Nations League: Spain vs Swiss



Spain will look to win consecutive UEFA Nations League 2020-21 as they continue their Group 4 League A campaign at home against Switzerland on Saturday night. Luis Enrique's side are currently top of the group with 4 points shown from their previous two matches, while Switzerland is last with just 1 point after their 2 matches so far.

Coach Enrique will make the changes from the squad starting with Portugal on Wednesday, with David de Gea, Pau Torres, Jesus Navas and Ansu Fati all likely to return. The 4-3-3 formation could include both Sergio Busquets and Rodri in the middle, while Gerard Moreno could once again receive a midfield nod with Dani Olmo and Fati in positions. running wings. Sergio Canales and Dani Ceballos both started in the match against Portugal but can now leave the field, while there is no Fabian Ruiz for La Roja as the Napoli midfielder has not been able to travel to Spain due to the following quarantine regulations when the coronavirus epidemic broke out at his Italian club. Spain started their UEFA Nations League campaign with a 1-1 draw against Germany in early September before scoring a 4-0 win over Ukraine three days later, leaving them to the top of the group. Enrique's side drew 0-0 with Portugal in an international friendly match, with the match serving as a valuable preparation for their next two matches. To be fair, Spain has had problems in recent years, but they made it through the qualifiers for the next summer's European Championship, winning 9 of their 10 matches. La Roja is also currently unbeaten in all competitions since losing to Croatia in the 14-game 2018-19 edition of the Nations League.

Switzerland doesn't have Renato Steffen and Breel Embolo in the squad, which means there will be changes from the team that started the last UEFA Nations League match against Germany. Steven Zuber and Remo Freuler can both start from the start, while Haris Seferovic, the second-most-goal scorer in the team is expected to take the lead. Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri is expected to be absent after testing positive for coronavirus recently, Switzerland kicked off their UEFA Nations League 2020-21 campaign with a 2-1 defeat at Ukraine on 3 September ago. when they got 1 point in a 1-1 draw with Germany three days later. Coach Vladimir Petkovic's team is ranked at the bottom of Group D with 1 point. Switzerland will enter the match following a 1-2 defeat to Croatia in a friendly on Wednesday, and now face consecutive away games against Spain and Germany. 




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