After earning a 1-0 victory over Slovakia, Sweden go into matchday three with one foot in the round of 16. Emile Forsberg made it possible with a second half strike from the penalty spot.

Poland, in comparison, need nothing less than a victory to stand a chance of making it to the knockout stages. A strike from Robert Lewandowski levelled matters against Spain after Alvaro Morata broke the deadlock on matchday two.

The Eagles are currently bottom of group E with just a point whilst Sweden are top with four points. 

Sweden to win close game

Sweden have shown huge determination since the start of the campaign and are expected to end matchday three on a high.

The Blue and Yellow drew 0-0 with Spain on matchday one and recorded a 1-0 victory over Slovakia in the second game thanks to a strike from Emile Forsberg.

With Aleksandr Isak and others playing well, they should get all three points against Lewandowski and his teammates.

The odds

Poland are slight favorites to win this one with their odds priced at 2.50 by Betway. Sweden, in comparison, have their odds pinned at 2.84. A draw has been priced at 3.24.

Team news

Sweden predicted XI: Olsen, Lustig, Lindelof, Danielsson, Augustinsson, Larsson, Olsson, Ekdal, Forsberg, Isak, Berg

Poland predicted XI: Szczesny, Bednarek, Glik, Bereszynski, Puchacz, Moder, Zielinski, Klich, Jozwiak, Lewandowski, Swiderski

Sweden v Poland head-to-head

5th June 2004: Sweden 3-1 Poland (International Friendly)

10th September 2003: Poland 0-2 Sweden (UEFA European Championship qualifiers)

11th June 2003: Sweden 3-0 Poland (UEFA European Championship qualifiers)

9th October 1999: Sweden 2-0 Poland (UEFA European Championship qualifiers)

31st March 1999: Poland 0-1 Sweden (UEFA European Championship qualifiers)

Sweden go into this fixture with supreme confidence. They have won all of their last five meetings against Poland.

Overall, Sweden have lost eight times to their upcoming opponents and won 14 in 26 meetings.

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