Honduras: Valladares, Figueroa, Izaguirre, Bernardez, Beckeles, Garcia, Palacios, Espinoza, Garrido, Costly & Bengtson.
Wilson Palacios returns from suspension. Emilio Izaguirre is an injury doubt having been withdrawn at half-time in the defeat to Ecuador.
Switzerland: Benaglio, Djourou, Lichsteiner, Senderos, Rodriguez, Behrami, Inler, Shaqiri, Xhaka, Mehmedi, Drmic.
Steve von Bergen has been ruled out the tournament after a clash with Olivier Giroud in the heavy France defeat. Otmar Hitzfeld has a selection dilemma over which forwards to go with.
101GG Betting Tip:
France are through from Group E but all three remaining teams can still make it to the knockout rounds.
Both Switzerland and Honduras can make it through, the latter only with a win and a huge swing in goal difference.
Switzerland simply have to better Ecuador’s result, who play France at the same time, but the heavy defeat to Les Bleus has left Ottmar Hitzfeld’s side chasing from third position at kick off.
France were irresistible against the Swiss and the late win over Ecuador in the first game could turn out to be crucial.
There is a host of promising talents in the Switzerland side, including Granit Xhaka, Xherdan Shaqiri and Josip Drmic, that it would be a huge surprise were they not to beat Honduras.
Whether the Swiss can muster enough goals could be a factor, they have not scored more than two in a match since September 2013.
Honduras have endured a rough World Cup, pretty much as expected, but they will always show pride and fight on the pitch.
One win in nine games pretty much tells the story.
101GG prediction: Honduras 0 – Switzerland 2.
Some essential facts and stats to help with online betting on Honduras v Switzerland
Honduras and Switzerland have only met once before – at the 2010 World Cup – that match ended 0-0.
Honduras have never beaten European opposition at a World Cup, drawing 3 and losing 3.
Switzerland have never tasted defeat to a CONCACAF based nation at the World Cup – won 1 and drawn 2.
Honduras have won only once in their past nine matches in all competitions and friendlies.
The five goals Switzerland conceded to France was as many as they have let in during their past nine World Cup matches put together.