UEFA Euro 2020 France vs Switzerland 28 JUNE
France has never lost to Switzerland in a major tournament. They have won two of the four previous encounters and drawn two. The first matchup in the knockout stages will take place when the sides meet at the Puskas Arena in Budapest.
They were unbeaten in group F, stretching their run to 10 matches. However, Didier Deschamps’ France remain to be a firebrand at Euro 2020. Les Bleus were held to draw by Portugal and Hungary – conceding three more times along the route – while Kylian Mabappe still seeks his first goal for the tournament.
The Swiss won Group A with a quick 3-1 win over Turkey. They now aim to defeat the World champions and give Vladimir Petkovic his first victory in the knockout stage of a major tournament.
MATCH STATS FRANCE VS SWITZERLAND
France is unbeaten in seven of their last seven matches with Switzerland, and they will be strong favourites to reach the quarter-finals. Antoine Griezmann now has four goals in six appearances for Les Bleus, following his equalizer in the draw against Hungary.
Atletico Madrid’s Barcelona forward, then of Barcelona, also scored a brace in this stage of Euro 2016. Deschamps’ men won the battle against the Republic of Ireland 2-1. Switzerland is not in poor form, however. They were actually in good form, losing 3-0 to Italy was their first loss in 10 games.
France vs Switzerland Betting Tips
France vs Switzerland Prediction is made ahead of the clash in their EURO 1/8 finals on Monday 28. June 2021. in Budapest, Arena Nationala. You can watch Sport Soccer Euro 2020 FREE online at wclub365 for every single game of the tournament.
France didn’t impress us at EURO. But the real one is underway, the knockout stage. After the victory against Germany, Didier Deschamps’ team won two draws against Portugal, and Germany. While it is true that they were part of the strongest group F, that shouldn’t be a reason to discount their efforts.
The first match against Italy and Wales was difficult for Switzerland, scoring only one point. But against Turkey everything fell into place and the national team won 3-1.
The past 10-15 years have seen these two teams share a rich history. They have been in many big competitions together, including at the EURO and at the 2014 World Cup.
France might not have enough energy but they are a strong favorite in this match. I expect them this time to be efficient and show why this tournament is so important for them. France won with more than 2.5 goals thanks to the stars playing for them.
HEAD TO HEAD: FRANCE Vs SWITZERLAND
- 19 June 2016: Switzerland 0-0 France- European Championship
- 20 June 2014: Switzerland 2-5 France World Cup
- 13 June 2006: France 0-0 Switzerland World Cup
- 8 October 2005: Switzerland 1-1 France World Cup Qualifier
- 26 March 2005: France, 0-0 Switzerland – World Cup Qualifier