Read a preview and watch a live stream of Honduras vs Switzerland in Group E of the 2014 FIFA World Cup from Arena Amazonia, Manaus.
Where: Arena Amazonia, Manaus, Brazil
When: 21:00 BST
Watch live: Click here to watch on BBC Sport online!
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Switzerland take on Honduras in today’s Group E game at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
The Swiss will be looking for a win that will likely see them edge out Ecuador, and join group leaders France, who are already all but qualified, in the Last 16. The Hondurans will be playing mostly for pride after losing their opening two games, and will be looking to grab a first ever World Cup win, but could still qualify if results go their way.
Honduras will welcome back Stoke City midfielder Wilson Palacios from suspension, with the former Tottenham man likely to start in place of Jorge Claros.
Switzerland manager Ottmar Hitzfeld will be tempted to ring the changes after his side’s 5-2 thrashing by the French, but have to make one enforced switch, with Steve von Bergen having suffered a fractured cheekbone. He will choose between ex-Arsenal defender Philippe Senderos and youngster Fabian Schar as a replacement.
Hitzfeld’s team are the seeded nation in Group E, and are ranked sixth in the world. If this is their last game in Brazil, it will mark a hugely disappointing send off for their 65-year-old manager, who is retiring after the tournament.
It’s four years to the day since these two teams met at the last World Cup in South Africa, when a 0-0 draw saw both sides eliminated from the competition. A repeat of that result today will likely see the Swiss qualify, barring an unlikely Ecuador victory against France.
Honduras can seal an unlikely qualification if they win, France beat Ecuador, and there is a four goal swing. A scenario made even more implausible considering that the Hondurans have managed just one World Cup goal since 1982.