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Wales flicked between a back three and back four in each warm-up game but may lean towards the former here. Harry Wilson has recently been used as a central striker for Wales and we could see that continue here with Gareth Bale and Dan James either side. Rhys Norrington-Davies may get the nod over Neco Williams at left wing-back for Wales, while Danny Ward and Wayne Hennessey are in competition in goal. Chelsea’s Ethan Ampadu has been a regular for Wales, often more than for club, but may not get in the side here. Joe Morrell or Joe Allen are more likely to start next to Aaron Ramsey in central midfield. Wales have actually won seven of the last 10 matches Ramsey has missed but it would be a bold call to leave out the Juventus midfielder on Saturday. Switzerland like to play with two strikers so Denis Zakaria and Remo Freuler are really battling for one place in midfield alongside Granit Xhaka. Breel Embolo, Admir Mehmedi and Mario Gavranovic are in competition to start up front. The latter did net a hat-trick against Liechtenstein in one of their warm-up games. They have the option of playing Ricardo Rodriguez at left wing-back or as a third centre-back on Saturday.

Wales – Switzerland: Preview and Highest Odds


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