Romania and Switzerland had to make do with a point each in their latest encounter, which finished with a 2-2 scoreline. The best betting odds on a draw at full-time with the bookies are at 5/2.
According to Fifa Romania look into their fixture with Switzerland as number 48 in the world ranking. The visitors sit as number 14.
Romania has a good chance of coming out on top in their group, as it appears to be mainly a contest between two teams for the first place. At the very least, they should be able to lock down second place spot comfortably. It look like a close race between two teams for the top spot in the group, and Switzerland have a good chance of taking it. Even if they don't, they should be able to lock down the second place without too much difficulty.
Romania vs Switzerland Prediction
Romania should be high on confidence, as their last three matches saw them gain seven points. They started off drawing 0-0 with Belarus, before beating first Andorra by 4-0, then Israel in a 1-2 win. Romania claimed three wins in their previous six internationals. They drew three and lost zero games while scoring 11 goals to four against.
In their previous three matches, Switzerland drew 3-3 with Belarus, 1-1 with Israel and 1-1 with Kosovo. Switzerland claimed just one win from the last six internationals. These also drew five and lost zero games, as they were outscored by nine goals to 12.
Are Switzerland strong enough presently to justify the prices with the bookies, even when travelling to face Romania at Arena Nationala? It could be tight, but considering form and match history, we believe the visitors represents the best betting option.
Romania are currently unbeaten in 10 consecutive games.
Switzerland scored in their last 11 matches on the bounce.
Romania vs Switzerland Stats
- Romania have not lost the last 10 matches in a row
- In 12 of the last 14 Romania home matches the sum of goals was under 3.5
- Romania have scored in 11 of the last 13 matches
- In 7 of the last 9 Romania matches the sum of goals was under 3.5
- Romania have scored in the last 6 home matches in a row
- Switzerland have scored in the last 11 matches in a row
- In 9 of the last 11 Switzerland matches the sum of goals was over 2.5
- In 9 of the last 11 Switzerland away matches the sum of goals was over 2.5
- Switzerland have not lost the last 9 matches in a row
- In 6 of the last 7 matches Switzerland played, both teams scored
Romania vs Switzerland Team News
Romania vs Switzerland H2H
When they last played an international match against each other, they both came away with a point in a 2-2 draw. Switzerland look back on zero wins in their previous matches against their next opponent in the shape of Romania. The home side has a 33% win rate in these encounter for a total record of 1-2-0. No doubt worth keeping in mind before you make a choice for your next accumulator, depending on your betting strategy.
Romania vs Switzerland Results
In two of the previous three matches between Romania and Switzerland both teams scored.
Romania vs Switzerland Betting Tips
Valentin Mihaila has been the most productive European Championship scorer for the home side, having scored three in recent games. Romania no doubt hope he will continue to be a threat in their upcoming match, while Switzerland will be expecting Zeki Amdouni to add to his tally of three European Championship goals in his latest game.
Romania racked up five wins from a possible 10 across all tournaments at Arena Nationala, drew two and lost three. Switzerland won four of their previous 10 away, drew two and lost four times. Romania managed to open the scoring in no less than six of their previous 10 league games on home soil. The visitors from Switzerland have been equally ready from the first whistle, scoring the opener in seven of their last 10 away games.
In the past three encounters between Romania and Switzerland over 2.5 goals came out one time, with Romania scoring an average of 1.33 goals per game. Switzerland averaged one goal, while both teams scored two times. Romania witnessed over 2.5 goals in five of their previous ten matches across all tournaments in which they averaged two goals a game. Over 2.5 goals appeared in eight of the last ten matches that Switzerland played across all tournaments. They scored 2.3 times on average in the process.