Belgium vs Switzerland live streaming
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Match: Belgium vs Switzerland
Competition: UEFA Nations League
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Belgium vs Switzerland live streaming: Match preview
Both of these two got off to fliers in their Nations League openers.
Switzerland hammered Iceland 6-0 in St. Gallen and had 6 different goalscorers.
Belgium too beat Iceland comfortably.
A penalty from Eden Hazard and two goals by Romelu Lukaku saw them leave Laugardalsvöllur with a 3-0 victory.
Switzerland were disappointed with their World Cup showing; losing to Sweden in the round of 16.
Belgium meanwhile finished third and arguably this tournament is more important for them then for anyone else.
Roberto Martínez will be desperate to lift the trophy in the Nations League finals in June as he attempts to install a winning mentality ahead of Euro 2020.
A victory over the Swiss as the King Baudouin Stadium would put them in pole position to top the group.