Sweden and England are set to face each other in the 2018 FIFA World Cup quarterfinals as both teams eye a place in the semifinals of the tournament
Sweden and Switzerland will face each other to earn the spot in the next round which could lead either of them to their first quarter-finals in this century. Sweden, despite being paired with the reigning champions Germany, unexpectedly topped a tough Group F. The Scandinavian side faced a 2-1 defeat by Germany, as a last minute Toni Kroos goal denied Sweden a draw against crowned champions of 2014, but a 3-0 drubbing of Mexico helped them top the group on a goal-difference after levelling points with them. Switzerland earned qualification to the next round by limping over the line, earning five points in three matches. The final game was a captivating 2-2 draw with Costa Rica that saw them go on to a hard-earned qualification into the next round, as Schweizer Nati only needed a draw to go further. The two sides will compete against each other for the 29th time in their history, but at the same time, it will be a first-ever face-off between the two […]
Mexico and Sweden will be aiming to qualify for the Round of 16 when they meet at the Ekaterinburg Arena in their final Group F game on Wednesday
Sweden and South Korea will begin their 2018 FIFA World Cup campaigns when they meet at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium on Monday
Back in the FIFA World Cup for the first time after 2006, Sweden will be hoping to cause an upset in Group F in Russia.
Top spot in Group A is on the line as second-placed Sweden host group toppers France at the Friends Arena on Friday.