THE BOSS VLADIMIR PETKOVIC
The former social worker did not lose a game at Euro 2016, where the Swiss lost on penalties in the last 16 to Poland.
THE STAR STEPHAN LICHTSTEINER
He may be 34 but the full back (right), who Unai Emery has made his first signing at Arsenal, is a flying machine down the wing.
THE PROSPECT BREEL EMBOLO
Switzerland are light on strikers but the Schalke forward, 21, can hurt teams with his pace.
A formidable record in qualifying. They won nine of their 10 games, only losing their final match to Portugal.
With Haris Seferovic their top-scoring striker on 11, it is difficult to see where the goals will come from.