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Five reasons why Switzerland are dark horses at the World Cup in Qatar – Chicago Popular

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Five reasons why Switzerland are dark horses at the World Cup in Qatar – Chicago Popular

Switzerland have been known to cause upsets in international tournaments and could prove to be dark horses at the Qatar World Cup.

A solid defence, a gritty battling midfield, top class goalkeepers and some attacking threats, the Swiss squad poses enough threat to cause teams issues.

They will be pitted against tournament favourites Brazil, Serbia and Cameroon in the group-stages with the hope of progressing into the knock-outs.

Brazil will be expected to finish top of Group G while the second place is very much up for grabs between the other three teams.

Switzerland could be dark horses at the World Cup, as they're known for pulling off upsets

Switzerland could be dark horses at the World Cup, as they’re known for pulling off upsets

  • Switzerland have been known to cause a few shock upsets in major tournaments
  • A solid defence, a gritty midfield including Granit Xhaka could help the Swiss
  • Switzerland knocked 2018 World Cup champions out in the last-16 of Euro 2020 
  • Sportsmail takes a look at five reasons that Switzerland could be the dark horses

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