With seemingly only France challenging them to be Group Winners in Group D, the 2014 World Cup betting markets suggest that Switzerland are expected to qualify out of the group with relative ease.
However, reaching the Second Round throws up a potential clash against either Argentina or Bosnia and Herzegovina, so they seem unlikely to progress past the last-16 of the tournament.
HOW SWITZERLAND GOT TO THE 2014 WORLD CUP
By romping away with top spot in UEFA Qualifying Group E, Switzerland were rewarded with a direct entry into the 2014 World Cup.
Remaining undefeated in their 10 games and establishing a seven-point gap at the top, this young developing Swiss outfit consigned Iceland into the Playoffs – where they were unsuccessful in joining Switzerland in Brazil - and stopped Slovenia and Norway adding to their own list of World Cup appearances.
SWITZERLAND MANAGER AND TRACK RECORD
Ottmar Hitzfeld will step down as Switzerland manager after the 2014 World Cup - his second finals appearance since taking the job in August 2008.
However, the 65-year-old will be hoping for a better performance from the three-time quarter-finalists than that of four years ago - after his side failed to capitalise on a 1-0 opening win over Spain and crashed out in the Group Stage.
SWITZERLAND KEY PLAYER
Switzerland captain Gokhan Inler has been an integral part of the Swiss setup since making his International debut in September 2006.
Scoring six goals in 67 appearances, the defensive midfielder marshals his side from the centre of the pitch and is often the main source of Switzerland's offensive moves.
An almost ever-present for Napoli this season, his fine form saw him linked with a January move to Liverpool. Switzerland will surely hope that he can put himself in the shop window once more, by sizzling in South America this summer.
SWITZERLAND 2014 WORLD CUP BETTING TIP
Both Switzerland and France are heavy favourites to qualify out of the group, so their June 20 meeting in Salvador is likely to determine which country is crowned Group Winners.
A France side determined to do well at the 2014 World Cup should prove too strong for the Swiss, so back Switzerland to finish as runners-up of Group D in Brazil.
SWITZERLAND 2014 WORLD CUP SQUAD
Goalkeepers: Diego Benaglio, Roman Buerki, Yann Sommer.
Defenders: Johan Djourou, Michael Lang, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Ricardo Rodriguez, Fabian Schaer, Philippe Senderos, Steve von Bergen, Reto Ziegler.
Midfielders: Tranquillo Barnetta, Valon Behrami, Blerim Dzemaili, Gelson Fernandes, Goekhan Inler, Xherdan Shaqiri, Valentin Stocker.
Forwards: Josip Drmic, Mario Gavranovic, Admir Mehmedi, Haris Seferovic, Granit Xhaka.