Sweden and Switzerland will face each other to earn the spot in the next round which could lead either of them to their first quarter-finals in this century. Sweden, despite being paired with the reigning champions Germany, unexpectedly topped a tough Group F. The Scandinavian side faced a 2-1 defeat by Germany, as a last minute Toni Kroos goal denied Sweden a draw against crowned champions of 2014, but a 3-0 drubbing of Mexico helped them top the group on a goal-difference after levelling points with them. Switzerland earned qualification to the next round by limping over the line, earning five points in three matches. The final game was a captivating 2-2 draw with Costa Rica that saw them go on to a hard-earned qualification into the next round, as Schweizer Nati only needed a draw to go further. The two sides will compete against each other for the 29th time in their history, but at the same time, it will be a first-ever face-off between the two […]
We look at the two key battles that could have a major bearing on the outcome of the game when Sweden take on Switzerland in the round of 16.
Switzerland pulled off a brilliant comeback to beat Serbia 2-1 on Friday. The Hard Tackle looks at three players who made a serious impact on the game.
We take a look at who could be the game-changers as Serbia go head to head against Switzerland in their second Group E match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Serbia and Switzerland will lock horns against each other in the second round of 2018 FIFA World Cup Group E clashes on Friday.
Switzerland find themselves tied to the tough Group-E, but have a team that can get through to the next round; but will they?
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With the FIFA World Cup 2018 set to kick off in a matter of days, we bring you the lowdown on Group E that consists of Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia.
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Lukasz Fabianski is set to keep his position between the sticks for this game as first-choice keeper Wojciech Szczesny is still ruled out with an injury. Apart from that, Poland are expected to field a full strength line up for the clash in Marseille.