Denmark v Switzerland Betting Tip Both teams to score – 12 October 2019

Another entertaining game expected between these two

DenmarkDenmark v SwitzerlandSwitzerland
Saturday 12th October 1700hrs
Football – International – Euro 2020 Qualifying
Pick Both teams to score
Bookmaker Marathonbet
Odds: 51/50 (odds taken 1600 GMT, Friday 11 October)

1 X 2
6/5 11/5 51/20

* (Betting Odds were taken from 22Bet on October 11, 2019 at 17.00)

It’s all to play for in Group D with three nations battling it out for two spots. Two of them meet on Saturday as Denmark host Switzerland. The Danes are currently second with a point lead over their opponents, but have played a game more.

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Denmark Preview – Will Denmark make home advantage count and put distance between themselves and Switzerland?

The Danes come into this game knowing that they are under serious pressure to maintain their hopes of qualification. Five games into their campaign and they have had two damaging draws so far, leaving them with a lot of work to do. Perhaps the most significant result yet was the goalless draw away in Georgia last time out. It left them a couple of points behind Republic of Ireland and one clear of Switzerland but having played a game more. With three games left to play they still have their fate in their own hands but there’s little room for error. In addition to the dropped points against Georgia, Denmark have also drawn with their two rivals for qualification, albeit in very different manners. They rescued a point in Switzerland having been three goal down but let slip a 1-0 lead at home to the Irish.

After facing the Swiss at home tomorrow, Denmark face a double header next month to complete the section. They will be fully expecting to take all three points at home to Gibraltar before traveling to Dublin to take on Mick McCarthy’s men. Considering they should brush aside Gibraltar with minimal of fuss, it comes down to this game and the Republic of Ireland contest which will be pivotal in whether or not Denmark reach Euro 2020.

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Switzerland Preview – Can Switzerland find the result which puts them in pole position in Group D?

Switzerland are top seeds in this group and will be unimpressed with their current position of third spot. When 3-0 up in their second game against Denmark – widely considered to be their biggest threat – it was all going well and the Swiss were set for maximum points from two games. A crazy six minute spell where they conceded three goals and they have been playing catch-up ever since. The 1-1 draw away to the Republic of Ireland was another game where Switzerland were the better team but shipped a late equalizer. It’s these lapses in concentration which could yet prove so costly for them and their hopes of qualifying.

The Swiss have, as you would expect, put both Gibraltar and Georgia to the sword in the other two group games they have played, scoring six goals without replying. These next few days are going to be decisive in their push to finish in one of the top two positions. Switzerland are at home to the Irish on Tuesday and will know after that just how they’re sitting. With the return games against Gibraltar and Georgia awaiting them in November, they required a minimum of four points to go into those games in a good position.

Key-Facts – Denmark v Switzerland

  • Denmark have had some damaging results in this section with the most significant of those coming last time out drawing away to Georgia
  • Switzerland have let slip four points from winning positions already in this group and have a huge week ahead of them
  • These two teams played out an highly entertaining 3-3 draw the first time they met in this section

Denmark v Switzerland Betting Advice

If this game is anything like their first meeting in this section then we should be in for a treat. Switzerland will still be wondering how they failed to take all three points from that but a draw would not be a terrible result for them here with a game in hand over their opponents. Should they achieve that it would mean they can go above Denmark with a win against the Irish. For the hosts, anything less than a win and they would be severely up against it in terms of qualifying.
Five out of Denmark’s last eight games have finished with both teams finding the net and the same applies to six of Switzerland’s last nine. The onus will be on the home team take take the game to their opponents and that should make for an open game. Both teams to score is the way to go.