10. England are the only nation to have won all of their games in Euro 2016 qualifying. They are favourites to win at 1.72.
9. Switzerland are on the verge of winning three consecutive Euro qualifiers away from home for the first time. The visitors can be backed at 5.00 to win
8. The Three Lions are unbeaten in nine matches against the Swiss, winning six and drawing three. The hosts are 1.16 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
7. Switzerland’s last win against England came in 1981 in the form of a 2-1 World Cup qualifying victory. A repeat of that scoreline is priced at 19.00.
6. Vladimir Petkovic’s side are unbeaten in eight games, winning six and drawing two. They are 2.08 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
5. The reverse fixture was played a year ago to the day; England won 2-0 in Basel. An identical scoreline is available at 9.00.
4. Before the current campaign, the nations had been drawn together twice in Euro qualifying. Both matches at Wembley ended level - 1-1 (priced at 8.00) and 2-2 (priced at 21.00).
3. Steve Von Bergen is set to make his 50th appearances for the Swiss. He is 22.00 to score at any time.
2. Theo Walcott bagged two goals against San Marino, but has netted in only four of his last 41 international appearances. The striker is 5.50 to open the scoring.
1. Wayne Rooney is one goal away from becoming England’s all-time leading goalscorer ahead of Bobby Charlton. He is 10.00 to score at least twice.