Spain vs Sweden Euro Cup 2020 match prediction

Spain vs Sweden Betting Tips, H2H & Match Prediction for Euro Cup 2020

Two times European champions Spain will take on Sweden on this Monday night fixture in this Group E match. The match will be played at Estadio La Cartuja de Sevilla in Spain so it will be an advantage for the 2 times champs. The action will begin at 12:30AM IST on 15th June.

Spain vs Sweden Head to Head

They have faced each other numerous times in which Spain were the better amongst the two. Of the last 5 meetings Spain won 3 games, 1 was won by Sweden and 1 went in draw which was the most recent of all at the Euro Qualifiers.

Spain vs Sweden

Recent Form

Spain’s Form: DWWDW

Spain have a really good squad with many young players like Ferran Torres, Pedri etc. They have a very good record at being unbeaten at home. Overall they are on streak of 7 games without a loss, in which one of them was against Germany. They scored 6 against the Germans without conceding any.

Sweden’s Form: WWWWW

Sweden has won the last 5 of their games scoring 10 goals and conceding only once. The teams they beat were at a lower ranking than theirs, but that doesn’t mean that they can’t score against big teams.

Team News and Expected Lineups

Spain’s Team News:

Spain’s only concern is the Defensive Midfielder Sergio Busquets who will not feature in this game as he tested positive for Covid. Man City midfielder Rodri will take his place in the playing XI.

Expected SPN XI:

Formation: 4-3-3

GK: Simon DEF: Alba, Torres, Laporte, Llorente MID: Thiago, Rodri, Koke ATT: Torres, Moreno, Morata

Sweden’s Team News:

Swedish players like Dejan Kulusevski and Mattias Svanberg are unavailable for this fixture as they both returned Covid positive.

Expected SWE XI:

Formation: 4-4-2

GK: Olsen DEF: Lustig, Lindelöf, Danielson, Augustinsson MID: Larsson, Ekdal, Olsson, Forsberg ST: Isak, Berg

SPN vs SWE betting tips and prediction

Spain are favorites to top this group, they have a great squad and they will try to score many goals. Sweden can put up a tough fight and will try to hold Spain to a draw. But most probably Spain would win this.