Switzerland are looking to strengthen their place at the top of their EURO 2024 qualifying group as they face Andorra this weekend.
Andorra currently sit 4th in Group I with one draw and one loss from their first two games of qualifying.
They began their campaign with a 0-2 loss to Andorra before claiming a solid point away at Kosovo in their most recent encounter.
Andorra are the lowest ranked team in this group, as they usually always are, and with qualification out of reach their goal will be to avoid finishing bottom of the group.
They're coming into this game in typically poor form having failed to win any of their last five matches having lost three of their last four games.
At home their form is slightly better having won one, drawn two and lost two of their last fie on home soil so they'll be hoping they can use that to strive for a positive result here.
Andorra are usually the whipping boys of their group and there is much debate as to whether or not it's beneficial for nations of this size to be involved in qualifying in its current format, but that is a debate for a different date and as far as this game is concerned it feels unlikely that anything other than an away win will occur.
Switzerland currently top of Group I with two wins from their first two games of qualifying.
Their opening fixture saw them run riot in Belarus with a 5-0 victory before an impressive 3-0 win over Israel in their most recent game.
All in all, qualifying couldn't have started any better for the Swiss who now look certain to cruise towards a confirmed place in next summer's tournament in Germany.
Their form overall is good coming into this game having won three of their last four competitive matches stretching back to the World Cup in Qatar, where Switzerland progressed from a difficult group.
Their form at home is impressive, too, with the Swiss having won each of their last two competitive matches on the road, one of which was a 2-1 win over Spain.
Switzerland are one of the best international teams in the world when it comes to maximising the limited, but still good, talent at their disposal and EURO 2024 will likely be the last hurrah for the generation that includes Granit Xhaka, Sheridan Shaqiri, Haris Seferović, Fabian Schär and Ricardo Rodrigues - at least as a unit - so they'll be desperate to give their fans a good sendoff having served their nation admirably over the years.
This should be a fairly straightforward fixture for Switzerland who will be optimistic of winning every game in this group.
For our Andorra vs. Switzerland prediction, we're going for a 4-0 win for the away side.