Can The Swiss Win The World Cup?

Can The Swiss Win The World Cup?

Can The Swiss Win The World Cup?

Switzerland comes into the World Cup listed at 100/1 to win the tournament this year. They have a solid defense but they did not play in a strong European qualifying group which led to being drawn into one of the weaker World Cup groups.

They are playing in Group E this summer along with France, Ecuador, and Honduras and they have the third best odds to win the group.

How did Switzerland qualify?

Switzerland won Group E of the UEFA qualification group after recording 24 points in 10 games, topping teams including Iceland, Slovenia, Norway, Albania, and Cyprus. The Swiss finished without losing a single game and scoring 17 goals and allowing only six.

What are Switzerland Betting Odds in the 2014 World Cup?

  • To Win The Tournament +10000
  • To Reach the Final: +3300
  • To Win Group E: +300
  • To Qualify: -146
  • Not To Qualify: +120
  • To Finish Last In Group E: +900
  • To Be the Highest Scoring team in the Tournament: +10000
  • To Be the Highest Scoring team in the Group: +250

Who are Switzerland opponents in the 2014 World Cup?

Switzerland is listed by odds makers at +300 to win the tournament. France is the favorite at -175, followed by Ecuador (+450) and Honduras (+3300).

What is Switzerland schedule For The 2014 World Cup?

On June 15, Switzerland play Ecuador at the Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha, in Brasília. The Swiss are listed +130 in the money line to win, while the South American team is +245.

Switzerland’s (+300) second and perhaps, most difficult game will be against France (+110), on June 20 at the Arena Fonte Nova, in Salvador.

The Swiss will meet against Honduras (700) for the second World Cup in a row; this time on June 25 at the Arena Amazônia, in Manaus, where they are -106 favorites in the money line to win the game.

What’s Switzerland Official Slogan For The 2014 World Cup?

“Final Stop: 07-13-14 Maracana!”

The Swiss Roster for the 2014 World Cup?

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), Goekhan Inler (Napoli), Xherdan Shaqiri (Bayern Munich), Valentin Stocker (Basel)

FORWARDS:  Josip Drmic (Nurnberg), Mario Gavranovic (Zurich), Admir Mehmedi (Freiburg), Haris Seferovic (Real Sociedad), Granit Xhaka (Borussia Moenchengladbach)

Who’s Switzerland Key Player in the 2014 World Cup?

There are not many stars on this team, but Xherdan Shaqiri, the speedy player from Bayern Munich that will be the x-factor for this team.

What are Switzerland Betting Trends For the 2014 World Cup?

  • Switzerland has been in nine World Cups and their best result ended in the quarterfinals, back in 1954 when they host the tournament.
  • Switzerland has won nine games, drawn six and lost 14 in 29 World Cup matches, scored 38 goals and allowed 52.
  • Switzerland have never played Ecuador
  • Switzerland trails the series against France with four losses, three draws and three wins.
  • Switzerland met for the first and only time at South Africa 2010 in the group stage; the game finished 0-0, a result that ultimately eliminated both from the competition.

How far will Switzerland go?

Considering France is the favorite in the group and Ecuador could be playing with a lot of home support in Brazil, Switzerland should be eliminated at the group stage, just like four years ago.

Odds to Win 2014 FIFA World Cup:

  • Brazil 3/1
  • Argentina 9/2
  • Germany 11/2
  • Spain 13/2
  • Belgium 14/1
  • France 20/1
  • Italy 22/1
  • Uruguay 22/1
  • Colombia 25/1
  • Netherlands 25/1
  • England 28/1
  • Portugal 28/1
  • Chile 40/1
  • Russia 66/1
  • Mexico 100/1
  • Switzerland 100/1
  • USA 100/1
  • Ecuador 125/1
  • Ivory Coast 125/1
  • Croatia 150/1
  • Japan 150/1
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina 200/1
  • Ghana 200/1
  • Greece 200/1
  • Nigeria 250/1
  • South Korea 300/1
  • Australia 500/1
  • Cameroon 500/1
  • Algeria 1000/1
  • Costa Rica 1000/1
  • Honduras 1500/1
  • Iran 1500/1