Albania vs Switzerland tips & odds

In Euro 2016, by on Jun 09, 2016
Albania vs. Switzerland EURO 2016 Group Stage – Group A Game 1 Saturday, June 11 Odds: Albania 9/2, Draw 12/5, Switzerland 13/15 Our Play: No Play For latest odds you can check a few recommended sportsbooks and betting exchanges albania switzerland preview In our Group A breakdown we were casting aside any notion of Albania posing a threat to any side. Conversely, we were adamantly strong in our support for the Swiss as a potential dark horse in the EURO tournament. With this being established, it would be safe to surmise we would have been all over Switzerland in this market, but instead we are opting out. redbet 0 0 draw A recent scourge of analyses from many tipsters have suggested that Albania may in fact be a Cinderella team in this EURO tournament and Switzerland may be vulnerable to an upset against the Albanians. The Swiss have lost four of their last six fixtures in friendlies, Albania has lost three to their account in their last six as well. With this being said, we have two sides that are reeling from losses and will likely need a win in this opening match to keep their tournament hopes a float. The academic move would be to take Switzerland and drink the juice. The value likely rests in a draw be that we are taking back odds of +240 on a stalemate which is certainly feasible in this scenario. However, many may be inclined to take Albania due to their current offering and given the fact Switzerland has a name on the world stage and the Albanians do not, bettors may simply rest their laurels on the Swiss securing a win. However, we feel compelled to stay off this contest entirely because the match seems to be extremely volatile. We cannot support a play of Albania, be that this is a football club that drew Georgia, lost to Austria and was humiliated by Serbia. We have yet to see the Albanians pull off a result that really gets us to hold our breath. As a result, this does indeed set a stage for an unexpected run be that the stock in Albania is so low. Their 27/1 odds of winning Group A reflect a lack of faith from the public and markets that this team can even compete. For what it’s worth, this team came in through the backdoor, qualifying by virtue of surviving a weak group. The Albanians accumulated just 14 points in qualification and this was against teams like Denmark, Armenia and aforementioned Serbia. All in all this is not a very impressive resume. The Swiss also sport a difficult to stomach three match skid against Ireland, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Netherlands, where they were simply throttled by all three sides and failed to score in two of those three contests. The bottom line here is we are dealing with two teams that are very inconsistent but if we could take back the Swiss at above even odds in this one, we would have sunk our teeth in as this team’s stock is also low at this point but they do bode tremendous upside. Let us forget the Swiss were once a top-six team in the world, we simply need to see a result that reinforces our preposition of their contention as dark horse in this tournament before we pick them up in a single match. No play is the call. For latest odds you can check a few recommended sportsbooks and betting exchanges