Switzerland vs Northern Ireland TV channel, date, kick-off time, odds and squads

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Switzerland vs Northern Ireland TV channel, date, kick-off time, odds and squads
Steve Davis of Northern Ireland and Granit Xhaka of Switzerland during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier Play-Off first leg. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images)

Northern Ireland will need to produce a solid performance in their World Cup play-off second leg against Switzerland after a disappointing home result on Thursday.

Switzerland have an away goal advantage after securing a 0-1 win during the first leg tie thanks to a second half goal scored by Ricardo Rodríguez.

Away goals do take affect in the World Cup play-offs, which could work in Northern Ireland’s favour if they manage to score more than one goal in the match.

The clash will be only the sixth time the two national teams have faced off, with two wins and a draw each.

When is Switzerland vs Northern Ireland?

Northern Ireland take on Switzerland on Sunday 12 November, kicking-off at at 17.00.

The game will be played at St. Jakob-Park, Basel.

Switzerland vs Northern Ireland TV channel, date, kick-off time, odds and squads
Northern Ireland players training ahead of their World Cup qualifier second leg (Photo by Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images)

What TV channel is Switzerland vs Northern Ireland on?

Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football will be showing the game live, with coverage starting at 16.30.

What are the odds for Switzerland vs Northern Ireland?

Switzerland – 4/9

Draw – 3/1

Northern Ireland – 7/1

(Odds courtest of William Hill)

More: World Cup

Northern Ireland squad

Roy Carroll, Michael McGovern, Alan Mannus, Aaron Hughes, Gareth McAuley, Jonny Evans, Chris Brunt, Conor McLaughlin, Lee Hodson, Paddy McNair, Daniel Lafferty, Rory McArdle, Tom Flanagan, Steven Davis, Niall McGinn, Ollie Norwood, Corry Evans, Shane Ferguson, Stuart Dallas, Paul Paton, Matthew Lund, George Saville, Jordan Jones, Kyle Lafferty, Josh Magennis, Jamie Ward, Conor Washington.

Switzerland squad

Yann Sommer, Marwin Hitz, Yvon Mvogo, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Francois Moubandje, Nico Elvedi, Manuel Akanji, Michael Lang, Ricardo Rodriguez, Johan Djourou, Fabian Schar, Remo Freule, Granit Xhaka, Steven Zuber, Blerim Dzemaili, Fabian Frei, Denis Zakaria, Xherdan Shaqiri, Breel Embolo, Haris Seferovic, Mario Gavranovic, Admir Mehmedi, Eren Derdiyok

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