Spain will face Sweden in World Cup 2020 Qualifying Group B, from 20.45 CET, on Estadio Olimpico de La Cartuja, in Seville. La Furia Roja needs a draw to secure the automatic qualification spot in this group.Bet on Spain - Sweden with 1xBet
Best bets on Spain vs Sweden
Bookmakers from Bet365 see Spain as the favorite for this game. Experts offer 1.36 for the home team to win this game, while Sweden has a huge 10.00 for a victory. A draw will cost 4.33.
1xBet offers 2.06 for Total Over 3 and 1.76 for Total Under 3. Spain haven’t conceded a single goal in the last three games.
Betway offers 2.40 for “both teams to score - yes” and 1.53 for “both teams to score - no”. In the previous game, Sweden won against Spain, 2-1 in Stockholm.
Where to Watch Spain vs Sweden
The game between Spain and Sweden will be broadcast live on Digi Sport 1. The broadcast from Seville begins at 20.40 CET, five minutes before the start.Bet on Spain - Sweden with 1xBet
Spain lost only one game in World Cup 2020 Qualifying Group B, against Sweden, 1-2. Since then, Luis Enrique’s side won without problems against Georgia (4-0), Kosovo (2-0) and Greece (1-0).
Spain needs a draw to gain the tickets for Qatar. La Furia Roja last defeat at home was on 2018, against England, 2-3, in UEFA Nations League.
In this group, Spain scored eight goals at home and conceded only two.
Sweden is coming to Spain after a stunning defeat against Georgia, 0-2. Zlatan Ibrahimovic came back to the national team, but Sweden lost in Tbilisi and now has the second chance in the final game against Spain.
Sweden is second-place after the lost against Georgia, with 15 points. Spain is the leader of Group B, with 16 points. Sweden will need another victory against Spain to gain automatic qualification for World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
However, Sweden can’t lose the playoff place. Third-placed Greece has 9 points.
Spain vs Sweden: possible lineups
- Spain (4-3-3): Simon - Carvajal, Laporte, Martinez, Gaya - Gavi, Busquets, Koke - Sarabia, Morata, Olmo;
- Sweden (4-4-2): Olsen - Krafth, Lindelof, Nilsson, Augustinsson - Kulusevski, Ekdal, K. Olsson, Forsberg - Isak, Ibrahimovic;