Switzerland have registered massive growth in recent times and have not been scared of taking on established teams. They recently beat Belgium 5 – 2 while they have also pocked wins over Serbia, Iceland and drawn with Brazil in recent times. They have the quality and the talent, but the same applies to Denmark too, as they head to this game on a six – game unbeaten run, with three wins therein. Denmark have one loss in their last 15 matches, but will hope to pick a first win in six European Championship qualifiers; they have two losses and three draws in the last five. They have also failed to win any of the last three away matches in Euro qualifiers, having lost the recent two and drawn the other. They face a Swiss side with four losses in their last 15 matches but with three straight wins and clean sheets in Euro qualifiers. In 10 Euro qualifiers, Switzerland have managed eight wins and have 12 home wins in the last 16 Euro qualifiers.