SWE vs POL Dream11: Sweden will be taking on Poland for the final Group E fixture of Krestovsky Stadium. Sweden are occupying the top spot in their respective group courtesy a goalless draw to Spain, followed up by a 1-0 win against Slovakia.
Meanwhile, Poland started off their season with a 2-1 defeat to Slovakia. However, they did manage to draw their game to Spain by 1-1, which gives them a slim chance of advancing further provided they register a win later tonight. Considering Sweden’s resolute defence, it could be challenging task for the Polish unit.
Date: June 23, Wednesday
Kick-Off: 9:30 PM (IST)
Venue: Krestovsky Stadium
The game will be broadcasted live on the Sony Sport Network, and can be streamed on Sonly Liv and Jio TV.
Head to Head
From the last four meetings between the two sides, it’s Sweden who have had the upper hand with three wins in contrast to Poland’s one win.
Injury Report and Unavailability: Mattias Svanberg is in doubt to start here.
Expected Changes and Strategy: R Olsen should be starting in at goal, while, L Augustinsson, M Danielson, V Lindelof and C Lustig could line up in defence. K Olsen, A Ekdal, S Larsson and E Forsberg could accommodate the midfield region. A Isak and M Berg are expected to lead the attack up top.
Robin Olsen; Ludwig Augustinsson, Marcus Danielson, Victor Lindelof, Carl Mikael Lustig; Kristoffer Olsen, Albin Ekdal, Sebastian Larsson, Emil Forsberg; Alexander Isak, Marcus Berg
Injury Report and Unavailability: Arkadiusz Milik, Krzystof Piatek, Krystian Bielik and Arkadiusz Reca are ruled out due to injuries.
Expected Changes and Strategy: W Szcesny should be starting in at goal, while, J Bednarek, K Glik and B Beresyunski could line up in defence. T Puchacz, K Jozwiak, G Krychoiak, M Klich and P Zielinsko could fill in at the midfield region. K Swiderskia and R Lewandowski should be leading the attack up top.
Wojciech Szczesny; Jan Bednarek, Kamil Glik, Bartosz Bereszynski; Tymoteusz Puchacz, Kamil Jozwiak, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Mateusz Klich, Piotr Zielinski; Karol Swiderski, Robert Lewandowski
The odds in favor of Robert Lewandowski score the first goal are 7/2. The Poland centre forward bagged a goal against Spain in the last game, and also registered a record 40 goals in the Bundesliga last season. He can be included to the SWE vs POL Dream11 Team.
Alexander Isak can play a pivotal role in the forward line for Sweden. Isak had 17 goals and two assists from 34 appearances for Real Sociedad last season. The odds in favor of the 21 year old to score the first goal are 9/2. He can be included to the SWE vs POL Dream11 Fantasy Football side as well.
Emil Forsberg has impressed in the midfield region for Sweden. Forsberg has a goal to his name for Sweden, while, also having a pass accuracy of 87.3% from the last two games. He can be added to the Fantasy Football side too.
Piotr Zielinski and Mateusz Klich in the midfield region for Poland can earn the user significant points with their passing range and interception rate.
GK: R Olsen
DEF: J Bednarek, V Lindelof, L Augustinsson, B Bereszynski
MID: S Larsson, E Forsberg, P Zielinski, K Jowiak
FOR: R Leandowski, A Isak
This could turn out to be a cagey 90 odd minutes of football, but the SWE vs POL Today Match Prediction odds are in favor of Sweden to get the win by 1.96 as per 1XBET.