Switzerland v Republic of Ireland Predictions & Betting Odds – 15th October 2019

Precious point for Ireland in Geneva

Switzerland v Republic of Ireland Betting Tips – UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier, 15th October 19.45pm

Mick McCarthy’s Republic of Ireland will book their place in next summer’s UEFA European Championship finals with victory over Vladimir Petkovic’s Switzerland at the Stade de Geneve on Tuesday. Ireland are unbeaten in Group D so far, winning three and drawing three. However, the Irish are the big underdogs in this one, with the bookies pricing them at 6/1 to pick up the win. Can the Boys in Green cause an upset in Geneva?

Switzerland v Republic of Ireland Betting Odds*

Switzerland 11/20
Draw 16/5
Republic of Ireland 6/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 14th, 2019 at 13:30 p.m.)
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Switzerland News and Form – Can the Swiss hit back with a much-needed three points?

Switzerland’s automatic qualification hopes were dealt a huge blow after they were beaten by Denmark on Saturday. Yussuf Poulson’s goal six minutes from time in Copenhagen gave the Danes a 1-0 win.

Switzerland have not quite been at it during qualifying up until now. The Swiss have played a game less than Ireland and Denmark, but they find themselves four points behind the joint leaders. Petkovic’s boys have won two, drawn two and lost one of their five Group D matches.


Ireland clean sheet

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After last weekend’s gut-wrenching defeat in the Parken Stadium, only three points will do for Switzerland in this one. The hosts are priced at 11/20 to secure a priceless victory on home soil this Tuesday.

Switzerland v Republic of Ireland Head to Head

When the pair met at the Aviva Stadium in September, David McGoldrick’s late goal rescued a point for Ireland

The Republic beat the Swiss 1-0 in a friendly in Dublin back in March 2016

The Irish are unbeaten in the last four meetings, though three of those have ended level

Switzerland have won just two of their last ten games against Ireland


Key-Facts – Switzerland v Republic of Ireland

  • The Swiss have won just two of their five qualifiers
  • Ireland are top of the group on 12 points
  • The Boys in Green have lost only one of their last 12 in all competitions


Republic of Ireland News and Form – Can the Irish book their place in the finals?

Republic of Ireland have been excellent in this qualifying campaign thus far. The Irish are undefeated in six in Group D, winning three and drawing three. In the process, McCarthy’s side have only scored six but have shipped just two.

Ireland would have loved maximum points in Tbilisi last weekend, but the goalless draw was not a bad result in the end. It was a tight game against Vladimir Weiss’ well-drilled Georgia side, so the draw was just about the right result.

The Republic are unbeaten since McCarthy returned as boss. In fact, Ireland have not lost in any competition since losing 1-0 to Ryan Giggs’ Wales in a UEFA Nations League matchup at the Aviva Stadium a year ago.

After travelling to Geneva on Tuesday, the Boys in Green end their qualifying campaign with a home game against Denmark next month. Will they have booked their place at Euro 2020 before then?

Switzerland v Republic of Ireland Tips & Odds

Draw at 16/5
0-0 correct score at 7/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 14th, 2019 at 13:40 p.m.)

Switzerland v Republic of Ireland Predictions

Draw: When Ireland and Switzerland clashed at the Aviva Stadium last month, it was a very even affair. Fabian Schar’s 74th-minute goal was cancelled out by McGoldrick’s effort five minutes from the end. This has the potential to be another close encounter between the pair in Geneva, so our money is going on the draw at 16/5.

Ireland’s defence has been exceptional during qualifying, as they have shipped just two goals in six matches so far. At the time of writing, only Ukraine and Germany have conceded fewer. Ireland have kept four clean sheets, and we can see them keeping the Swiss at bay in this one. You can get the 0-0 draw at 7/1.