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POL vs SWE Dream11: Poland will welcome Sweden to the Silesian Stadium in the playoffs final of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday.

Poland progressed to the final after their semi-final opponents Russia were banned from the competition due to their Ukraine invasion. The Poles warmed up for the game with a 1-1 draw against Scotland in a friendly on Friday.

Meanwhile, Sweden overcame the Czech Republic at home in a tense semi-final. Substitute Robin Quaison scored the winning goal in the second half of added time to seal a date with the White and Reds.

 

POL vs SWE World Cup Qualifiers Match Details

Date: 20th March, Wednesday
Kick-Off Time: 12:15 AM (IST)
Venue: Silesian Stadium

 

World Cup Qualifiers Table

Poland – 2nd Position Group A

Sweden – 2nd Position Group H

 

Watch World Cup Qualifiers Live

There is no live streaming of the game in India. The fans can follow the game on the official handles of the respective teams.

 

Recent Form

Poland: D-L-W-W-W

Sweden: W-L-L-W-W

 

Head to Head (last 5 meetings)

Sweden have won all the last 5 meeting between the sides with an aggregate of 10-2.

POL vs SWE Dream 11 Prediction Details

Poland Team News

Injury Report, Unavailability, Expected Changes and Strategy 

  • Arkadiusz Milik and Bartosz Salamon are ruled out of the game against Sweden because of injuries.
  • Krzysztof Piątek picked up an injury against Scotland and faces a race against time to prove his fitness.
  • Mateusz Klich was left out of the squad, as he is due to serve a one-game suspension on account of an accumulation of yellow cards

Poland Starting XI (Likely)

Wojciech Szczęsny (GK)

Kamil Glik

Jan Bednarek

Tomasz Kędziora

Matty Cash

Piotr Zielinski

Grzegorz Krychowiak

Jakub Moder

Tymoteusz Puchacz

Robert Lewandowski

Arkadiusz Milik

Sweden Team News

Injury Report, Unavailability, Expected Changes and Strategy 

  • Martin Olsson came off injured in the game against the Czech Republic and has left the training camp.
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Emil Krafth, meanwhile, return from their suspensions and are in contention to make the starting XI.

 

Sweden Starting XI (Likely)

Robin Olsen

Emil Krafth

Victor Lindelof

Filip Helander

Ludwig Augustinsson

Dejan Kulusevski

Kristoffer Olsson

Albin Ekdal

Emil Forsberg

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Robin Quaison

POL vs SWE Dream11 Team

GK

Wojciech Szczęsny

Szczesny has done well keeping 2 clean sheets in 9 games this season. Though a clean sheet is tough to expect, he will look to keep his side in the tie with his acrobatic saves.

Saves (National Team) Goals Conceded Clean Sheets
44 29 14

 

DEF

Matty Cash

Cash has been prolific for the poles since he switched his nationality but this game could be his toughest test yet.

Tackles Won (National Team) Assists Interceptions
219 13 105

 

Victor Lindelof

Lindelof has been pivotal in leading Sweden to the Qualifiers. He should be able to hold his own against the polish attack.

Tackles Won (National team) Passes completed % Interceptions
10 84.4 30

 

MID

Arkadiusz Milik

Though Milik hasn’t been able to feature much in the qualifiers, Poland will hope he will be on top of his game for this one.

Goals (National Team) Assists Shots on target
14 11 22

 

Emil Forsberg

Forsberg has 2 goals and 1 assist in 9 games for Sweden. His left foot hasn’t been unleashed to full effect in the qualifiers this season but he will look to change that.

Goals (National Team) Assists Passes completed %
15 4 82.1

 

ST

Robert Lewandowski

The best striker on the planet right now is in the form of his life. He has got 8 goals and 4 assists in 8 games in the qualifiers.

Goals (National Team) Assists Shots on target
61 14 70

 

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

The veteran is still in top form and is in top shape. He could give the swedes the cutting edge they need to beat Poland.

Goals (National Team) Assists Shots on target (per game)
43 10 1.7

 

 

Goalkeeper: W. Szczesny

Defenders: V. Lindelof, M. Cash, J. Bednarek, L. Augustinsson

Midfielders: A. Milik, E. Forsberg, A. Ekdal, P.  Zielenski

Attackers: R. Lewandowski, Z. Ibrahimovic

 

Who will win today’s football match?

  • They have met twice in FIFA World Cup qualifiers, with Sweden coming out on top on both occasions.
  • They last crossed paths in the group stage of EURO 2020. Viktor Claesson scored the winning goal in injury time, rendering Robert Lewandowski’s second-half brace academic.
  • Both teams have well-balanced squads, with their star-studded attacks being their biggest strengths.
  • Poland scored 30 goals in their second-round qualifying games, with 14 of them coming at home, which is two more than the Blagult’s entire tally in the second round.

 

Odds to Win

The odds in favour of Poland Win 6/4

The odds in favour of Sweden Win 5/2

Odds in favour of a Draw 21/10

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