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France vs Switzerland Betting Tips: Euro 2020 – 28.06.2021
Last updated: June 28, 2021 by Leon Marshal
France and Switzerland come together to fight for placement in the 2020 Euro Championship quarter-finals this Monday, and we’re here to ensure you get your bets in on time. In this well-researched betting guide, you’ll find tips, important match details, lineup predictions, team news and more.
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The France vs Switzerland round of 16 game begins on Monday, June 29 at 8 PM BST and can be watched live on ITV. The match is a neutral game and will be played at the National Arena in Bucharest, Romania. Considering that France remains to be the top-ranked team, we predict the team to claim victory here.
FRA 0 – 0 SWI
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France has not dominated this tournament as much as was expected, casting doubt on their ability to progress to the final. The team began with a 1-0 defeat of Germany, only to draw 1-1 with low-ranked Hungary and 2-2 with Portugal. That said, it’s possible that France have been saving the surprises until these later performances.
Switzerland’s performance has also been quite lacklustre. After opening with a 1-1 draw with Wales, the team was defeated 3-0 against Italy. The Swiss were able to come back against Turkey with a 3-1 victory, and now enter this stage as the third-ranked in their group.
When making our prediction, it’s important to note that France’s Group F was the strongest in the competition, while Switzerland’s Group A was quite mediocre aside from Italy. For this reason, we’re confident in a France win. Now is the time for France to turn up the heat or risk fading away into the background.
France has not been beaten once in their last seven matches against Switzerland.
France has kept a clean sheet in five of their last seven games.
Switzerland has conceded in five of its last seven games.
Three or more goals have been scored in five of Switzerland’s last seven games.
Lloris, Hernandez, Varane, Kimpembe, Kounde, Digne, Pogba, Kante, Mbappe, Griezmann, Tolisso, Benzema
Maignan, Mandanda, Dubois, Lenglet, Zouma, Coman, Rabiot, Lemar, Sissoko, Yedder, Dembele, Giroud, Thuram, Pavard
Sommer, Elvedi, Akanji, Rodriguez, Widmer, Freuler, Xhaka, Zuber, Shaqiri, Embolo, Seferovic
Omlin, Benito, Lotomba, Fassnacht, Fernandes, Schar, Mbabu, Ruben, Vargas, Zakaria, Omeragic, Cumart, Sow, Gavranovic, Mehmedi, Mvogo
Conclusion & Betting Tips
We, alongside a majority of bookmakers, predict a French win and suggest a moneyline bet on this outcome. France is a top-ranked team in the competition and have already secured a place in the quarter-final. Switzerland, on the other hand, is an inconsistent team that has struggled against lesser opponents.
Our final score prediction is 2-0 to France. For this reason, we would suggest a No bet on both teams to score, or a wager on France to Win-to-Nil. France has won-to-nil in five of its last seven games, and its recent match with another top-ranked team, Italy, also ended with a win-to-nil defeat.
Based on these predictions, it’s worth wagering on under 2.5 goals being scored. This was the outcome of five of the last seven pair-ups against the teams, while five of France’s previous eight matches have also seen this outcome. Although France is likely to keep a clean sheet, we don’t expect this to be a huge victory.
Depending on France’s performance in this game, it could still be worth a futures bet on France winning the 2020 Euros. If and when you are ready to wager on our predicted outcomes, we suggest the following top bookie. Here, you will find competitive odds and a reliable, trustworthy platform.
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