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Wednesday’s Euro - Qualifiers schedule features Israel facing off with Switzerland.
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Israel will be hoping for a better result following a 1-0 Euro - Qualifiers loss in their previous game against Kosovo.
Milot Rashica (41') scored for Kosovo.
It’s been a rare occasion in recent times that Israel have kept a clean sheet. In fact, Israel have been scored against in 5 of their previous 6 games, shipping 7 goals during that time. Despite that, time will tell whether that pattern might be sustained here in this match or not.
In their last fixture, Switzerland drew 3-3 in the Euro - Qualifiers tie with Belarus.
For Switzerland, the goalscorers were Xherdan Shaqiri (28'), Manuel Akanji (89') and Zeki Amdouni (90'). Max Ebong (61'), Denis Polyakov (69') and Dmitri Antilevskiy (84') scored for Belarus.
Proving their bias toward eventful matches, goals have been scored 23 times in the prior 6 matches in which Switzerland have taken to the field, yielding an average of 3.83 goals for each clash. Opposition teams have managed 8 of those goals.
Head to head
The previous league contest featuring these clubs was Euro - Qualifiers match day 2 on 28/03/2023 when the final score was Switzerland 3-0 Israel.
The match was refereed by Nikola Dabanović.
Team News: Israel
The Israel boss Alon Hazan will be happy not to have any fitness worries to speak of before this game thanks to a completely injury-free squad to pick from.
It seems likely that The Blues and Whites could go for a 4-3-3 formation for this game with Omri Glazer, Eliazer Dasa, Raz Shlomo, Sean Goldberg, Ofir Davidzada, Mohammad Abu Fani, Neta Lavi, Ramzi Safuri, Idan Gurno, Dor Turgeman and Anan Khalaili.
Team News: Switzerland
Due to a completely healthy squad available for selection, the Switzerland boss Murat Yakin has no fitness concerns to speak of before this match.
We are inclined to think that Nati might make use of a 4-2-3-1 formation, going with Yann Sommer, Edimilson Fernandes, Cedric Zesiger, Manuel Akanji, Ricardo Rodriguez, Granit Xhaka, Denis Zakaria, Ruben Vargas, Remo Freuler, Noah Okafor and Zeki Amdouni.
We’ve got the feeling that Israel would be disappointed if they were not to find the net against this Switzerland lineup, but a single goal is unlikely to be enough to give them the result that they want.
We are therefore anticipating a 1-2 victory for Switzerland after 90 minutes. It really should be an interesting one.
Our expert partners are tipping over 1.5 goals for this match. Check out their VIP predictions here.
⚽️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Sammy Ofer Stadium (30,870)
Captain: Eli Dasa
Chairman: Moshe Zuares
Manager: Alon Hazan
Competitions: Euro - Qualifiers (Group I)