Denmark vs Switzerland Prediction: Hojlund to lead Danes to victory

 | March 22 | 

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Denmark and Switzerland will begin their Euro 2024 preparations at Parken Stadium on Saturday evening (19:00), and the game will be broadcast live in the UK on Viaplay Sports 2.

Denmark were one of the best teams during the qualifying campaign for the Euros as they finished top of their group, while Switzerland finished second in their group behind Romania. Below is all the latest team news and match odds ahead of this international friendly, as well as our Denmark vs Switzerland prediction.

Denmark vs Switzerland Prediction

  • Denmark to win @ 11/10
  • Rasmus Hojlund to score anytime @ 2/1

Team News

Andreas Christensen has pulled out of the Denmark squad due to injury, while Andreas Skov Olsen, Christian Norgaard and Alexander Bah also remain in the treatment room.

Kasper Schmeichel is set to earn his 100th cap for his country, while Rasmus Hojlund may start here after recovering from injury to feature in Manchester United's emphatic FA Cup win over Liverpool at the weekend.

As for Switzerland, they will be without Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Kobel, while Breel Embolo continues to recover from ACL surgery.

Match Odds

Denmark are 11/10, or a 47.6% chance to claim the win, while Switzerland are 5/2, implying they have a 28.6% chance of emerging victorious.

The draw is priced up at 12/5, and both teams to score can be backed at 5/6.

Denmark to win @ 11/10

Denmark have been in rock solid form recently, winning five of their last six games, and they have been in even better form than that in their own backyard.

The Danes have won seven of their last eight home matches and should be able to get the better of Switzerland in this friendly. As mentioned, the hosts topped their Euro 2024 qualifying group, and the visitors have only won one of their last seven games, with stalemates against the likes of Romania and Belarus included in that run of form.

The formbook suggests that Denmark have the upper hand in this encounter.

Denmark to win 11-10

Rasmus Hojlund to score anytime @ 2/1

The Manchester United striker featured in their 4-3 victory over Liverpool in the FA Cup on Sunday, but only lasted 70 minutes as he was coming back from injury.

However, I'm expecting him to start here and despite only earning 10 caps for his country so far, Hojlund has managed to net on seven occasions.

After a shaky start to the Premier League campaign, the former Atalanta striker scored six in his last five outings before picking up a muscle injury. In addition, the Dane also scored five goals in United's Champions League campaign before their group-stage exit.

Hojlund to score anytime at 2-1

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