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Portugal vs Switzerland UEFA Nations League LIVE Football Score 12 Jun 2022

Switzerland is going head to head with Portugal starting on 12 Jun 2022 at 18:45 UTC at Stade de Genéve stadium, Geneva city, Switzerland. The match is a part of the UEFA Nations League, Group A2.

Switzerland played against Portugal in 1 matches this season. Currently, Switzerland rank 4th, while Portugal hold 1st position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? Site ‘s rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.

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Top meets bottom in Sunday’s League A Group 2 UEFA Nations League showdown, as a pointless Switzerland side welcome group leaders Portugal to Geneva.
The hosts fell to a 1-0 defeat to Spain on Thursday night, while Fernando Santos’s side eased to a 2-0 success over the Czech Republic.

With one foot already in the finals of the 2022-23 Nations League, Portugal can steer further clear of Iberian counterparts Spain at the top of the rankings this week and were in no mood to suffer any scares against a resilient Czech Republic side last time out.

First-half strikes from Goncalo Guedes and Joao Cancelo put the tie to bed as the Selecao continue to ramp up preparations for the 2022 World Cup, although coach Fernando Santos was frustrated not to see his side make their dominance count for more goals in midweek.

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Switzerland’s chances of progressing to the Nations League Finals were always considered to be remote, but a dissatisfactory set of results this weekend could seal their fate in that regard after a damaging start to the new cycle.

Returning to home comforts after away defeats to the Czech Republic and Portugal, Switzerland hosted Spain on Thursday night but once again flattered to deceive on the attacking front, as Pablo Sarabia’s effort settled the contest in La Roja’s favour

Event details:
NAME: Switzerland – Portugal
DATE: 12 Jun 2022
TIME: 18:45 UTC
VENUE: Stade de Genéve, Geneva, Switzerland

Murat Yakin’s men unsurprisingly sit rock bottom of the rankings as one of only two sides across the four League A groups yet to pick up a point – the other being Wales, who have played a game fewer – and they cannot rise any higher before the month is up.

Switzerland have been ever-presents in League A since the Nations League came about but are surely fearing for their safety in the top tier now, and Yakin’s side could have done without this hit to the confidence before they test their mettle in Qatar.

It is now four defeats and a draw in their last five matches for the Rossocrociati, who have only won one of their last five Nations League games on home soil and could desperately use a summer of rest and recovery before September’s fixtures roll around.