Sweden vs Poland Live Stream

Euro 2020 fixture, Sweden vs. Poland will kick off at 20:00 (GMT+1) on Match Day 3 - Wednesday, the 23rd of June. Match venue: Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, Russia.


Sweden will return on Match Day 3 behind a 1-0 win over Slovakia on Match Day 2. The first half saw no goals until after the break when the game came to life. Swedish forward, Alexander Isak saw his shot deflected inches away from goal before putting one right above the cross-bar minutes later. Later on, the tall and lanky forward forced a save out of Slovakia’s goalkeeper, Martin Dubravka. A penalty was given away by the Slovakian goalkeeper which allowed Forsberg (77’ P.) to put the Swedes ahead from the penalty spot. The Real Sociedad forward, Alexander Isak dribbled his way through a forest of legs before losing the ball after the Slovakian defense thwarted his attempt on goal. 



The Slovakians tried but failed to find a goal until the game came to an end. The 1-0 win leaves Sweden having 4 points and a goal difference of +1 after 1W, 1D & 0L. Coach of Sweden, Janne Andersson will likely adopt a conventional 4—4—2 formation on Match Day 3 as his side hunts for at least a draw in the hope of qualifying for the next round. Sweden are sitting at the top of Group E ahead of this Match Day 3 fixture. They remain unbeaten in the last six games across all international competitions: WWWWDW.










Meanwhile, Poland picked up a 1-1 draw against Spain on Match Day 3 and will be coming into this fixture behind a form that reads: WLDDLD. Spanish forward, Alvaro Morata put the Red Fury ahead midway through the first-half (25'), appearing from the shadows to tap in from close range. But Robert Lewandowski would reply, scoring Poland’s only goal with a fine header in the 54th minute past Spain’s goalkeeper, Unai Simon. After a few chances at either end, 


the game came to a close at 1-1. But the hard-fought draw still leaves Poland rooted to the bottom of Group E with only a point in the tournament ahead of the final day of the group stage: 0W, 1D & 1L. They must win this tie to have any chance of qualifying for the next round. An attacking 4—2—3—1 formation is expected once again on Wednesday with Robert Lewandowski leading the attack. Coach Paulo Sousa will be hoping the prolific striker would do the damage against Sweden when his side returns on Match Day 3.


The last time both countries played, it ended in a 3-1 win for Sweden. In September, 2003, Sweden defeated Poland, 2-0. An earlier fixture on the 11th of June, 2003 ended in a 3-0 win for Sweden.


A 2-0 win for Sweden is predicted at full-time.
Venue: Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Tournament: Euro 2020.
Time: 20:00 (GMT+1).
Date: Wednesday, the 23rd of June.




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