CQZ|!'Switzerland vs Denmark Live H2h, Kick-off, odds, prediction & preview

CQZ|!’Switzerland vs Denmark Live H2h, Kick-off, odds, prediction & preview

Switzerland vs Denmark Live Euro Qualifiers on Date: Tuesday, 26th March 2019, Kick-off at 19.45 UK/ 20.45 CET and Venue: St. Jakob-Park (Basel)

Switzerland faces a difficult task when facing Denmark on Tuesday. The first began their campaign on a good note, with a victory over Georgia and correctly decorated the first place in the group.



Perhaps what worries them is that Ireland has also scored the same number of points as the Swiss and faces Georgia for its next game. A match against Georgia offers a minimum guarantee of victory to the Irish, forcing Switzerland to do everything against Denmark.

This is Denmark’s first game in the playoffs. It is unfortunate that they enter a situation of high pressure. But the fact that they perform well in the World Cup and the League of Nations gives them confidence.

Switzerland vs Denmark Face to face (h2h)
  • The visiting teams remain without winning in the h2h matches.
  • Only once, a local team could not score in the matches between these two teams.
  • Switzerland has a record of 100% undefeated at home.
  • All h2h victories came by a margin of one goal.
Prediction of Switzerland vs Denmark

The game is going to be close. Both teams have hopes of qualifying and have performed well in recent games. However, it is worth mentioning that the summit goes to Switzerland.

The reasons are: h2h links have never reported an external victory. Continuing, Switzerland has an undefeated record at home. In addition, they currently represent one of the most promising prospects for world football, having qualified for the first league final. Despite the presence of the semifinalists of the World Cup, Belgium, in their own group, the Swiss managed to take the next step.

In addition, Switzerland suffered only one defeat in their last 16 home games and the only defeat was in a friendly match. Meanwhile, Denmark has only registered two wins in their last nine away games. These observations suggest the inference that a victory at home nearby is in order.

In addition, the Swiss have maintained nine draws in their last 13 home games, while Denmark has failed to score in their last four away games. In addition to the need for the hosts to win the game, he expects them to keep a blank score in the first half.