Wales are back at Euros after a delightful Semifinal run in UEFA Euro 2016. Group A will host another mouth-watering fixture in Wales vs Switzerland on Saturday. They will make a 3000 mile trip to Azerbaijan to play Switzerland. SportzPoint brings you every insider from the game for your Dream11 team Prediction. Follow our Fantasy Football Predictions for all the tricks, tips and dream teams.
Wales vs Switzerland: recent form of both the teams
After Wales losing their manager Ryan Giggs, they suffered a blow just before the Euros due to an impending court case. But Rob Page did an incredible job in seven months as an interim manager. They recently suffered a 0-3 defeat against world champions France and had a goalless draw against Albania.
Wales recent form in all competitions: L-W-W-L-D
On the other hand, Switzerland is undefeated since November. They last drew 1-1 with Spain back in November and has been on a winning streak since then.
Switzerland recent form in all competitions: W-W-W-W-W
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Wales vs Switzerland: team news, head to head record and Probable starting xi
Gareth Bale had a decent end to the season with Tottenham and will be their main man on the pitch. Ramsey hasn’t had much game time for Wales in the past two years which means he might start on the bench. Page loves to go with a three-man defence, it is much likely that we will see a (3-4-3) formation. Neco Williams and Connor Roberts will play the wingback role. Page doesn’t start a recognised striker in the team, which is very likely to continue on their first game as well.
Wales possible starting lineup:
Ward; Mepham, Rodon, Davies; Roberts, Allen, Ampadu, Williams; Bale, Wilson, James
Vladimir Petkovic has a tough task ahead deciding his starting xi. Mario Gavranovic scored a hat-trick in the 7-0 win in their last warm-up match. He is expected to start alongside Haris Seferovic. Xhaka and Shaqiri will be the ever deadly duos for the Swiz team in midfield.
Switzerland possible starting lineup:
Sommer; Elvedi, Akanji, Schar; Mbabu, Xhaka, Freuler, Rodriguez; Shaqiri; Gavranovic, Seferovic
Head to head:
These two teams have met 7 times in the past. Switzerland has suffered only two defeats against Wales. Euro 2016 semi-finalist have lost five times out of seven against Switzerland. There have been no draws, and each time the game produced a winner.
Wales vs Switzerland: Dream11 Fantasy football team and predictions
You must change your team if any of this players isn’t announced in the final staring xi.