Denmark vs. Switzerland – Score prediction (12.10.2019)


Arguably the most competitive clash of Saturday’s European Championship qualifiers (ECQ) sees Denmark (FIFA rank: #14) welcome Switzerland (#11). Group D appears a three-way shootout between unbeaten sides, which makes avoiding defeat in this game a must for both nations as evidenced in the reverse, when Denmark completed a three-goal comeback in the final ten minutes to draw 3-3. Since losing their opening two games of 2018 by a single-goal margin, Denmark have gone unbeaten in 90 minutes in all but one game since (W8, D11). Six of those eight victories were ‘to nil’, whilst over half of the draws were goalless (54.55%).

Though the higher-ranked of the two, Switzerland may struggle, having won just two of their last eight matches on foreign soil (D1, L5 – extra-time included), both against sides ranked below #40. Notably, they have lost each of their last five away games to top-20 ranked nations, three by a single-goal margin. In the last ECQ campaign, Switzerland didn’t draw on the road, whilst just one game saw both teams score (W3, L2) – something that happened last time out vs Ireland (1-1). Interestingly, both away defeats in that previous campaign came against the other sides making up the top-three.

Match Info.

Competition: EUROPE: Euro – Qualification – Round 7
Kick off: 12.10.2019, 16:00 UTC.
Venue: Telia Parken (Copenhagen).
Referee: TBD.

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Quick Facts.

  • Swiss defender Fabian Schär has been carded or scored in four of his last seven appearances for club & country, including one caution in each of his last two Newcastle appearances.
  • With three goals and as many assists, Christian Eriksen has contributed to more than a third (40%) of Denmark’s ECQ 2020 goals (3.0 team goals per match average).
  • The half-time result has mirrored the full-time result in 80% of Denmark’s ECQ games this campaign.
  • Switzerland are unbeaten in ten Euro games (90 minutes – W5, D5) since a 2-0 defeat to England in 2015.
  • Denmark boss Åge Hareide is yet to beat Switzerland in two H2Hs (D1, L1).
  • Pre-match League Table.