Denmark v Switzerland Betting Odds Comparison

Saturday, 12/10/2019, Time: 18:00

Match Betting (1x2)

As far as UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying Group D is concerned, then we have a three-team battle for two places.

The resurgence of the Republic of Ireland under Mick McCarthy means that this team sit top of Group D and they’ll be hoping to win in Georgia and then see at least one of their rivals drop points at the Parken Stadium.

Denmark are the home team and they are unbeaten in the section, although two wins have been accompanied by three draws and it’s imperative that they land three points if they harbour genuine hopes of making the Euro 2020 finals.

The Danes are the 13/10 favourites with Unibet to get the job done and they have previously crushed Georgia by a 5-1 scoreline, although they also drew 1-1 against Ireland in front of their own supporters.

Switzerland are also unbeaten in the group after two wins and two draws. We can’t help but feel that they are a stronger team than their opponents.

After all, the Swiss led 3-1 in Basel before a crazy finish to the game saw the Danes score two late goals, although the visitors will feel that they have the beating of the same opponents.

Therefore, the visitors are a decent price at 23/10 with BetVictor and let’s not forget that they reached the Nations League finals in the summer thanks to an excellent qualifying campaign which saw them finish above Belgium.

First Goalscorer

We always like backing Christian Eriksen to score first for Denmark considering that he has an excellent scoring record for his country and that largely comes down to the fact that he operates in an advanced position.

While Eriksen has had his fair share of problems at Tottenham recently, Paddy Power shouldn’t be offering a price as big as 10/1 that the midfielder scores the opener of this clash.

Eriksen has three goals already in qualifying and the same applies to Christian Gytkjær who can be backed at 13/2 with Paddy Power. You could back both players and make a handsome profit if either scored.

For Switzerland, Denis Zakaria has bagged two goals already and he’s generally available at odds of 25/1, although Haris Seferović could be a more preferable option and he’s available at 6/1 with William Hill to break the deadlock.

Asian Handicap

We think this is a great market if you want to get with Switzerland but would also like the insurance of getting money back if the game ends all square.

The Swiss are 13/10 off zero on the Asian Handicap which means you would profit if they won the game but would get money back if the match ended in a draw.

If you want to do the same with Denmark, then they are 3/5 with Unibet off zero, while those fancying the Danes to do even better can back them at 13/10 off a handicap of -0.5.

Both Teams to Score

Cast your mind back to that 3-3 scoreline and also the fact that both teams need to try and win this match to make sure of getting in the driving seat to qualify.

We can’t help but feel that the net will bulge a few times in this encounter and you can back “BTTS – Yes” at odds of evens with betfair, with the Swiss having found the net in all their encounters aside from a goalless draw in Georgia.

However, the “No” option is trading as the 4/5 favourite with William Hill and one can’t help but feel that there might be a cagey opening considering that both teams will regard the first goal as being vitally important.

Over / Under Goals

Ladbrokes offer 5/4 about Over 2.5 Goals for those that think that there will be at least three goals in the game, with six goals being plundered a few months ago when the teams last met.

Over 3.5 Goals is available at 18/5 with BetVictor, although Under 3.5 Goals has been chalked up at 2/9 and that illustrates that the bookies aren’t expecting another freak scoreline.

Correct Score

Aside from a 1-1 draw against the Republic of Ireland, then Denmark have been scoring buckets of goals during their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.

The Danes beat Georgia 5-1, while they have also landed a 3-3 draw in Switzerland and a 6-0 triumph in Gibraltar.

Therefore, we quite like the 2-2 scoreline here at odds of 17/1 with BetVictor, while a 2-1 victory for the Swiss can be backed at 12/1 with the same firm if you think the visitors can handle a hot home attack.