After an intriguing first two rounds of matches for all teams in Euro 2016, the competition now moves into the business end of the group stages, with each nation left to play one game. Teams will battle for the top spot while some are looking to better their performance and move into the knockout stages.

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Hosts France have already booked their slot in the round of 16, and will be keen to maintain their winning streak, defeating Switzerland at Stade Pierre Mauroy on Sunday.

Switzerland need just one point from their match against France to finish the group in second position, and can even go to the top of the group with a win. However, defeating France is not going to be easy, as they are one of the serious contenders, and hosts, who are well supported. 

France are mighty aware of their opponents, Switzerland, and this match-up will prove to their Euro 2016's biggest test so far. A comprehensive win over Switzerland will do wonders to their world of confidence as their performance despite winning their last  two Euro 2016 matches have not been brilliant.

Hence, Switzerland, if they get their game right, can also stun the home team and top the group. With both teams aiming for the win, they will need to come up with their best starting XI for the crucial Euro 2016 Group A fixture.

Johan Sjourou will play an important role in the centre-back for Switzerland, but it is their skilled players such as Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri who need to step it up against France.

With Switzerland not looking potent in front of goal, Seferovic's place might be in doubt, and open the door for the speedy Breel Embolo.

France manager Didier Deschamps, who benched Paul Pogba and Antoine Griezmann in their last match against Albania, is expected to bring both players into the starting XI. The duo looked good after coming from the bench in the second half, which might have increased their confidence. Anthony Martial and Kingsley Coman could be dropped from starting XI.

One may not see any other change in France's starting XI, though Deschamps has the luxury of making some as they have already qualified. Irrespective of the eleven players France field against Switzerland, they need to put up one of their best performances in the group stage to defeat the Swiss. 

Expected starting XI: Switzerland: Sommer; Lichtsteiner, Schär, Djourou, Rodríguez; Behrami, Džemaili, Xhaka; Shaqiri, Embolo, Mehmedi.

France: Lloris; Sagna, Rami, Koscielny, Evra; Pogba, Kante, Matuidi; Griezmann, Payet, Giroud