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Spain vs Switzerland Predictions

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Spain Under 1.5 Team Goals

Reason for tip

Spain, whose average xG from two home games in Group 2 is 0.88, have scored one goal or fewer in three of their last five Nations League home games. Switzerland, meanwhile, have conceded one goal or fewer in six of their last nine Nations League contests, including three games against Spain.

 

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Spain 1-0

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Neither nation has scored a second goal in any of the last six head-to-head meetings between them – the Swiss having conceded one goal or fewer in six of their last nine Nations League contests, including three games against Spain. A 1-0 Spain win is preferred in correct score betting as the hosts have kept clean sheets in four of their last seven home games while the Swiss failed to register in their last away date in Portugal.

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Spain vs Switzerland Predictions

  • Spain have scored one goal or fewer in three of their last five Nations League home games.
  • Switzerland have conceded one goal or fewer in six of their last nine Nations League contests, including three games against Spain.
  • Spain’s average xG from two home games in this Uefa Nations League is 0.88.

Tight contest expected in Spain

Spain are in control of their own Nations League destiny as they return to Zaragoza for the first time in 19 years to entertain relegation-threatened Switzerland on Saturday.

La Furia Roja began slowly in Group 2 with back-to-back score draws against Portugal and the Czech Republic, but they took six points out of six from their second two games in June. Pablo Sarabia’s 13th-minute effort decided a tight contest in Geneva between these two and Spain followed it up with a 2-0 home victory over the Czechs again a few days later.

Despite sitting pretty at the top of the standings and with some wide-margin World Cup qualifying wins behind them not so long ago, Luis Enrique’s side don’t seem to be blessed with the sharpest cutting edge in international football.

Latest striker call-ups won’t excite Spanish fans

Their average home xG in this group is less than one and they have scored one goal or fewer in three of their last five Nations League home games. Uncapped strike duo Borja Iglesias and Nicol Williams have been given a chance to impress ahead of the World Cup, but neither boast the sort of prolific club record that will excite Spanish fans.

Defending was a problem for the Swiss in the early games of this group, but they improved to keep a cleans heet in a gritty 1-0 win over Portugal last time out. Manuel Akanji is in good form at club level and can anchor the Swiss defence against Spain on Sunday in a game which might not feature too many goals.

Neither nation has scored a second goal in any of the last six head-to-head meetings between them and there’s a good chance that run extends to seven here with the Swiss having conceded one goal or fewer in six of their last nine Nations League contests, including three games against Spain. A 1-0 Spain win is preferred in correct score betting as the hosts have kept clean sheets in four of their last seven home games while the Swiss failed to register in their last away date in Portugal.

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