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Switzerland vs Peru - Watch live: Swiss seek 2nd friendly win on June 3, 2014

June 3, 2014 By Samrin Hasib
World Cup hopefuls Switzerland will take on Peru in a friendly to prepare for matches against Ecuador, France and Honduras in the World Cup.

Switzerland is coming into this match following a 1-0 victory over Jamaica. Switzerland’s starting line-up was perhaps very close to the one which will kick off in Brazil. The Swiss tried but could not break down Jamaica. Eventually the goal came from substitute Josip Drmic. Blerim Dzemaili played a brilliant pass to set Drmic up. Drmic, however, had plenty of hard work left to do.

He rounded the defender guarding him, shifting the ball as well in the process and shot past the Jamaican keeper. The effort was a stylish one; coach Otmar Hitzfeld’s smile and overall reaction on the sidelines showed exactly how wonderful the goal was. Drmic was brought on in place of forward Haris Seferovic, who has not scored in seven games, at halftime.

Peru meanwhile is coming into this one on the back of a 3-0 defeat to England. However, Peru’s coach, Pablo Bengoechea might decide to field some of the regulars he excluded against England in this match, including his evergreen captain Claudio Pizarro. Speaking of Pizarro, Hitzfeld might use this match to test his forwards.

Seferovic’s drought means Hitzfeld is unable to settle on a starting forward just yet. Other options include Mario Gavranovic, scorer of four goals in eight international matches and Freiburg’s Admir Mehmedi, scorer of one goal in four international matches. Seferovic’s record meanwhile reads one in ten matches.

The Swiss national side rarely notches more than two goals; they have done so only once in the past 16 games, against Iceland. They did score 17 goals in World Cup qualifying in ten matches nonetheless. Yet, they do obviously have a small goal scoring problem. This problem makes Hitzfeld’s exclusion of Eren Derdiyok from the squad a tad strange.He might end up fielding Drmic from the start against Peru or he might opt to hand Seferovic a final chance.

Can Switzerland beat Peru? Let us know in the comments below!

Where to watch the match: Live Streams, Live Scores, Start Times, TV Channels:

Watch Switzerland vs Peru live on Tuesday, June 3, 2014:

In Switzerland on SRF zwei, SFV Play, RTS Deux, RSI La 2, RTS Sport

For the complete TV listings and live scores upon kick-off, visit the Switzerland-Peru match page.


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