Switzerlnd Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Diego Benaglio * 0
Stephan Lichtsteiner 0
Reto Ziegler 0
Steve von Bergen 0
Stephane Grichting 0
Pirmin Schwegler * 0
Tranquillo Barnetta 0
Gokhan Inler 0
Valentin Stocker 0
Alexander Frei * 0
Marco Streller 0
Marco Wolfli
(Sub)
0
Francois Affolter 0
Hakan Yakin 0
David Degen 0
Gelson Fernandes
(Sub)
0
Eren Derdiyok
(Sub)
0
Xherdan Shaqiri 0
Wales Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Wayne Hennessey 0
Darcy Blake * 0
James Collins 0
Ashley Williams 0
Danny Collins 0
Andrew Crofts 0
David Edwards * 0
Andy King 0
Gareth Bale 0
David Vaughan * 0
Simon Church 0
David Cornell 0
Christian Ribeiro
(Sub)
0
Craig Morgan 0
Neil Taylor 0
Shaun MacDonald
(Sub)
0
Ryan Doble 0
Steve Morison
(Sub)
0

Fixtures

Friday, 27 March 2015
19:45
England v Lithuania  
Liechtenstein v Austria  
Macedonia v Belarus  
Moldova v Sweden  
Montenegro v Russia  
Slovakia v Luxembourg  
Slovenia v S Marino  
Spain v Ukraine  
Switzerlnd v Estonia  
Saturday, 28 March 2015
15:00
Kazakhstan v Iceland  
17:00
Azerbaijan v Malta  
Croatia v Norway  

Footer 365

Premier League: Ronald Koeman backs Southampton to finish in top four after Aston Villa draw

Southampton manager Ronald Koeman insisted his side can finish in the top four despite drawing 1-1 at Aston Villa.

Premier League: Nathaniel Clyne strikes late to deny Aston Villa victory over Southampton

Southampton conceded their first Premier League goal since the start of October as they drew 1-1 with Aston Villa.

Premier League: Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge vows to bounce back from injury

Liverpool and England striker Daniel Sturridge says he is determined to bounce back from his injury problems.

Mail Box

Is Anybody Still Saying 'Wenger In'?

Even the most sensible and loyal Wenger apologists are now saying that he should leave the club. We also have lots more on Brendan Rodgers and a Chelsea plea...

Equating Rodgers To Hodgson. Oh Dear Me.

It's a Mailbox many will have been waiting. Brendan Rodgers gets a little bit of a stick, but there is at least praise for Manchester United,Van Gaal, Palace and Tottenham...

© 2014 British Sky Broadcasting Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media property