Switzerland will look to maintain their unbeaten run in their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign when they host Belarus on Sunday evening. The Swiss have picked up 14 points from their first six matches in Group I, scoring 17 goals in the process.

We preview this match by picking out a few of the best markets on offer to punters.

Switzerland vs Belarus Betting Tips

  • Over 3.5 Switzerland goals – 13/8 
  • Zeki Amdouni to score first – 16/5

Team news

Swiss attacker Zeki Amdouni will be looking to maintain his impressive form for his country in this international break. The Burnley star has been on fire in this qualifying campaign, scoring five goals in six appearances, and he will be eager to add to his tally against Belarus.

Neither side has any fresh injury concerns heading into Sunday’s match.

Over 3.5 Switzerland goals @ 13/8

It has been a while since Switzerland scored four or more goals in a game, the last time being in the reverse match against Belarus back in March when they emerged as 5-0 victors.

After two consecutive draws, Switzerland returned to winning ways last time out against Andorra, winning 3-0. After beating Belarus comfortably away from home last time, Murat Yakin and his players will fancy themselves to enjoy another prolific display against them.

They are blessed with many players capable of getting on the scoresheet, such as Amdouni, Xherdan Shaqiri, Granit Xhaka, Renato Steffen and Remo Freuler to name a few.

Zeki Amdouni to score first @ 16/5

If you fancy anyone to score for Switzerland in this one, it’s Amdouni. His five-goal haul has been most impressive in this qualifying campaign and he is Yakin’s biggest goal threat, which he will once again look to utilise against Belarus.

Amdouni was on the scoresheet in the 5-0 win over Belarus back in March, and he will fancy himself to get register against them once again this time around. After scoring his first Premier League goal for Burnley in recent weeks, his confidence will be very high, which does not bode well for Switzerland’s opponents.


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