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Switzerland have enjoyed an unbeaten start to the World Cup, the Swiss coming away with a 1-1 draw against tournament favourites Brazil. They know a win over Serbia on Friday would give them a pretty good chance of making the last 16. And they'll have support from friends in high places. Paul Scott explains from the Swiss Alps. Beyond The Game is a five times a week show that tells you everything you need to know about your favourite sports. We’ll be at the biggest events bringing you exclusive features and the best interviews. It is your one stop shop for sport, Monday to Friday at 1630 GMT. Beyond The Game: http://trt.world/beyondthegame #WorldCup #WorldCup2018

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