manel Neuer will be guarding the goal unless Nagelsmann decides to go with Barcelona legend Ter Stegen. Germany are looking like a stable strong side and they have already booked their spot in the next round. The game against Switzerland will be a real test before they head further into the competition. 

Possible XIs

Switzerland's possible starting lineup:

Sommer; Schar, Akanji, Rodriguez; Widmer, Xhaka, Freuler, Aebischer; Ndoye, Vargas; Embolo

Germany's possible starting lineup:

Neuer; Kimmich, Tah, Rudiger, Mittelstadt; Andrich, Kroos; Musiala, Gundogan, Wirtz; Havertz

Switzerland vs Germany: Fantasy XI Prediction

Manuel Neuer; Joshua Kimmich, Manuel Akanji, Antonio Rudiger, Maximilian Mittelstadt; Granit Xhaka, Toni Kroos; Jamal Musiala, Ilkay Gundogan, Florian Wirtz; Breel Embolo

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