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France vs. Switzerland is scheduled for kick-off at 20:00 (GMT+1) on Monday, the 28th of June at Arena Nationala, Bucharest.


France finished at the top of Group F with 5 points after 1W, 2D & 0L to make it into the knock-out stage from the group dubbed the Group-of-Death. The permutations and combinations saw the race go to the wire on the final day of the group stage. At the end of the first-half, Hugo Lloris pulled a foul in the box, leaving Cristiano Ronaldo (31' P) an opportunity to score from his favorite spot. Portugal saw their lead chalked off when Kylian Mbappe fell easily after his run was cut off by the Portuguese defense earning France a penalty. Karim Benzema (45' P) put the ball in from the penalty spot. Minutes into the second half (47'), the prolific forward put France in the lead. But Portugal earned another penalty, and Ronaldo (60') stepped up once again – this time to score the 109th goal of his international career. 2-2, the game finished in a draw. Portugal remains unbeaten in six games in all international appearances: WWWWDD. Coach Didier Deschamps will likely adopt a 4—2—3—1 formation or its close replica 4—3—1—2 on Monday with Benzema leading the attack in the former or doing so along with Mbappe in the latter.


Meanwhile, Switzerland slipped into the last 16 despite finishing 3rd place with 4 points in Group A. They defeated Turkey on Match Day 3 to cross the line to safety. It was all Switzerland after the whistle was blown, until they took the lead through Haris Seferovic (6'). Minutes later, Xherdan Shaqiri (26') doubled the Swiss lead, but Kahveci's fantastic left footed shot (62') saw Turkey get back into the game. However, Xherdan Shaqiri (68') restored the two-goal lead six minutes later, bringing the game to an end at 3-1. Switzerland have only one defeat in six international games: WWWDLW. A 3—4—1—2 formation with the no. 9 Shirt, Seferovic leading the attack alongside Borussia Moenchengladbach's Breel Embolo is predicted once again. Coach Vladimir Petković will be hoping his side can replicate a similar performance like they did against Turkey.


The last time both countries met, it ended in a goalless draw. Before that fixture, in June 2014, France defeated Switzerland, 5-2. Another tie in June 2006 ended in a goalless draw.


A 2-1 win for France is predicted at full-time.

Venue: National Arena, Bucharest Romania. 

Date: Monday, June 28, 2021. 

Kick-Off Time: 20:00 (GMT+1). 

Tournament: Euro 2020.

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