Match Time：11/12/2020 03:45 Thursday (GMT+8)
Switzerland will go to King Power at Den Dreef Stadion to do battle with Belgium on Wednesday 11 November. The kick-off time is 7:45pm (UK) for this Friendly International match-up.
Head To Head
In terms of recent performance, Belgium played Switzerland in 2018 in a UEFA Nations League match. The winners after 90 minutes were Switzerland - with a final score of 5-2. T. Hazard netted twice for the home side. H. Seferović scored three times for the away team.
Over the last ten years, the two teams have faced-off 3 times. Belgium have won in 2 of these. Switzerland have won once. None of the matches ended in a draw.
There has been an average of 4.33 goals per fixture. Belgium have scored an average of 2.0; Switzerland score an average of 2.33.
Looking at the match-up in terms of combined Home and Away performance, whichever side has been at home has won 66% of these matches and the visitors have won 33% of the time.
Looking at results for the last year, they have played 7 matches. They have 5 wins; 1 draw; and 1 loss. This gives Belgium a recent Win-Draw-Loss rate of: 71%-14%-14%.
In this time, they have scored 3.0 goals on average per match; while conceding 1.0 goals on average.
When at home, in this period, they have a win rate of 66% (2 wins) in their 3 home fixtures. 33% (1) of these home games have been a draw, with the remaining 0% (0) being a loss.
When at home in this time, their average number of goals scored is 4.0. They have conceded 1.0 on average.
They've scored in their last 22.
There has been 7 matches played by the away team over the recent 12 months. They have 2 wins; 2 draws; and 3 losses. This recent form puts Switzerland on a Win-Draw-Loss rate of: 28%-28%-42%.
During this recent year, they average 1.86 goals per match. They have conceded an average of 1.43.
On the road in the last 12 months, they have a win rate of 25% (1 wins). There have been 4 away fixtures. 25% (1) of these away games have been a draw, with the remaining 50% (2) resulting in a loss when they are the away team.
On average they have scored 2.5 goals when away in this last year. They have conceded 1.75.
Across all competitions, their recent performance data shows that they have scored 19 goals in their last ten matches and in this time they have a win rate of 40%. The total number of times both Switzerland and the opposition have scored is 5 out of the ten; the total number of matches with over 2.5 goals scored is 5 in the last ten.
Belgium VS Switzerland