Italy vs Switzerland: Preview, kick-off time and where to watch the Women’s Nations League on TV and online

Having confirmed their place in League A by beating world champions Spain away last time out, the Italy Women's National Team will look to end their first Women's Nations League campaign on a high against Switzerland in Parma.

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The Italy Women's National Team celebrate. (@AzzurreFIGC)

The Italy Women’s National Team will bring their inaugural UEFA Women’s Nations League campaign to an end in Parma on Tuesday, December 5, with neighbours and already-relegated Switzerland arriving as visitors.

Andrea Soncin and his Azzurre side will be full of confidence when they step out at what will be a frosty and possibly snow-covered Stadio Ennio Tardini on Tuesday, fresh off the back of a shock 3-2 win away over world champions Spain on Friday night. Italy have already secured their League A status and Switzerland are relegated with games to spare, meaning they avoided what looked as though it would be an effective playoff to stay in the top league in Parma.

Italy Women’s players celebrate a goal. [@AzzurreFIGC]

UEFA Women’s Nations League: Italy vs Switzerland predicted line-ups

Switzerland will travel to Parma to face the Azzurre in the belief that they can claim another memorable win, despite being already relegated. Although Italy claimed a lot of attention last time out by beating Spain, the Swiss themselves picked up a memorable and unexpected win as they beat world rankings leaders Sweden 1-0.

Italy will be hoping to win and claim second place in League A Group 4, with the Azzurre level on seven points with Sweden ahead of the final matchday. The two sides have identical records, even down to goals scored and against.

Italy beat Switzerland 1-0 away in the opening game of their UEFA Women’s Nations League campaign and will be hoping for another win, with Arianna Caruso scoring the only goal of the game then.

Italy predicted XI vs Switzerland (4-3-3): Giuliani; Bartoli, Linari, Lenzini, Di Guglielmo; Caruso, Dragoni, Giugliano; Cantore, Giacinti, Cambiaghi.

Switzerland predicted XI vs Italy (4-3-3): Herzog; Maritz, Buhler, Stierli, Aigbogun; Reuteler, Walti, Sow; Lehmann, Bachmann, Crnogorcevic.

UEFA Women’s Nations League: What time does Italy vs Switzerland start?

The Azzurre‘s final UEFA Women’s Nations League fixture against Switzerland in Parma will kick off at 19:00 CET – local time in Italy. That makes Italy vs Switzerland a 18:00 GMT start.

For fans of Italian women’s football in the United States, you can find Italy vs Switzerland starting at 13:00 ET / 10:00 PT.

Arianna Caruso celebrates scoring for the Italy Women’s National Team with Sofia Cantore and others. (@AzzurreFIGC)

UEFA Women’s Nations League: Where to watch Italy vs Switzerland

Italy vs Switzerland in the UEFA Women’s Nations League will be available to watch in Italy on Rai Sport 1 or RaiPlay.

In Switzerland, you can watch on the same Rai Sport 1, as well as on SRF Play, RTS 2, RTS Sport or SRF zwei.

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