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Scotland v Switzerland: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

After their 5-1 defeat to Germany on Friday, Scotland will hope to respond at the first attempt when they face Switzerland in their Euro 2024 clash in Cologne.

Steve Clarke's men had hoped to frustrate the hosts on the opening night of the European Championship, but they fell behind after 10 minutes, and they trailed 3-0 at the break.

While Scotland were left red-faced in their opening match, Switzerland showed they mean business as they beat Hungary 3-1 to put themselves in a commanding position in Group A.

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How to watch Scotland v Switzerland and TV channel

Scotland v Switzerland will be shown live on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.

Scotland v Switzerland kick-off time, date and venue

Scotland will take on Switzerland at the Cologne Stadium in Cologne, with the match scheduled to start at 20:00 BST on Wednesday 19th June 2024.

Scotland v Switzerland stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Scotland have only won one of their previous 10 matches in all competitions and that came against Gibraltar in a friendly earlier this month.

They have lost six of their last 10, including their heavy 5-1 defeat to Germany on Friday.

Switzerland's 3-1 success over Hungary extended their unbeaten run to five matches, while they have only lost one of their previous 15.

The two sides have met on 16 occasions in the past, with Scotland shading the head-to-head encounters with eight wins.

Scotland v Switzerland head-to-head record (H2H)

Scotland wins




Switzerland wins


*H2H stats refer to all competitions and friendlies

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Scotland v Switzerland team news

Scotland team news

Centre-back Ryan Porteous will miss this game and the match against Hungary after his straight red card against Germany, meaning either Grant Hanley or Scott McKenna will fill in at the back.

Billy Gilmour and Lawrence Shankland will be pushing to return to the starting XI, having started the game against Germany on the bench.

Switzerland team news

Switzerland midfielder Denis Zakaria should be fit enough to feature from the bench, but a recent thigh injury means he is unlikely to start on Wednesday.

Steven Zuber continues to train on his own, however, while Silvan Widmer and Remo Freuler will need to be careful, as they will miss the clash with Germany if they are booked.

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