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Switzerland vs Netherlands: TV channel, live stream, team news and preview

1:00 AM EDT 7/16/22
Danielle van de Donk Netherlands Euro 2022
It is all still to play for between these two sides, with neither yet to secure their quarter-final berth - here's everything you need to know

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The Netherlands will face Switzerland on Sunday in their third contest of this year's UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 tournament. The pair will play out their final game in Group C.

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The reigning champions need only a draw to reach the last eight, but are perhaps in need of a statement performance to massage their sense of pride after two tougher games than expected.

Ahead of the game, GOAL has the details of how to watch on TV, stream online, team news and more.

Games Switzerland vs Netherlands
Date July 17, 2022
Times 3:00pm ET, 12:00pm PT
Stream fubo TV (start with a free trial)

TV channel, live stream and how to watch

In the United States (US), UEFA Women's EURO 2022 matches can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (start with a free trial).

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U.S. TV channelOnline stream
ESPNfubo TV (start with a free trial)

Team news and rosters

PositionSwitzerland roster
Goalkeepers Thalmann, Peng, Friedli
Defenders Stierli, Rinast, Marti, Maritz, Kiwac, Bühler, Calligaris, Aigbogun, Riesen
Midfielders Reuteler, Xhemaili, Maendly, Sow, Wälti, Mauron
Forwards Crnogorčević, Bachmann, Fölmli, Humm, Terchoun

An opening draw with Portugal gave Switzerland a sniff of a potential upset in Group C, but defeat to Sweden has left them on the outside looking in.

Against the incumbent European champions, they face a tall order to fight their way to the quarter-finals, with victory their only possible path.

Predicted Switzerland starting XI: Thalmann; Aigbogun, Kiwic, Calligaris, Maritz, Reuteler, Mandly, Walti, Crnogorčević, Sow, Bachmann.

PositionNetherlands roster
Goalkeepers Van Veenendaal, Van Domselaar, Lorsheyd
Defenders Nouwen, Van der Gragt, Van Dongen, Wilms, Dijkstra, Casparij, Olislagers, Janssen
Midfielders Roord, Spitse, Van de Donk, Pelova, Groenen, Egurrola

Forwards

Beerensteyn, Miedema, Martens, Jansen, Leuchter, Brugts

After something of a surprise opening draw against Sweden, the Netherlands were forced to see off a Portugal comeback in their second match to move closer to the last-eight.

A draw will be enough to send the reigning holders through to the next stage, with the latter unable to catch them regardless of result elsewhere if they are held by Switzerland.

Predicted Netherlands starting XI: Van Veenendaa; Wilms, van der Gragt, Nouwen, Janssen, Groenen, Spitse, Roord, van de Donk, Martens, Beerensteyn.

Last five results

Switzerland resultsNetherlands results
Sweden 2-1 Switzerland (Jul 13)Netherlands 3-2 Portugal (Jul 13)
Portugal 2-2 Switzerland (Jul 9)Netherlands 1-1 Sweden (Jul 9)
Switzerland 0-4 England (Jun 30)Netherlands 2-1 Finland (Jul 2)
Germany 7-0 Switzerland (Jun 24)Netherlands 3-0 Belarus (Jun 28)
Switzerland 0-1 Italy (Apr 12)England 5-1 Netherlands (Jun 26)

Head-to-head

DateResults
11/13/2018Switzerland 1-1 Netherlands
11/9/2018Netherlands 3-0 Switzerland
3/2/2016Switzerland 3-4 Netherlands
3/12/2014Netherlands 4-1 Switzerland
3/8/2013Switzerland 1-1 Netherlands