Switzerland will be hoping to extend their lead at the top of Group I on Tuesday night when they host Andorra in Euro 2024 qualifying.
After throwing away chances of winning against both Romania and Kosovo in their last two outings, Switzerland will be determined to get back to winning ways this week.
Switzerland will have to do without star striker Breel Embolo due to injury, meaning Burnley forward Zeki Amdouni is expected to start once again up top.
Head coach Murat Yakin is likely to go with an attacking lineup against Andorra this week, meaning Noah Okafor, Xherdan Shaqiri and Ruben Vargas might all start.
As for the visitors, Berto Rosas is in line to feature from the off ahead of record cap-holder and goalscorer Ildefons Lima.
At 43 years old, Lima continues to be part of the Andorra squad despite his veteran status, but is unlikely to start in this one against the Swiss at Stade de Tourbillon in Sion.
Switzerland to win and both teams to score – 18/5
Switzerland have already tasted victory against Andorra in this qualifying campaign, picking up a 2-1 win away in June.
The Swiss have had a frustrating time of it of late, though, after throwing away leads to draw against both Romania and Kosovo.
Still leading the group by two points ahead of Romania, Switzerland simply can’t afford to slip up against rock-bottom Andorra this week.
The Andorrans are without a win in qualifying so far but might well be able to get on scoresheet against a defence that, like Swiss cheese, does have holes in it.
Switzerland have failed to keep clean sheets in their last three games against Andorra, Romania and Kosovo, so it would be little surprise to see them concede again on Tuesday.
However, the hosts in Sion should have far too much quality for Andorra and in the end, they should run out comfortable winners to get their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign right back on track.
Remo Freuler to score anytime – 5/2
Remo Freuler has been in top form for his country of late and is certainly a player to look out for in the anytime goalscorer market.
Freuler scored in the last meeting between these sides in Andorra over the summer, while the midfielder also scored last time out in the 2-2 draw in Kosovo at the weekend.
Considering his current form, Freuler is well priced at 5/2 to add to his goal tally in this qualifying campaign, as Switzerland look to edge closer to booking their place at Euro 2024 in Germany.