England – Switzerland (08.09.2015)

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Match: England – Switzerland

Date: Tuesday, 8th September 2015

Start time: 7:45 pm

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England hosts Switzerland match of Group “E” of qualifications for the UEFA EURO 2016 Finals in France. The game is on Tuesday, September 8 from 19:45 GMT.

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England is at the top of the group after seven wins from seven games in group. In their last match they defeated San Marino guest with 6:0 and secured direct qualification for Euro 2016. Two hits for the win over San Marino noted Theo Walcott, but one added Wayne Rooney, Harry Kane and Ross Barkley.

Goal Rooney was 49th for him with the national team, which he tied on top with Sir Bobby Charlton in the eternal scorer rating of “Three Lions”. Switzerland footballer against Manchester United will be looking for his 50th goal, which is to become the number one goal for England for all time.

After Roy Hodgson already ranked team of Euro 2016, in the upcoming game can not afford to make a few changes. I look in the starting line-up to see Ryan Mason, Fabian Delph and Kiaran Gibbs.


Switzerland are second in the group with a total of 15 points, 6 behind their opponent by more than 5 third Estonia. “Crusaders” made an impressive turnaround against Slovenia before the visit of “Wembley”. They catch up from 0:2 and finally won the match thanks to hits of Joseph Darmich and Vladimir Shtoker.

Quite players in the Swiss team have experience in English pitches. Although this season in the Premier League, Shaqiri, Behrami and Inler will certainly be well prepared for the upcoming clash. Supported by Borussia Monchengladbach star Granit Xhaka, then Switzerland might win the battle in midfield.

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In the first match England reached the victory with 2: 0 after two goals from Danny Welbeck. In the last six games between both teams have fallen a total of 16 goals, making more than three per game.

Betting Prediction:

In the history of games between this two teams never finished with not over less than two goals scored. I expect this trend to continue and to witness the spectacular game of “Wembley”.

Tip: Over 2.0 goals (Alternative goals lines) at odds of 1.62 in England - Switzerland (08.09.2015) 5

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