Switzerland had a relatively smooth group stage in this year’s Euros, with a record of 1 win, 1 draw and 1 loss to reach the last eight, an improvement over the last Euros.
In the previous game, Switzerland won a close match. In the match with France, Switzerland drew 3-3 with the defending champions until 120 minutes, sending the match to a penalty shootout, where Swiss goalkeeper Sommer saved Mbappe’s penalty, allowing Switzerland to eliminate France to advance to the last 8.
The main credit for Switzerland’s victory over France has to go to striker Seferovic, who scored twice against France at the critical moment to help the team win.
But although Switzerland broke into the top 8, but the opponents will be increasingly cautious, for Switzerland is also a considerable challenge.
Spain as one of the world’s strongest teams, the team’s strength is undoubtedly.They has participated in various world competitions for many times, and also the experience of winning the title, their strength is very strong.
In the group stage, Spain ranked second in the group with 1 win and 2 draws, and successfully advanced. The last match against Croatia, led by Modric, was tied 3-3 in 90 minutes, but eliminated Croatia 5-3 in extra time thanks to goals from Morata and Oyasabal.
The trio of Salavia, Torres and Morata have each scored 2 goals in this year’s Euros, making them the mainstay of Spain’s attack.
The absence of veteran Ramos still has an impact on the defensive end, but I believe the young players in the Spanish team are also capable of defending back line.
The teams that made it to the last eight are all very strong, but there is no doubt that Spain is stronger than Switzerland in terms of overall strength. Although Switzerland took down France in the last match, I think it was partly due to luck. Spain is not weaker than France in terms of offense and defense, and Spain’s recent form is also quite good.
Pick Spain win
Score: 0-2 0-3