Sweden and Poland will meet in the 3rd round of the EURO 2020 group stage. Sweden beat Slovakia with a goal from the penalty kick, and they are looking for a positive result in the match with Poland to advance to the eight-finals. Poland surprised with a point against Spain, and we will see if they can make another positive result.
June 23rd, 2021 – 18:00
Sweden vs Poland Betting Tips & Predictions
BTTS Yes @ 1.90
Correct score 1:1 @6.50
Reason for Sweden vs Poland Predictions
Sweden leads this group on four points, three better than Poland, who will be seeking a win to see them through to the second round. Sweden had to give a lot for the 1-0 win over Slovakia in their last game, Emil Forsberg scoring the only goal of the game from the penalty spot in the 77th minute. They are yet to concede in this competition, having played to a 0-0 draw with Spain in the opening game, and of the four teams in this group, they are the best-placed. One of Sweden’s best qualities coming up is their sturdy defense; they’ve kept six clean sheets in the last seven matches and only conceded one goal in the process. A seven-game unbeaten run should also give them the needed belief as they progress in the competition. Mattias Svanberg plays excellently and does not allow the opponent to play in the middle of the field. Alexander Isak is an excellent striker playing in Real Sociedad, and he is expected to score as many goals as possible and bring joy to his nation.
Poland was impressive in their 1-1 draw with Spain, clawing back from a goal down to draw with the former European champions after a somewhat underwhelming opening game against Slovakia. They have one point and are in with a chance here, but it is a must-win clash to them. They matched a wasteful Spain in their second game and should be planning for a better defense against Sweden, which is proving to be tough to crack. Robert Lewandowski impressed in the match against Spain and got the equalizer as Poland pushed on. Though they were lucky that Spain missed a second-half penalty, and here they’ll want to rely more on their performance than luck. Getting to face this Sweden side without a win in the last five matches isn’t the best position Poland would wish for, and especially this being a game they must win. Karol Linetty is a great midfielder, he can play in several positions, and he does not allow the opponent much action in the middle of the field. Karol Swiderski is experienced, he is doing great in the penalty area, and he means a lot to the national team.
It will be a big battle between these two teams, and it will not be surprising if the match ends in a draw. We can also expect a goal in both nets, and neither side should keep the clean sheet.