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Canada vs Switzerland live stream info & TV listings - FIFA WWC 2015

June 20, 2015 By Abdullah Zubair
Hosts Canada will face Switzerland in a Round of 16 clash at the BC Place. Check the live TV and online streaming broadcast listings for Canada vs Switzerland below.

The hosts have been very impressive in the campaign so far and now face Switzerland in a do or die situation. Even though they have been undefeated so far, the Canadian side ranked the 8th best in the world managed just a single victory. The remaining two matches ended in draws including their last fixture against Netherlands which ended 1-1.

They were able to get the better of China in their opening game through some late heroics from Christine Sinclair. In their second match they were held to a 0-0 stalemate against New Zealand and conceded late against the Dutch as the match ended all even. However Canada will be proud of their defensive record having conceded just once since the commencement of the competition.

Hosts Canada are much better than their opponents Switzerland as far as rankings are concerned but Canada women's team manager John Herdman has refused to pay heed to that and expects a close match.

“There’s no David and Goliath story about this game. You’ve got a very organized team with two world-class strikers who play in the top teams in the world,” said Canada coach John Herdman.

“From Canada’s perspective, we’re just looking at the game and saying, ‘What do we have to do? We’ve got to win the game.’ That’s what you do in the knockout rounds.

A concern for Canada is that they might be without some key players including Diana Matheson. The 31 year old was nearing a return until she suffered a setback before the match against Netherlands.

“The light’s looking amber to green at the minute for Diana to be back on the roster,” Herdman said.

Sophie Schmidt another star player in the Canadian line-up is also a doubt for the match after colliding with Netherlands' Kirsten Van De Ven in Canada's last match.

Herdman is hoping his team can take advantage of playing at home turf as they approach the knock out stage.

“We don’t get another chance at this game, and our style and our approach will have to be better to overcome what the Swiss are going to throw at us.”

Switzerland have smoothly made their way to the knockout stage and have done remarkably well so far. They performed admirably against defending champions Japan but lost by a 1-0 score line ultimately. Their next match resulted in their performance of the campaign as they subjected Ecuador to a 10-1 defeat.

They however surprisingly suffered defeat in their last match as Cameroon got the better of them.
The two sides have faced one another four times with Canada picking up a victory on three occasions something it will aim to do again with the home support at its back.

 

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