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

Switzerland and Germany clash in Frankfurt on Sunday as Euro 2024 Group A reaches a conclusion.

The host nation have already secured their place in the next round and a point would see them finish at the top of Group A, while Switzerland are virtually guaranteed a knockout spot and a point would ensure they finish in second place.

Switzerland v Germany

How to watch Switzerland v Germany and TV channel

Switzerland v Germany will be broadcast on BBC2 in the UK.

Switzerland v Germany kick-off time, date and venue

Switzerland v Germany will be played at Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt, Germany and kick-off is at 20:00 (BST) on Sunday 23rd June 2024.

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

Germany have a perfect record so far with two wins in as many games, scoring seven goals and conceding just once in the process.

Switzerland have four points on the board after beating Hungary and then drawing with Scotland.

Bayern Munich’s Jamal Musiala has scored in both of Germany’s Euro 2024 fixtures.

These teams last met in 2020 in the Nations League and both games finished as draws, while he Swiss are unbeaten in their last three games against Germany, with their last loss coming in 2008. 

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

Switzerland wins




Germany wins


Switzerland v Germany team news

Switzerland team news

Denis Zakaria is yet to feature in Germany due to a hip issue, but he could play some part for the Swiss against the tournament hosts.

Boss Murat Yakin may keep the faith with veteran Xherdan Shaqiri after his wonder strike against Scotland and forward Breel Embolo could be handed his first start after two appearances from the bench. 

Germany team news

Germany have no concerns and could name an unchanged XI, but boss Julian Nagelsmann may opt to rest a few players and hand others chances now they are guaranteed a knockout spot.

Jonathan Tah, Antonio Rudige, Maximilian Mittelstadt and Robert Andrich have all been booked and that could influence Nagelsmann’s thinking.

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