GERMANY need a win against their next door neighbours to keep alive their chances of qualifying for the Nations League finals.
Joachim Low's side have managed one win so far in this campaign, with a 2-1 victory in Kiev against Ukraine on Saturday night.
For the Swiss, meanwhile, they are staring relegation to League B in the face if they suffer another loss, with just one point on the board so far this campaign.
Vladimir Petkovic's side have just one draw from their three matches so far, with defeats away to Ukraine and Spain, paired with their draw against the 2014 world champions.
Here, SunSport runs down everything you need to know ahead of the fourth match of this Nations League group A4 clash.
What time does Germany vs Switzerland kick off?
The Nations League clash between the two countries kicks off at 7.45pm on Tuesday, October 13.
The match takes place at the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne.
What TV channel is Germany vs Switzerland on and can I live stream it?
Germany vs Switzerland is on Sky Sports Football with coverage starting at 7.40pm.
You will be able to stream the match on Sky Go on mobile, computer and internet-enabled devices.
Non-Sky Sports subscribers can watch the action with a Now TV Day Pass for £9.99.
Alternatively, you can keep up to date by following SunSport's live blog of the match.
Leroy Sane remains injured for Low's side and sat out the 2-1 win in Ukraine.
Marc-Andre ter Stegen is also out of the squad, but the Germans have a more-than reliable first-choice in Manuel Neuer.
Denis Zakaria is out for Switzerland, while there are no other major injury problems reported.
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