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          Denmark vs Switzerland Preview, Tips & Stats

          Switzerland make the trip to Parken to take on Denmark in an international friendly. This is the last international break before the European Championships this summer as both teams will be looking to build some momentum this break.

          In the European Qualifiers, Denmark finished top of Group H. Here they took on Slovenia, Finland, Kazakhstan, Northern Ireland and San Marino. In ten games, Denmark picked up seven wins, one draw and two losses, leaving them on 22 points.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Denmark have three wins and two losses.

          The trip to Helsinki saw Finland restricted to just four shots, without a single one on target as an 86th minute goal from Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg gave Denmark the 1 - 0 win. Back on home turf, Denmark took on Azerbaijan. A goal from Jonas Wind and a brace from Robert Skov gave Denmark the 3 - 0 lead early in the second half. Yan Vorogovskiy did get Azerbaijan on the scoresheet with 30 minutes to go but Denmark held on for the 3 - 1 win.

          Rasmus Hojlund opened the scoring for Denmark in the first half but Alessandro Golinucci equalised for San Marino just after the hour mark. However, a goal from Yussuf Poulsen nine minutes later gave Denmark the 2 - 1 win. It was another 2 - 1 win for Denmark, this time against Slovenia. Joakin Mahle gave Denmark the lead but a goal from Erik Janza made it level at halftime. In the second half Thomas Delaney found the back of the net to secure the win for Denmark.

          The last time out for Denmark was against Northern Ireland. Goals from Isaac Price and Dion Charles both scored in the second half gave Ireland the 2 - 0 win.

          Switzerland, however, just missed out on the top spot in Group I. Competing with Romania, Israel, Belarus, Kosovo and Andorra, Switzerland picked up four wins, five draws and one loss in ten games, leaving them on 17 points, two points within qualification.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Switzerland have one win, three draws and one loss.

          After a goalless first half, Cedric Itten, Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri all scored in the second half to give Switzerland the 3 - 0 win over Andorra. The visit from Belarus saw Shaqiri was on the scoresheet again to give Switzerland the 1 - 0 lead at halftime. Goals from Max Ebong, Denis Polyakov and Dmitri Antilevski gave Belarus the 3 - 1 lead going into the last five minutes. However, goals from Manuel Akanji and Zeki Amdouni in the last two minutes rescued a 3 - 3 draw.

          Ruben Vargas’s goal in the 36th minute gave Switzerland the lead at halftime but Shon Weissman equalised for Israel in the 88th minute. Edimilson Fernandes was then sent off late on for Switzerland, but the Swiss held on for the 1 - 1 draw. It was another 1 - 1 draw for Switzerland, this time against Kosovo. Vargas was on the scoresheet again for Switzerland but a late goal from Muhamet Hyseni grabbed a 1 - 1 draw for Kosovo.

          The most recent outing for Switzerland was against Romania. Denis Alibec scored the only goal of the game in the 50th minute to give Romania the 1 - 0 win.

          Denmark and Switzerland have met 12 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in an international friendly in 1923. A draw is actually the most common outcome of this fixture, happening on six occasions, with Denmark picking up four wins and Switzerland picking up two.

          Denmark Team News

          Kasper Hjulmand has a side full of Premier League talent for this break such as Hojlund, Christian Eriksen and Hojbjerg.

          Switzerland Team News