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Sweden vs England is the 3rd FIFA World Cup 2018 quarterfinal match of this edition. Saturday is a doubleheader with the second game to be played is Russia vs Croatia. Today’s match will start at 7:30 pm IST or 10 am ET.
England has reached to this point in the tournament after winning over Colombia on Tuesday with the help of a penalty shootout. England’s Eric Dier got the opportunity to fire the final penalty shot and he made it past the goalkeeper of the opposition team.
Sweden vs England Live Streaming
England got its first of such kind of victory in the history of the World Cup. On the other hand, Sweden has arrived here after defeating Switzerland by 1-0. Emil Forsberg scored the only goal of the game on Tuesday. The Swedish team has lost only one out of four WorldCup games.
The only loss came against Germany. The winner of this match will get to face Russia or Croatia in the 2018 FIFA World Cup semifinal stage. The SWE vs ENG live stream will be available on fuboTV, FoxSports.com, SonyLIV (website and app), etc.
It will also have a simultaneous telecast on FOX, Telemundo, Sony Ten 2 SD/HD, BBC One, BBC One HD Sony Ten 3 SD/HD, Sony ESPN, and other tv channels. The game is to take place at Samara Arena located in Russia.
After getting enthusiasm being an exciting young squad, the English fans are hoping to put an end to a 52-year old wait to win the WC. However, the England team shouldn’t take Sweden lightly. The Scandinavians have a habit of turning the odds upside down especially for England.
So far, it has only one out of last eight matches. The confidence of England’s players has risen up after getting a successful World Cup penalty shootout against Colombia in the Round of 16 in Moscow. It is of no doubt that Sweden has passed through a much tougher path to get to the quarterfinals.
Sweden eliminated the Netherlands, Italy, and then Russia. The team emerged as the Group F winner as Germany has already crashed out of the competition for the trophy. England has reached into its first quarterfinals since 2006. Sweden is looking to reach its first semifinal after 1994.
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