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Germany vs Switzerland live on October 13: TV listings, streaming info from 163 countries

October 12, 2020 By Michelle Bonsu
After finally earning their first win of their 2020/2021 UEFA Nations League campaign, Germany will look to make it two wins in two games as they take on Switzerland.

Preview: Germany vs Switzerland

Germany come into this match having finally ended their winless run in this season's UEFA Nations League competition. That being said, die Mannschaft had to work a lot harder than expected to battle to 2-1 draw against a Ukraine side who have been decimated by injuries and illness, and it goes without saying that if they had been pitted against a better team, Joachim Low's men may have found themselves still seeking that first ever win in this tournament.

Having now moved up to second in their quartet thanks to a much-needed win, Germany will turn their attention towards Switzerland. Notably, they failed to beat La Nati in their first meeting, having to settle for a disappointing 1-1 draw, and their opponents will arrive having suffered an unfortunate 1-0 reversal to Spain last weekend. Coupled with their shock 2-1 defeat to Ukraine on matchday one, Vlad Petković's team now sit bottom of the table, with just one point from their first three games, and will be desperate to get a positive result in Cologne on Tuesday evening.

Overall, Germany are unbeaten in their last five ties, but three of those have been draws; meanwhile, Switzerland have won just one of their last five matches, with losses in three of those. Neither team are exactly in the best form at the moment, with Germany in particular struggling to keep clean sheets. This was exposed during their 3-3 draw with Turkey, during which they simply couldn't maintain a lead over the Crescent Stars in a game that was certainly entertaining for neutrals, but nerve-wracking for Germany's supporters.

With Spain expected to beat a struggling Ukraine side, this match is naturally even more crucial for Germany in order to keep up pressure on them at the top of the table. Meanwhile, for Switzerland, they obviously will be looking to turn a huge corner as they now approach the midway point of this tournament on matchday four.

Team news: Germany vs Switzerland

Germany: Chelsea duo Timo Werner and Kai Havertz could make a return to the starting XI after both were very late subs in the match against Ukraine.

Switzerland: Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri is anticipated to make his return to the fold after being away from the international scene for well over a year. However, defender Manuel Akanji is set to miss out after testing positive for COVID-19.

Match facts: Germany vs Switzerland

  • Germany's win over Switzerland was their first ever Nations League win after a six-match winless run (D4 L2)
  • Germany and Switzerland, not surprisingly, are no strangers to each other. This will be their 53 meeting, with die Mannschaft posting a record of W36 D7 L9 from their first 52 clashes against La Nati
  • Germany have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last five games across all comps...including shipping three during a friendly clash with Turkey...
  • ...while Switzerland have scored in all but three of their last 15 matches across all competitions
  • Switzerland's last win over Gemany was in May 2012, when they beat them 5-3 in a friendly match
  • That, to date, is their sole win in over 20+ meetings: D3 L17

Where to watch Germany vs Switzerland  live on October 13, 2020

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

USA: FuboTV, Sling TV, TUDN App, TUDN.com, TUDNxtra, ESPN2

Germany: SRF zwei, Das Erste

Switzerland: SRF zwei, W9 Suisse, RSI La 2, RTS 2, RTS Sport

Australia: Optus Sport

UK: SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Football

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