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Denmark vs Switzerland
Date: Saturday, 12 October 2019
Kick-off at 17:00 UK / 18:00 CET
Venue: Telia Parken (Copenhagen).
With a game in hand over the hosts, Switzerland will be eying the possibility of climbing up the ladder this week. However, with Denmark unbeaten at home, expect the visitors to be given a run for their money.
Denmark vs Switzerland Head to head (h2h)
Both teams have a win apiece from their past five games.
Only one of their previous five clashes have ended as a stalemate.
The scores were tied 3-3 in their last encounter.
Neither side have kept a clean sheet in their previous three matchups in a running.
Two out of their last three matches have been high scoring affairs with over 2.5 goals on the charts.
Denmark vs Switzerland Prediction
Age Hareide’s men are currently in contention for a ticket to the next round. And, are sporting a one-point cushion over their counterparts Switzerland in the ladder. The hosts are unbeaten in their last two games, both of which were on the road, and will be banking on home advantage to see them through the weekend.
Their most recent outing saw them salvage just a point against Georgia, while their previous home clash saw them secure all three points over the latter with a whopping four-goal margin.
The away side have not been showing any signs of slowing down in any of their recent fixtures either. Vladimir Petkovic’s side are yet to be handed a defeat and have so far registered a win twice in their previous four games.
As far as head to head statistics go, both teams are neck to neck with each other and have a win apiece from their last five meetings. Given that the two sides are also unbeaten at the moment, it is too soon to call a clear winner in this one.
However, the Danish outfit have been consistent in finding the back of the net post the restart. They have done so in four of their last five fixtures, two of which, were on home soil. Considering that all three goals for the hosts against this foe in their last match also came in the latter forty-five minutes of the game, count on Denmark to have their guns blazing in the second half.
Furthermore, Switzerland have had their scoring boots on in their outings so far. Irrespective of the result, the visitors have got their names on the scoresheet in each of their last five trips on the road, that too in all competitions. Taking into account that the home team have not kept a clean sheet in any of their clashes here as well, expect goals down each end without fail in this one.