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Germany vs Switzerland 
UEFA Nations League

Germany remain unbeaten in UEFA Nations League (UNL) action this term (W1, D2), but their 2-1 victory over Ukraine (October 10) was their first win in this competition since its launch (W1, D4, L2). They’ve now scored in each of their last 17 matches (W9, D6, L2), and their last five all featured both teams on the scoresheet (W2, D3).
In fact their last five home games also saw both teams score (W2, D3) whilst their last eight at home featured an entertaining average of 4.88 goals per game. Remarkably well-disciplined, Joachim Löw’s side have received just two yellow cards across their last five competitive internationals as hosts.
Switzerland’s chances of repeating 2018’s fourth-place UNL finish are looking slim after their 1-0 defeat to Spain last time out left them bottom of the group (D1, L2). They’ve now failed to keep a clean sheet in five matches (W1, D1, L3), but didn’t concede after the 75th minute during that sequence. Curiously, they’ve leaked a goal in the 14th minute in three of their last four games!
Poor travellers recently, Switzerland have won just one of their previous six away fixtures (D1, L4), a 6-1 hammering of lowly Gibraltar. They received two or three yellow cards in each of those matches whilst conceding an average of 1.5 goals per game. Ominously, they haven’t won a H2H in Germany/West Germany since 1956 (D1, L6).
Players to watchLeon Goretzka’s strike for Germany against Ukraine made it five goals across his last four internationals. His three goals for club and country this term came before the 50th minute.
Haris Seferović has netted three goals in his last two matches for Benfica, and Switzerland have lost just one of his 14 goalscoring appearances (W13).
Hot stat: Just three of the last 23 goals Germany have conceded arrived before HT.
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