The Swiss national team will host the Portuguese team in the League of Nations. The meeting of the 3rd round of group 2 of League A will be held on June 12.
Switzerland in the last draw of the League of Nations took third place in Group 4 of League A, losing to Spain and Germany and overtaking Ukraine in the extra. indicators (1 win, 3 draws, 2 losses, 9-8)
Murat Yakin ‘s team qualified for the 2022 World Cup by winning Group C with Italy, Northern Ireland, Bulgaria and Lithuania (5 wins and 2 draws, 15-2).
In March, the Swiss national team played test matches against England (1:2) away and Kosovo (1:1) at home.
In the League of Nations this season, the Swiss first lost on the road to the Czech Republic (1:2), and then were defeated by Portugal (0:4). Returning home, they lost to Spain (0:1).
In the last edition of the LN, the Portuguese finished second in Group 3 of League A, leaving France ahead and overtaking Croatia and Sweden (4 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss, 12-4).
It was not immediately possible for Santos’ wards to qualify for the 2022 World Cup. They finished second in Group A, behind Serbia but ahead of Ireland, Luxembourg and Azerbaijan (5 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss, 17-6).
In March of this year, the Portuguese in the play-offs beat Turkey (3:1) and then North Macedonia (2:0) at home.
In this season’s LL, the Portuguese national team got away from defeat in the match with Spain (1:1), and defeated Switzerland (4:)) and defeated the Czech Republic (2:0) at home.
Forecast and rate
For the victory of Switzerland in this meeting, 1xbet mobile app download give odds of 3.60, for a draw in regular time – 3.65, and for the victory of Portugal – 2.09.
In the last round, Switzerland suffered their first home defeat in the Nations League and the first in an official match in front of their stands since 2014.
Portugal perform quite confidently away from home, having not lost in the last 9 official matches in front of others (5 wins, 4 draws). We predict that Portugal will not lose a grassroots match.
Interesting betting options “Both will score – no” for 2.05 and Total under 2.5 for 1.90.