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Belgium vs Switzerland | Nations League - Grp A2 | 7:45pm Friday 12th October | King Baudouin Stadium

Petkovic's men were uncharacteristically prolific in their Nations League opener and Al Hain-Cole cannot see them troubling Martinez's Red Devils

- Belgium vs Switzerland -

Belgium will be aiming to take control of their UEFA Nations League group when Switzerland visit the Stade Roi Baudouin on Friday.

Roberto Martinez's men won their opening match 3-0 away to Iceland, but are still second as their guests thrashed the same opposition 6-0 in their first group game.

Belgium vs Switzerland Live Stream Nations League preview, TV channel, live streaming online, start time, team news, line-ups\

SWITZERLAND travel to Belgium sitting at the top of group A2 of the UEFA Nations League.

The Belgians want to build on their third-place finish in the World Cup by making a charge for the European Championships in 2020.

- Belgium vs Switzerland-

On form, Belgium captain Eden Hazard and Co take on Switzerland in their second UEFA Nations League match

Switzerland boss Vladimir Petkovic isn't one who regularly makes many changes to his squads since being appointed back in 2014.

They will still be depending on their key players like Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri and Arsenal's Granit Xhaka who played a pivotal role in their World Cup run in Russia.

Scroll down for New Gersy's comprehensive preview...

Start time
Belgium vs Switzerland at King Baudouin Stadium on 8:00pm Tuesday 11th September BST.

TV and live online coverage
The match will be televised live on ITV with coverage starting from 7.30pm. Viewers based in the UK will able to stream the match online via ITV Hub.

You can follow all the build-up and action from 6.30pm with New Gersy football blog.

Team News

With Mousa Dembele, Jan Vertonghen, Kevin De Bruyne and Adnan Januzaj all injured, Martinez has recalled Jason Denayer, Christian Kabasele and Dennis Praet, as well as giving Brandon Mechel the first call-up.

Kevin Mbabu, Johan Djourou and Admir Mehmedi are all absent through injury for Vladimir Petkovic, who has called up uncapped Young Boys midfielder Christian Fassnacht.

As a side hardly renowned for attacking football, it was a surprise to see Switzerland put six goals past Iceland in their Nations League opener.

Petkovic's men were knocked out of the World Cup in a drab 1-0 defeat to Sweden in their previous game and were subsequently beaten 1-0 by England in a similarly uninspiring friendly encounter just three days after demolishing Iceland.

A similar display seems likely against Les Diables Rouges, who have won three consecutive games without conceding a goal and kept clean sheets in six of their last eight matches on home turf.

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Nations League - Grp A2
Belgium 2-1 Switzerland
7:45pm Friday 12th October
King Baudouin Stadium  
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