Sweden vs Poland Betting Tips: Euro 2020 – 23.06.2021

Last updated: June 22, 2021 by Leon Marshal

Euro 2020 logo Sweden and Poland will go head-to-head to conclude the Group E stages this Wednesday and its never been a better time to get your bets in. To ensure you make the most informed wagers, read this guide for match details, team news, tips, predicted lineups and team analysis.

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The Sweden vs Poland games kicks off on Wednesday, June 23 at 5 PM BST. The match will be played at Krestovsky stadium in Saint Petersburg, Russia, making this a neutral game. A win for either will guarantee a spot in the round of 16, so this is bound to be an exciting pair-up.

Game details

Sweden Poland

Kick-off: Wednesday, 17:00
Venue: Krestovsky Stadium
Coverage: ITV
Sweden Form: WWWDW
Poland Form: LDDLD
Last Meeting: SWE 3 – 1 POL
Competition: UEFA Euro 2020

Spain started their first match against Sweden by displaying a quick attacking style, but it wasn’t enough to claim victory over Sweden. Spain’s game ended with a 0-0 draw, struggling to push past Sweden’s strong defence. A win this weekend will require a clear victory over Poland if they are to progress to the round of 16.

Poland’s debut performance ended with a 2-1 defeat to Slovakia, indicating a weak defence line that may not be able to fortify against the Spanish team. With key midfielder Krychowiak suspended for the game, the team will likely struggle to drive the ball forward to give Lewandowski a shot to score.

Both teams lost points after their debut performances and its cast doubt on Spain’s ability to progress too far in the competition. In any case, a Spanish victory seems likely considering Poland’s poor track record against Spain. Spain’s strong possession record is also bound to boost the team to a win.

Team News

Sweden has kept a clean sheet in six of its last seven games.

Sweden has won nine of its previous 11 games against Poland.

Poland have not won a game in the last six matches.

Poland has kept one clean sheet from its previous nine matches.

Expected Line-Ups:

Sweden (4-4-2): Olsen, Augustinsson, Danielsson, Lustig, Lindelof, Forsberg, Ekdal, Olsson, Larsson, Isak, Berg
Subs: Johnsson, Nordfeldt, Granqvist, Helander, Jansson, Krafth, Cajuste, Claesson, Quaison, Sema, Svanberg, Svensson, Larsson, Bengtsson, Kulusevski
Not available:
Poland (3-5-2): Szczesny, Bednarek, Glik, Bereszynski, Puchacz, Moder, Zielinski, Klich, Jozwiak, Lewandowski, Swiderski
Subs: Fabianski, Skorupski, Helik, Kozlowski, Placheta, Kownacki, Milik, Frankowski, Piatkowski, Swierczok, Kedziora, Dawidowicz, Rybus, Linetty
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Conclusion & Betting Tips

Based on the recent performances of both teams, we predict a 2-1 victory to Sweden. Both teams have displayed an ability to score so far in the competition, and while Poland is great on the counter-attack, Sweden’s strength lies with its strong defence and ability to hold possessions.

Our predicted score would indicate that it is wise to bet on both teams to score. Sweden in particular has managed to score at least once in eight of its last ten games, some of which were against the world’s top-ranked teams. Poland too has produced the same result.

We suggest you bet on under 3.5 goals being scored, as neither team tends to be especially proficient at creating goals. Eight of Poland’s last ten games have seen less than 3.5 goals produced, while seven of Sweden’s last ten games have produced this too.

In any case, this is an important game for both teams, but Poland needs a win more. A draw will likely leave Sweden with enough point to qualify for the next round, while Poland may be left short unless it claims victory. This will be a tense game for fans and bettors, so choose a top bookie such as the one below to claim the best odds.