Euro 2020: Top Ten Clash in Basel

Switzerland vs Denmark

Switzerland and Denmark meet at the St. Jakob-Park on Tuesday night, in a fascinating encounter of the two Euro 2020 Group D favourites.

This is Denmark’s opening fixture, while Switzerland are already up and running in the competition. Group D is a testing group, with Georgia and the Republic of Ireland also vying for qualification. Only tiny Gibraltar can be discounted.

Euro 2020 betting odds won’t feature either of these teams heavily in the eventual winners market; not yet, anyway. But they have both performed consistently well for a few years now, and neither is considered an easy opponent by any other team in the world.

Talking Points

Swiss and Danes are among the world’s best

Sitting in lofty positions of eighth and tenth in the FIFA World Rankings, Switzerland and Denmark have been frequently underestimated in world football until recently, which has eased their climb up the rankings. Both have been devilishly difficult to beat.

Vladimir Petkovic’s Switzerland started their Euro 2020 campaign in convincing form with a 0-2 away win to Georgia, never an easy place to go to. But they had an even more impressive result in the UEFA Nations League, hammering World Number One team Belgium, 5-2. The Swiss aren’t known for their goal-getting, more so their organisation excellence and tight defence, which made this victory even more impressive.

Goalkeeper Yann Sommer caught the eye at Russia 2018, and they have an experienced and calm head in Captain Stephan Lichsteiner. The cultured defender is currently at Serie A runaway leaders Juventus.

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Granit Xhaka is an uncompromising midfielder for Switzerland

Arsenal’s Granit Xhaka is a dominant presence in the middle of the park as an uncompromising player. He picked up a booking in the opener against Georgia, but he also has a fierce long-range shot on him.

Up front, Stuttgart’s Steve Zuber will be a constant threat. But Liverpool’s Xherdan Shaqiri will be a big miss. The fleet-of-foot attacker has pulled out of the squad with a groin strain. Jurgen Klopp will want his star fit for a potentially nail-biting Premier League title run-in.

World-Class Eriksen

Denmark are not short of talent itself, but one player has stood out over the past few years. That man is Spurs’ creative midfielder, Christian Eriksen. Mauricio Pochettino arguably has some bigger names in his first eleven, but none are as consistently influential as the Dane. He was only on the pitch for three minutes in Kosovo at the weekend before scoring a 63rd-minute penalty. Midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg popped up with an injury-time equaliser for Denmark.

Age Hareide has other good players in his armoury, the son of Denmark’s best-ever goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel is no slouch in goal. Kasper has kept goal for Leicester City in the Premier League since the Foxes’ stunning Premier League success in 2016.

Jacob Bruun Larsen is having a good season for Borussia Dortmund as is his club teammate Thomas Delaney, while Andreas Christensen has made a decent start to his career at Chelsea.

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With plenty of talent on show, this will be one of the most meaningful Euro 2020 results of the week and one which could give Group D a clear early shape.


These two teams haven’t met since the Euro qualifiers back in 1999 when Denmark won one and the other was match ended in a draw. That was towards the end of a golden period for the Danes, inspired by Peter Schmeichel, which started with an amazing European Championship win in 1992 and also featured an impressive run at the 1998 World Cup in France, where they reached the quarter-finals.

Switzerland’s heyday was some time ago, when they reached the World Cup quarter-finals three times, twice before the Second World War and the most recent in 1954. Meanwhile, their best showing at the European Championships was last time out when they reached the last 16 in France.

Denmark haven’t lost in their last 6 games. The Swiss have won three and lost three, though two of those defeats were away to big hitters Belgium and England.

Betting Tip

Switzerland vs Denmark Under 2.25 goals @ 1.80
March 27 03:45 (GMT+8)

With our latest us odds putting Switzerland at 2.07 to win, the draw at 3.25 and Denmark 3.45, this is a very tight match to call. While the Swiss are marginal favourites, I think Denmark have a good chance of extending their unbeaten run. This is especially true as they don’t need to worry about the dangerous Shaqiri.

The most likely score is 1-0 at 5.20, but I’d favour a 1-1 draw at slightly higher odds of 5.40.

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Grealish told to play in top flight

England manager Gareth Southgate has told Jack Grealish that he may not get a chance at international level unless he plays regularly in the Premier League.

The Aston Villa midfielder has seven caps for England at under-21 level but has not yet received a call-up for the senior squad.

He last played in the top flight for Villa in 2016 but they have failed to win promotion since, losing in the Championship play-off final last season.

Grealish was then linked with a move away from Villa Park, Tottenham making bids that were rejected in the summer. The midfielder then pledged his future to Villa, signing a new five-year contract.

However, Southgate says that, if he is to achieve his international ambitions, Grealish will have to either get promoted with Villa or seek a move to a Premier League club.

The England boss said: "Although we can see the quality, when the evidence of the opponent is a different level, that's where it's hard to directly correlate what that's going to look like at a level above.

"With Callum [Hudson-Odoi], he's playing Europa League, he's playing Premier League – that does make a difference."

Southgate added that, as an ex-Villa player himself, he hoped to see Grealish and the club back in the top flight before too long.

Meanwhile Southgate is preparing his side to face Montenegro away in the Euro 2020 qualifiers on Monday night.

His side top Group A after starting their campaign with a 5-0 win at home to the Czech Republic on Friday, Raheem Sterling scoring a hat-trick.

They are 1/3 for the win on Monday with Montenegro 10/1 and the draw 7/2.

Sterling is 15/8 to score at any time on Monday while England are 7/1 to win the game 3-0.

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Giggs praises team’s composure

Wales manager Ryan Giggs said his team showed good composure to beat Slovakia and get their Euro 2020 qualifying off to a winning start.

They won 1-0 at Cardiff City Stadium with a fifth minute goal from Daniel James separating the sides.

Slovakia got their campaign in Group E underway on Friday night, beating Hungary 2-0, Croatia beating Azerbaijan at the same time.

So Wales were made to wait for their own kick-off but reduced the pressure with the early goal.

With Gareth Bale in their line-up they missed chances to extend their lead and the visitors created opportunities of their own, Albert Rusnak and Robert Mak both forcing Wayne Hennessey into saves.

However Wales held on to collect the three points that got them up and running. They, Croatia and Slovakia all have three points at the top of the group.

Afterwards Giggs was delighted with the way his team showed character and composure to get the win.

He said: "It's not easy. I tried to play it down because I knew other teams played first but you do feel the pressure. There were so many outstanding performances and we dug in at the end to get that clean sheet.

"In the first half we showed real composure. We rode our luck a little bit in the second half and I thought we could have scored a few more in the first but some of the play was fantastic, paired with great determination."

Wales have a tough task in their next Euro 2020 qualifying game, playing World Cup 2018 finalists Croatia away in June.

Wales were semi-finalists at the last European Championships, in 2016 and will hope to feature next year when the tournament is being held throughout Europe rather than in one host country.

However, England's Wembley Stadium will be used for the semi-finals and final. England got their own campaign off to a winning start, beating the Czech Republic 5-0 on Friday night.

They travel to Montenegro for their second game on Monday and are 1/3 for the win with the hosts 10/1 and the draw 7/2.

Raheem Sterling scored a hat-trick against the Czech Republic and is 15/8 to score at any time on Monday while England are 7/1 to win the game 3-0.

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International Friendly: Korea Face Stiff South American Test In Seoul

Korea Republic vs Colombia

After their disappointing quarter-final exit in this year’s Asian Cup, Korea Republic got back to winning ways with a 1-0 victory in their most recent international friendly against Bolivia. The Taeguk Warriors needed an 86th-minute winner from substitute Lee Chung-Yong to triumph over La Verde in front of their home crowd.

The Koreans now have a much tougher test coming up as they face off against another South American side in Colombia. Los Cafeteros are coming off an encouraging 1-0 win over Japan in Yokohama thanks to a Radamel Falcao penalty in Carlos Quieroz’s first match as Colombia manager.

Another victory over a major Asian power would be quite the achievement for Quieroz, who took over in February following Jose Pekerman’s departure after the World Cup. But as the international friendly 2019 betting odds bear out, that will be easier said than done, especially in Seoul.

Talking Points

Korea must cope with Son struggling

Korea Republic took an important step toward putting their unfortunate Asian Cup run behind them with a 1-0 win over Bolivia in Ulsan. Although they only got their goal in the 86th minute, they did have 70 percent of possession and created 21 shots.

Somewhat worryingly, though, the Koreans were only able to get four of those 21 shots on target. Star forward Son Heung-min of Tottenham Hotspur was responsible for wasting a number of those opportunities for the Taeguk Warriors.

After going on a strong goal-scoring run following his return from the Asian Cup, Son has been on a bit of a slump of late. He has now gone scoreless in each of his last six appearances in all competitions for club and country. That’s not a promising sign, especially given the team’s reliance on the Spurs star to spearhead their attack.

It’s hard to see the Koreans once again dominating the ball as much against Colombia as they did against Bolivia. That’s why it’s all the more important for Son and his supporting cast to make the most of their chances against the Colombians, who have the attacking talent that can do some serious damage.

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Carlos Quieroz’s Colombia look to build momentum

Carlos Quieroz couldn’t have asked for a better start to his stint as Colombia manager as his side got a 1-0 win over Asian giants Japan in his debut match. After a rocky first 45 minutes, the Colombians looked much more comfortable in Quieroz’s system in the second half as they eventually stamped their class over the hosts.

Colombia got the decisive goal after a Takehiro Tomiyasu handball gave star striker Falcao the opportunity to dispatch from the penalty spot. They put the ball in the net two more times in the second half, but Falcao was called for handball while Luis Muriel was flagged for offside.

The Colombians are now unbeaten in their last five matches (four wins and a draw) since their crushing defeat to England on penalties in the round of 16 of the 2018 World Cup.

Quieroz fielded a star-studded side against Japan as the likes of Falcao, James Rodriguez, Muriel, and Davinson Sanchez all featured in the win. James’ club future for next season remains in doubt, but the talented playmaker figures to remain an integral part of the Colombia setup under Quieroz.

After a positive opening match, Quieroz will definitely be eager to boost  Colombia’s international friendly 2019 results under his guidance in Seoul.

International Friendly: After winning against Japan 1-0, Colombia head to Seoul to face Korea Republic

Radamel Falcao and James Rodriguez in action for Colombia against Japan


Colombia and Korea Republic have not crossed paths often in international play. In fact, they’ve faced off just six times overall — all friendlies — with the Koreans winning three of the six matchups. Colombia have won just once, with two draws.

The Koreans came up on top in their most recent meeting in 2017. Son Heung-min scored twice to give Korea Republic a 2-1 win on home soil. The Koreans will certainly be hoping Son can overcome his recent struggles and recreate that sort of magic once again in Seoul.

Betting Tip

Korea Republic vs Colombia Colombia Asian Handicap -0.25 @ 2.06
March 26, 19:00 (GMT+8)

us odds have Korea installed as slight underdogs at home against Colombia, which shouldn’t be that surprising. The Colombians, currently ranked No. 15 in the world, have tremendous world-class attacking players with the likes of James, Falcao, and Muriel, who are all capable of unlocking any opponent’s defence.

Meanwhile, Son’s poor form in front of goal is obviously a concern given that he’s the Taeguk Warriors’ most consistent source of goals. If he’s still not firing, it will be tough to see the Koreans covering the handicap.

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Clough cools play-off hopes

Burton Albion manager Nigel Clough doubts whether his side can sneak into the League One play-offs even after their 5-2 win over Accrington Stanley.

The Brewers trailed 2-0 in the first half but Scott Fraser halved the deficit before the break and Clough's side scored four goals in the second half.

The result leaves Burton, who reached the League Cup semi-finals earlier in the campaign and were relegated from the Championship last term, five points off a play-off spot. They are 100/1 to be promoted this season.

Clough said after his team's superb comeback victory: "I thought we played well in the first 35 minutes and didn't deserve to be 2-0 down – the reason we were was two mistakes.

"The goal we scored just before half time was then massively important but we had 10 to 12 moves like that and hadn't got a shot off. In the second half we finished them off, that was the difference.

"It might just be a bit too late [to get into the play-offs]. But we will try and win as many games as we can and see where that takes us.

"We really should be in the high 50s in terms of points at this stage but we'll keep going and four out of the last seven are against top-six sides so there is a lot to look forward to."

Mancini has faith in Immobile

Italy coach Roberto Mancini has backed Ciro Immobile to end his goal drought after the Lazio striker failed to score in Saturday's 2-0 victory against Finland.

Immobile has failed to score in his last 10 appearances for his country although he did set up a goal for impressive teenager Moise Kean in the Euro 2020 Group J qualifier.

Nicolo Barella was also on target as Italy got their qualification campaign off to a victorious start at the Friuli Stadium in Udine.

Former Manchester City and Inter Milan boss Mancini said: "Kean has quality, enormous potential and it all depends on him. There's plenty of quality among our young players. It's not difficult to understand that.

"It wasn't easy, as Finland clammed up straight away with five defenders, so it was difficult to break them down.

"It wasn't easy for Immobile, as he always had five or six players surrounding him. If anything, we should have spread the play better to create spaces."

Meanwhile, Finland coach Markku Kanerva was not overly impressed with the Azzurri saying: "Italy are certainly the strongest team in the group but Greece and Bosnia can also have a say.

"Obviously, I'm disappointed with the result. It's a pity, especially for the first goal, because it came through a deflection."

Italy are 6/1 to beat Liechtenstein 3-0 in their next qualifier on Tuesday while they can be backed at 16/1 to win Euro 2020 outright.

Spain’s attitude pleases Enrique

Luis Enrique thought Spain should have beaten Norway far more convincingly in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier.

The Euro 2008 and Euro 2012 winners needed a Sergio Ramos penalty to clinch a 2-1 victory in Valencia but Enrique believed his side could easily have scored four more goals.

It looked set to be a routine win for Spain when Rodrigo Moreno gave them a 16th-minute lead but Norway equalised in the 65th minute when Bournemouth striker Josh King scored from the spot after Inigo Martinez had brought Bjorn Johnsen down.

However, Spain were handed the chance to score a penalty of their own six minutes later when Alvaro Morata was tripped by Norway goalkeeper Rune Jarstein.

Spain are 15/4 to beat Malta 3-0 on Tuesday while they are available at 5/1 to win Euro 2020 outright.

Enrique said afterwards: "We have to appreciate all the positive things we did. I think we deserved to win 5-1 or 6-1, but in football goals are the only thing that matters.

"I am happy with everything, the attitude, the way we played after training hard all week and for creating chances against a team who defended in their own half. It was a shame we conceded the penalty but we found a solution and we realised that if you want to win you have to suffer."

McCarthy demands big improvement

Mick McCarthy thinks Georgia will be confident of beating a Republic of Ireland side that laboured to a 1-0 win against Gibraltar on Saturday.

A Jeff Hendrick goal proved decisive as Ireland at least made a winning start to their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign at Victoria Stadium.

But Ireland created little else in a disappointing performance in what was McCarthy's first game in his second spell in charge.

"I pretty much hated every minute of that," he said afterwards.

"I knew what it would be like. We were never going to complain about the pitch. The wind was blowing a gale. We didn't play particularly well. We had chances, one or two in the first half. Darren Randolph was probably man of the match.

"I was asked earlier on about gaining momentum and I can only gain momentum by winning games. I would have taken 1-0. I wanted to score more and play better but we have three points."

McCarthy's team play Georgia, who lost 2-0 to Switzerland in their first qualifier, at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday.

He added: "It is going to be a completely different game against a completely different team. Georgia lost and they will be looking to get some momentum against us. They will be watching that and think we are hopeless but we will play better than that."

Republic of Ireland are 1/2 to beat Georgia and 4/1 to win the match 1-0.

Euro 2020: Captain Ramos Puts Spain Ahead in Tight Contest

Spain 2-1 Norway

There was little to no doubt at the Estadio de Mestalla that Spain would start their Euro 2020 campaign on a high. They still have some of the most dominant players in world football, and they are eager to erase the bitter memories of their most recent international competitions.

The question that was ringing in the minds of La Roja fans was the margin of victory they would enjoy against Norway. The Løvene aren’t exactly the toughest opponents the Spaniards can face in their qualifying group, but they definitely have the players who can bring on the pain if they weren’t careful enough.

Valencia — and most of the Iberian peninsula, for that matter — got some nerves when their guests managed to pull one back against them. However, Sergio Ramos ensured that they are on track to produce fantastic Euro 2020 highlights next year with the winning goal five minutes later.

Everything is as expected in Spain, and the supporters can only hope that such strong performances continue until the end of the season.

Highlights of the game

Luis Enrique fielded a rather attack-oriented formation with the 4-3-3. Alvaro Morata, Marco Asensio, and Rodrigo were starting up front; Sergio Busquets was the central man in midfield, while Sergio Ramos and Davi de Gea were responsible for holding the backline without Gerard Pique. Meanwhile, Norway also had a couple of familiar names in their Starting XI in Joshua King and Martin Odegaard.

It didn’t take long for Valencia to witness their national team making some moves as Rune Jarstein was tested within the first ten minutes of the game. Alvaro Morata met a cross in the fifth minute to head it towards the goal. Unfortunately for him, the Hertha Berlin stopper got to the ball.

Rodrigo has made a huge contribution for hitting the opening goal for Spain in their Euro 2020 game against Norway

Spain’s Rodrigo in action against Norway’s Kristoffer Ajer during their Euro 2020 qualifying game at Mestalla Stadium

However, they didn’t have to wait long for the Spaniards to get ahead in the game as Rodrigo made his impact with the first goal on the 16th minute. Spain made some beautiful plays on the possession on the left-hand side, and Jordi Alba launched a cross to the middle. The Valencia striker fired a volley past Jarstein.

Norway had to pick themselves up after the quick goal, but it was hard to make an attack when Spain had the ball for most of the first half. Both Rodrigo and Morata had chances to double Spain’s lead, but the Norwegian defence did well in blocking the shot.

Markus Henriksen tried to put the game back on level terms in the 31st minute, but his effort just went straight to the waiting gloves of De Gea. Norway held their breath for a minute when Jordi Alba managed to score before half-time, but the linesman raised his flag and called the Barcelona man offside.

The second half began with an energised Norway eager to get back on track. The nation is on a footballing high as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is finding success with Manchester United, and the Løvene want to make the most of the attention the sport is getting.

Spain were still taking control of the match, but the tables quickly turned when Iñigo Martinez pulled his mark’s shirt inside the penalty area. The referee immediately pointed to the spot and up stepped Joshua King. The Bournemouth striker managed to beat the Man United stopper as he equalised for his country.

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The Mestalla was stunned with the goal, and an air of uncertainty slowly crept up in the stands. This hasn’t been the first time La Roja buckled in international competition, and their frustrating second-half collapse against England in the Nations League still stings to this day.

A draw wasn’t out of the cards before the match, and the possibility of it ending in a tie was weighing down on the fans.

However, everyone was ecstatic again when Jarstein ran off his line made a poor sliding challenge against Alvaro Morata just inside the box. Sergio Ramos stepped up to the spot for the penalty. He made Jarstein dive to the right as he scored the winning goal with a cheeky Panenka right down the middle of the goal.

It was a rather nervy start to their qualifying campaign, but fans are just thankful that the Euro 2020 betting odds that surround this qualifier was proven correct. They can now look forward to getting more wins and finishing top of their group.

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Sergio Ramos has once again proven how important he is to Spanish supporters and seasoned us punters who backed La Roja. The fact that he scored in his last five national team appearances emphasises the extraordinary quality he brings to the national team offensively and defensively.

The way Spain dominated their guests also makes one question why the winning margin isn’t bigger. The Spaniards had 67% possession and made 26 goal attempts with ten on target. They had 25 free-kick attempts and nine corners. Jarstein was busy throughout the night as he had to make eight saves.

What’s next?

The Euro 2020 dream continues for these two nations as they look to move on from this match. However, they will be approaching their next match with differing mindsets.

Spain head coach Luis Enrique feels motivated to seal more victories following their Euro 2020 win over Norway

Spain manager Luis Enrique looks ahead during their Euro 2020 qualifier against Norway

Spain are obvious favourites against Malta and there should be no reason that they don’t take the victory against the 182nd-placed nation in the FIFA World rankings. Luis Enrique will work to make sure his lads don’t have any complacency ahead of this game.

Meanwhile, Lars Lagerback will have quite a task ahead of him as they play Sweden up next. The Blue-Yellows are also favoured to make it out of their qualifying group and compete in the main tournament. He must lead the Norwegians against his own countrymen in what will be a tough match.




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This Game could be Key in Final Euro 2020 Standings

Portugal vs Serbia

It’s early days in Euro 2020 qualifying but this match already has a look of one which could be very important in the final standings.

Serbia have just enjoyed an encouraging 1-1 friendly draw in Germany (not that a tackle late in the game was particularly friendly) and are showing signs of improvement after an uninspiring World Cup.

Meanwhile, the reigning European Champions Portugal will not want to drop more points after encountering frustration in their opening qualifier, being held by Ukraine.

us fans will know Cristiano Ronaldo and Co rarely fail to win twice at home in a row.

Talking Points

Certainly, Portugal know they are facing arguably the side considered their strongest opponents in the group.

Ronaldo will never be far from the Euro 2020 news of course, but he has a star-studded supporting cast, with some of the top players in the Portuguese league at FC Porto and Benfica, as well as big names from the Premier League and La Liga.

Bernardo Silva is having an impressive season at Manchester City and midfield powerhouse William Carvalho is enjoying a fine season at Real Betis.

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Meanwhile, in Wolves’ creative duo Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho who are making waves at club level, plus goalkeeper Rui Patricio, they have a real spark.

Despite their goalless draw against the Ukraine, in which Ronaldo featured for the national team for the first time since last summer’s World Cup in Russia, Portugal showed they remain a force.

Ukraine’s veteran goalkeeper Andriy Pyatov played a key part in frustrating the hosts, twice denying Ronaldo in the first half before pulling off an exceptional save from Andre Silva.

He then tipped over Pepe’s blistering effort and was relieved when an offside flag ruled out a William Carvalho header.

Fernando Santos’ side will meet opponents who have been hit hard by injuries.

Manchester United man Nemanja Matic has already withdrawn from the squad and has been joined on the sidelines by Ljubomir Fejsa with Aleksandsr Kolarov and Filip Kostic already out.

It could be that their trip to the Estadio da Luz may be one game too many for this squad.


Serbia will try to have a great start in their Euro 2020 campaign as they battle Portugal

Mladen Krstajic commanding Serbia in touchline

Serbia will be hoping to finally claim a win against Portugal at the fifth attempt.

Both meetings in 2007 – in the Euro 2008 qualifying campaign – ended 1-1.

Tiago and Dejan Stankovic traded goals in Belgrade, while Simao and Branislav Ivanovic did the same in Lisbon.

When they next met in 2015 in qualifying for Euro 2016 – a tournament Portugal would go onto win – Ricardo Carvalho and Fabio Coentrao secured a 2-1 Portugal success. Matic netted for Serbia.

Portugal also won the return fixture in Serbia by the same scoreline when Nani and Joao Moutinho scored the goals with Zoran Tosic replying for Serbia.

Betting Tip

Spain vs Serbia Portugal Asian Handicap -1.00 @ 2.12
March 26, 03:45 (GMT+8)

Euro 2020 qualifying betting odds favour Portugal and that is no surprise.

However, it should be remembered both these sides can be difficult to beat and are unbeaten in their last six matches.

In Serbia coach, Mladen Krstajic, Serbia have a coach who, like Santos, went onto to oversee a promotion winning campaign in the UEFA Nations League.

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