UEFA Euro Qualifiers - How to watch Sweden vs Spain on October 15, 2019

What has been Sweden and Spain's form in the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers?

Sweden has won two out of their last three games, keeping their chances of making it to the continental competition alive. The Blagult have claimed those two wins with similar scorelines (4-0), but their last outing as hosts ended in a disappointing 1-1 draw against Norway.

Spain had been perfect throughout the qualifiers, winning six out of their first six games. Nevertheless, the team coached by Robert Moreno saw their streak end thanks to a late goal by Joshua King, who salvaged a draw for Norway in the dying seconds of the game.

What is Sweden and Spain's position in Group F of the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers?

At the moment, Sweden is ranked second in Group F of the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers, with four wins, two draws and one loss. Their only loss during this run was handed to them by Spain, who won the corresponding fixture with an emphatic 3-0 score.

Spain is the top team in this group with 19 points, and it would take a disaster to see La Roja missing out on the continental competition next year. La Roja claimed 10 points out of 12 in their last four away games, but what should really worry coach Moreno is the fact that they have not been able to keep a clean sheet in any of their last three games on the road.

Sweden vs Spain - Head to head

  • This will be the 14th game between these teams, including competitive fixtures and friendly games.

  • Spain has claimed seven wins against Sweden.

  • Sweden has been able to beat Spain three times.

  • Spain enters this clash on a three-game winning streak against Sweden.

  • Sweden's last win against Spain took place in the 2008 UEFA Euro Qualifiers. That game ended with a 2-0 score with the Blagult as hosts.

Norway vs Spain - Who's in and who's out?

The Swedish side does not report injuries or suspensions prior to this game, which means that Janne Andersson will have a full squad to choose from when they face La Roja. The most notable absences for the Blagult are midfielders Jimmy Durmaz and Viktor Claesson, who were not called up for this international break.

Spain's coach Robert Moreno will not have some top-notch names around for this game, as he decided to leave Isco, Dani Parejo, Sergi Roberto and Paco Alcácer out of the squad. Furthermore, captain Sergio Ramos will have to serve a one-match ban after picking up one more yellow card in the draw against Norway, which will force La Roja's coach to change his backline.

Broadcast info - Sweden vs Spain

In Sweden: C More Football, C More Play.

In Spain: TVE La 1, fuboTV España.

In the U.K.: Sky Sports Premier League, SKY GO Extra.

In France: L'Equipe Web, L'Equipe.

In Germany: DAZN.

In the U.S.: TUDN USA, ESPNEWS, UniMás, Univision NOW, TUDN en Vivo.

In Canada: TSN4, TSN GO.

In Mexico: Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Sky HD.

Sweden vs Spain Broadcast Information

Kick-off time: Tuesday 15 October 2:45pm ET / 7:45pm BST / 8:45pm CET
Stadium: Friends Arena (Solna)
Australia: Optus Sport
Canada: TSN4, TSN GO
France: L'Equipe, L'Equipe Web
Germany: DAZN
India: Sony LIV
Indonesia: Mola TV
Malaysia: Astro SuperSport 2, Astro Go
Netherlands: Ziggo Sport Voetbal
Nigeria: StarTimes App, SuperSport 3 Africa, SL2G, Startimes World Football, DStv Now
Portugal: Sport TV LIVE, Sport TV1
Spain: fuboTV España, TVE La 1
Sweden: C More Fotball, C More Play
United Kingdom: SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Go UK
United States: Univision NOW, TUDN USA, ESPN App, UniMás, fuboTV, ESPNEWS, TUDN en Vivo

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