Wales qualified for EURO 2020 at the last moment through its win against Hungary. The qualification group was tough (Croatia, Slovakia, Hungary, Azerbaijan), but the Dragons showed fantastic football and a great team spirit, so we have to admit that they deserved their participation in EURO 2020. The team's head coach, the former star of Manchester United - Ryan Giggs, created an excellent core that includes both experienced and young players such as Gareth Bale, Ben Davies, and Aaron Ramsey. Although the squad does not have high chances to go on the next stage, Wales can give any team hard times. The team practices a defensive style of play, and we are suggesting you take a look at the market Under 2.5 goals on our Odds Comparison.
Switzerland won its qualification group and entered the European Championship with high confidence and hopes for great performance. The team has experienced players such as Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri, so nobody should underestimate it, as we have already mentioned on our EURO 2020 betting guide. The team's defence is solid, and one of the biggest proofs of that is the fact that during the qualifications Switzerland received only six goals out of ten games. The specialists expect better performance by the experienced team after three consecutive 1/8 finals on the major tournaments, so consider the chances that Switzerland to reach at least the 1/4 finals this year. Furthermore, the odds provided by the bookmakers for that market are outstanding.