Scotland v Switzerland Best Betting Odds

Scotland will be eager to bounce back from their thrashing by Germany when they face Switzerland in their second Euro 2024 outing, therefore now is an excellent time to check out the very best Euro 2024 free bets and other offers which you can claim when registering with any of our featured UK bookmakers

 

Scotland v Switzerland Best Betting Odds

 

Having been thumped 5-1 by Germany in the tournament curtain-raiser on Friday evening, Scotland will look to avoid another thrashing when they face Switzerland in the second outing on Wednesday.

 

Harsh footballing lesson

Scotland were taught a harsh footballing lesson on the big stage on Friday evening when they were demolished by a rampant Germany in the Euro 2024 curtain-raiser. The Scots had little answer to the attacking prowess of the host nation and had to rely on an own-goal from Germany’s Antonio Rüdiger to deny the hosts a clean sheet in what was a thoroughly one-sided affair.

 

Outright

10/11

Switzerland

27/10

Draw

18/5

Scotland

 

First Goalscorer

13/2

Zeki Amdouni

13/2

Noah Okafor

13/2

Breel Embolo

7/1

Kwadwo Duah

15/2

Xherdan Shaqiri

17/2

Che Adams

17/2

Lawrence Shankland

9/1

Tommy Conway

9/1

Ruben Vargas

 

Anytime Goalscorer

13/5

Breel Embolo

11/4

Noah Okafor

14/5

Zeki Amdouni

13/4

Kwadwo Duah

10/3

Xherdan Shaqiri

7/2

Lawrence Shankland

15/4

Tommy Conway

19/5

Ruben Cargas

4/1

Che Adams

 

Win to Nil

6/1

Scotland

11/5

Switzerland

 

Result & BTTS

15/2

Scotland

4/1

Draw

10/3

Switzerland

 

Draw No Bet

2/5

Switzerland

9/4

Scotland

 

Embarrassing result

On the back of this embarrassing result, Scotland will look to salvage some pride when they face Switzerland on Wednesday evening although Steve Clarke’s men are outsiders to claim the three points here at a best price of 18/5. Indeed, Switzerland got things off to an excellent start in their tournament opener with a convincing 3-1 win against Hungary on Saturday, Kwadwo Duah, Michel Aebischer and Breel Embolo scoring for the Swiss with Barnabás Varga scoring a consolation for the Magyars.

 

Rock bottom

Switzerland are odds-on favourites to secure all three points here and keep intact their perfect start to the tournament at best odds of 10/11, while a draw is on offer at a best price of 27/10. As things stand, Scotland sit rock bottom of the group with zero points after one game, while Switzerland sit in second position after Germany, goal difference alone separating the two sides.