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WORLD CUP 2022 :- Serbia vs Switzerland Preview, Match Info


Switzerland will face Serbia today in the pre-quarter match of Group G. The match will start at 12.30 am IST at 974 Stadium.

   Switzerland is currently second with 3 points from 2 matches and Serbia is last with 1 point.  Therefore, if Brazil defeats or draws Cameroon today, only a draw against Serbia is enough for the Swiss team to secure the knockout.  Meanwhile, if Cameroon beat Brazil today and Switzerland beat Serbia, the Swiss team could be the group champions if they lead on goal difference.

   But that is unlikely.  On the other hand, only a win will give Serbia a chance to advance to the pre-quarters.  Success is not guaranteed.  Brazil will also have to depend on the result of the Cameroon match.  Anyway, today will be a life-and-death battle for Serbia.  Tadic, Vlahovic, Mitrovic, Savic and Kostic are the best players in the team but they haven't been able to perform well so far.  Today, it's time to bring that one out.

   At the same time, Switzerland defeated Cameroon in the first match and lost to Brazil in the second match.  The Swiss team is hoping for players like Mbolo, Shaqiri, Xhaka, Froler, Akanji and Sommer.  With Switzerland looking to secure the knockouts and Serbia gearing up for a comeback, we're in for a thrilling match.


Serbia         :- 36%

Switzerland      :- 35%

Draw                :- 29%


Date:- 3/12/2022

Time:- 12.30 AM (IST)

Venue:- Stadium 974 - Ras Abu Aboud


1) Serbia vs Switzerland in FIFA World Cup 2018.  Xerdan Shaqiri scored in the 90th minute to give the Swiss a 2-1 win.

2) Serbia lost their final group stage games in each of their three previous FIFA World Cup participations as an independent nation, conceding at least twice in each defeat.

3) A win for Switzerland would guarantee them a place in the knockout stages of the World Cup.  They have not lost their final group game in any of their last four partnerships (W2 D2).

4) After suffering a 1-0 loss to Brazil in MD2, Switzerland will be looking to avoid back-to-back World Cup defeats since 1994 against Colombia and Spain.

5) Serbia drew their first World Cup match last time out (W2 L8) and their 3-3 draw against Cameroon marked the first time they have scored as many as three goals in a World Cup match.