Beginning with Germany, who find themselves in a rather unfamiliar position in their group. They are currently third having drawn their opening two games 1-1 against Spain and Switzerland. Joachim Low will be demanding more from his crop of players, which still doesn’t feature the likes of high-profile names such as Jerome Boateng and Thomas Mueller, who have regained form under Hansi Flick at Bayern Munich.
However, this upcoming game against Switzerland in Group A4 will be another chance to claw back some of the ground lost in the first two games, and a win could take them up to second behind group leaders Spain.
Although Timo Werner has been ruled out as a precautionary measure, we have tipped his fellow compatriot Serge Gnabry to provide a serious attacking threat, with the Bayern Munich winger to score and Germany to win.