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EURO 2024 Switzerland vs Germany

In the final round of Group A, Switzerland and Germany will face each other at Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt on Sunday, June 23, at 21:00. As expected, the home nation are the heavy favourites to secure their third consecutive victory. The red-and-white-clad southern neighbour claimed three points against Hungary in their first group match and then drew with Scotland.

We take a closer look at both teams’ form, results, and where you can watch the match on TV ahead of the final Group A clash.

Match Information

Match Details

Date & Venue:

  • Sunday 23rd June @20:00
  • Venue: Deutsche Bank Park

Broadcast Information:

  • TV Channels & Streaming Options: BBC Two, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Online

Read on to find out more about starting lineups, game schedules, and TV broadcasts:

–> TV Broadcast: Switzerland vs Germany
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Switzerland vs Germany: Match Preview

Julian Nagelsmann and company have a perfect record after two matches. They have been relentless from the first minute of the championship, unlike Switzerland, who have been more tentative. However, Switzerland should not be underestimated as they have caused problems for the Germans in recent encounters. Here’s a look at the teams ahead of their meeting on Sunday, June 23.

Switzerland Second in the Group

After Germany’s thrashing of Scotland in the opening match of Euro 2024, it was clear that the other teams in Group A would be fighting for second place. Switzerland understood the importance of a good start and took control against Hungary in the first 45 minutes, establishing a two-goal lead. In the second half, they relaxed somewhat and allowed Hungary back into the match, who reduced the deficit to 2-1. However, they could not get closer as Monaco forward Breel Embolo sealed the final score at 3-1 for Switzerland in the 90th minute.

Things didn’t go as well in the second round of the group when they faced Scotland. After the humiliation against Germany in the opening match, “the Tartan Army ” was eager to bounce back and scored early in the first half through Scott McTominay. However, the lead did not last long as Xherdan Shaqiri scored a worldie just 13 minutes later from outside the Scots’ penalty area, leaving goalkeeper Angus Gunn with no chance. 

Switzerland have had four different goal scorers in two matches, which is a strength in itself, showing they can spread the scoring responsibilities rather than relying on a single player. When Shaqiri puts on the national team jersey, he always steps up a few levels, as does Xhaka. Between the posts, they have a reliable goalkeeper in Yann Sommer who rarely has a bad game. However, in terms of quality on paper, player for player, they cannot match the 2014 world champions.

Germany Impresses!

What a flying start it has been for the host nation. In the opener, Scotland were overcome without any problems by Germany. Kroos delivered a phenomenal performance in midfield, and Musiala and Wirtz stormed down the flanks, both looking unstoppable. The match ended 5-1 for Nagelsmann’s squad. Riding the momentum, they easily handled Hungary in the second group match, winning 2-0 without any issues. Things look very good in the German camp where Musiala and Gündogan shone the most against Marco Rossi’s team.

After two championship matches under the new Germany, with Nagelsmann at the helm, they have shown their bestl, but also that they are capable of seeing out games whilst taking their feet off the gas. It will be interesting to see how they choose to play against Switzerland. The only cloud on the horizon so far is Kai Havertz and whether he has what it takes to take on the role of a number nine if they are to go all the way. Otherwise, all aspects of the team look very strong.

Switzerland vs Germany: Who Wins?

These nations have faced each other 12 times, with Germany winning 6 meetings, Switzerland 2, and 4 ending in draws. The last win between the countries went to Switzerland in 2012 when they won 5-3 in a friendly match. The teams played in the same group in the Nations League in 2020, with both matches ending in draws. Given the play and energy that “Die Mannschaft” has shown in the tournament so far, the odds lean towards them securing their third straight victory in the tournament on Sunday evening.

Predicted Lineups: Switzerland vs Germany

Switzerland Probable Starting XI

  • 3-4-2-1: Sommer, Schär, Akanji, Rodriguez, Stergiou, Xhaka, Freuler, Ndoye, Aebischer, Vargas, Duah

Germany Probable Starting XI

  • 4-2-3-1: Neuer, Kimmich, Rudiger, Tah, Mittelstadt, Kroos, Andrich, Wirtz, Gundogan, Musiala, Havertz


When does Switzerland vs Germany kick off?

Switzerland vs Germany will kick off on June 23rd at 20:00.

Where will the Euros match between Switzerland and Germany be played?

The game will be played at Deutsche Bank Park.

Where can I watch Turkey vs Portugal?

Viewers can watch the game on BBC Two, BBC iPlayer, and BBC Sport Online.