The Swiss and French will meet on June 20 at Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador which is the biggest city on the north-eastern coast of Brazil. This is the match that could have the high-priority on the outcome of World Cup Group E. It is expected hot and humid conditions could be remain on that particular day in Salvador thus it could become a vital factor for this match. Since winning the Cup in 1998, France team has been regarded as one of the true puzzles of world football. But seriously, they still have a handful of young players upfront into this year’s tournament. The recent reality of France team is less flattering as Zinedine Zidane just retired after the 2006 Germany World Cup. The main reason for their Failure in football is that they could not able to replace their icons like Lilian Thuram, Zidane and Thierry Henry. But luckily they’re more than capable of advancing in this world cup as they are in an easy group for the Brazil world cup. Coach Didier Deschamps is really very hopeful for Les Bleus to take in a new height. He said, “We can’t count ourselves among the favorites because there are teams who have more experience, whose results over the past four or five years are much better than ours. e have a competitive team capable of doing great things but also capable of alternating with much less good things.” But it is unlikely for Switzerland to play hostile or antagonastic football against France. It will be forced to come out firing by Coach Ottmar Hitzfeld for the game in Salvador. This managerial experienced coach may have a tactical masterstroke prepared for this game. Hitzfeld told RMC radio “I hope to beat France so that we can finish first. But beating France will be an enormous surprise because, for me, France remains the group favorite.” However, this match is likely to decide the Group E winner – and possibly avoiding Argentina in the second round.
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Date: June 20 2014
Kick-off: Salvador 19:00 GMT, 03:00 PM ET, 20:00 UK
Venue: Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador
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ITV, BBC Radio 5 live and BBC Sport website will broadcast the game of Switzerland vs France.
Players to watch:
Xherdan Shaquiri has played 17 games and scored 6 goals. The 22 year old, is highly regarded for his speed both on and off the ball. He has particularly the talent to give the French a few group stage headaches. So he wiill be a top player to watch on June 20.
Frank Ribery, Les Bleus’s dangerous midfield is the reigning French Player of the Year. This German power Bayern Munich player has an average of 14 goals per season with Bayern Munich.
The European neighbors France and Switzerland have been extremely well-matched over the years. France won 15, Switzerland 12 and nine draws on their encounters between them.
Date Match Result Score Competition
12 Feb 1905 France v Switzerland W 1-0 International
08 Mar 1908 Switzerland v France W 1-2 International
23 Apr 1911 Switzerland v France L 5-2 International
18 Feb 1912 France v Switzerland W 4-1 International
09 Mar 1913 Switzerland v France W 1-4 International
08 Mar 1914 France v Switzerland D 2-2 International
29 Feb 1920 Switzerland v France W 0-2 International
22 Apr 1923 France v Switzerland D 2-2 International
23 Mar 1924 Switzerland v France L 3-0 International
25 Apr 1926 France v Switzerland W 1-0 International
11 Mar 1928 Switzerland v France L 4-3 International
23 Mar 1930 France v Switzerland D 3-3 International
20 Mar 1932 Switzerland v France D 3-3 International
11 Mar 1934 France v Switzerland L 0-1 International
27 Oct 1935 Switzerland v France L 2-1 International
10 Oct 1937 France v Switzerland W 2-1 International
08 Mar 1942 France v Switzerland L 0-2 International
08 Apr 1945 Switzerland v France L 1-0 International
08 Jun 1947 Switzerland v France W 1-2 International
04 Jun 1949 France v Switzerland W 4-2 International
14 Oct 1951 Switzerland v France W 1-2 International
11 Nov 1953 France v Switzerland L 2-4 International
09 Oct 1955 Switzerland v France W 1-2 International
16 Apr 1958 France v Switzerland D 0-0 International
12 Oct 1960 Switzerland v France L 6-2 International
11 Nov 1963 France v Switzerland D 2-2 International
03 May 1970 Switzerland v France L 2-1 International
23 Apr 1977 Switzerland v France W 0-4 International
19 Aug 1986 Switzerland v France L 2-0 International
02 Feb 1988 France v Switzerland W 2-1 Four Nations Tournament
27 May 1992 Switzerland v France L 2-1 International
20 Aug 2003 Switzerland v France W 0-2 International
21 Jun 2004 Switzerland v France W 1-3 European Championship
26 Mar 2005 France v Switzerland D 0-0 FIFA World Cup
08 Oct 2005 Switzerland v France D 1-1 FIFA World Cup
13 Jun 2006 France v Switzerland D 0-0 FIFA World Cup
The Swiss haven’t emerged victorious since 1992. They will try to secure all three points on Friday 20 June.
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Goalkeepers: Diego Benaglio (Wolfsburg), Roman Buerki (Grasshopper), Yann Sommer (Basel).
Defenders: Johan Djourou (Hamburg), Michael Lang (Grasshopper), Stephan Lichtsteiner (Juventus), Ricardo Rodriguez (Wolfsburg), Fabian Schaer (Basel), Philippe Senderos (Valencia), Steve von Bergen (Young Boys), Reto Ziegler (Sassuolo).
Midfielders: Tranquillo Barnetta (Eintracht Frankfurt), Valon Behrami (Napoli), Blerim Dzemaili (Napoli), Gelson Fernandes (Freiburg), Gokhan Inler (Napoli), Xherdan Shaqiri (Bayern Munich), Valentin Stocker (Basel).
Forwards: Josip Drmic (Nuremberg), Mario Gavranovic (Zurich), Admir Mehmedi (Freiburg), Haris Seferovic (Real Sociedad), Granit Xhaka (Borussia Monchengladbach).
Goalkeepers: Hugo Lloris (Tottenham Hotspur), Stephane Ruffier (Marseille), Mickael Landreau (Bastia).
Defenders: Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle), Lucas Digne (Paris St-Germain) Patrice Evra (Manchester United), Laurent Koscielny, Bacary Sagna (both Arsenal), Eliaquim Mangala (Porto), Mamadou Sakho (Liverpool), Raphael Varane (Real Madrid).
Midfielders: Yohan Cabaye, Blaise Matuidi (both Paris St-Germain), Clement Grenier (Lyon), Rio Mavuba (Lille), Paul Pogba (Juventus), Moussa Sissoko (Newcastle), Mathieu Valbuena (Marseille).
Forwards: Karim Benzema (Real Madrid), Olivier Giroud (Arsenal), Antoine Griezmann (Real Sociedad), Loic Remy (Newastle, on loan from QPR), Franck Ribery (Bayern Munich).