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UEFA Nations League: Switzerland vs Germany is live in 100+ countries; here's how to watch it

September 5, 2020 By Michelle Bonsu
After a frustrating one-all draw with Spain, Germany will be seeking to pick up their first win as they travel to face Switzerland. Live Soccer TV's match preview provides match facts, team news, and global broadcast listings for Switzerland vs Germany.

Preview: Switzerland vs Germany

Following their 1-1 stalemate against Spain, Germany will be hoping to pick up their first win as they travel to face Switzerland. The 2014 World Cup winners are actually quite fortunate to be even featuring in League A, as they finished bottom of their trio in the inaugural Nations League tournament and would have been relegated if UEFA hadn't reformatted the competition to allow for four teams per group in League A this time around. With that in mind, Joachim Löw will be seeking a much more improved performance from his team as they take on Switzerland.

Although new Chelsea striker Timo Werner had  given them a slim goal, Spain managed to snatch a point with a late equalizer due to a longer than usual injury time period. In addition, Spain, who were the visiting side, were also helped by David De Gea's strong showing in between the posts - which prevented Germany from definitely scoring at least two or three more goals in that contest.

Meanwhile, Switzerland will be also gunning for a win after a disappointing 2-1 loss to Ukraine. Despite boasting superior talent with the likes of Borussia Mönchengladbach's Breel Embolo and Benfica's Haris Seferović in attack, La Nati were unable to make their advantage count against the Eastern European outfit and now sit bottom of their quartet.

This will be the first meeting between Switzerland and Germany since May 2012, when La Nati defeated die Mannschaft 5-3 a friendly, but if one wants to note the last time the two sides locked horns in a competitive fixture, one will have to go back to a time when none of the players - and many fans - were not even born yet. In fact, it's been over 50 years since the two sides squared off, with the last competitive meeting taking place in 1966. The venue was the World Cup, and Germany, then known as West Germany and led by the iconic Franz Beckenbauer, cruised to a 5-0 win.

With Spain expected to beat Ukraine, victory in this game will be that much more important for both sides in order to close the gap.

Team news: Switzerland vs Germany

Switzerland: The hosts have been dealt a huge blow with star man Xherdan Shaqiri out as a result of an injury.

Germany: Nico Schulz is out injured. In addition, Kai Havertz has left the group in order to complete his transfer to Chelsea, but other from that, Löw will have everyone else available for this game.

Match facts: Switzerland vs Germany

  • Germany's record vs Switzerland: W36 D6 L9
  • However, La Nati did beat die Mannschaft in their last meeting, a 5-3 victory in a May 2012 friendly
  • That was the first win for Switzerland in 19 matches (D2 L17) since winning in 1956

Where to watch Switzerland vs Germany live on September 6, 2020

Switzerland vs Germany kick off at 11:45 PT/14:45 ET/18:45 GMT/20:45 CET

USA: FuboTV, TUDNxtra, ESPN+, TUDN App, TUDN.com

Switzerland: RTS Sport, SFV Play, RTS 2, SRF zwei

Germany: DAZN, SFV Play, SRF zwei, ZDF   

Australia: Optus Sport

UK: SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Football

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

Switzerland 1 - 1 Germany

September 6, 2020 2:45pmSt. Jakob-Park (Basel)

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