Match Time:6/11/2019 02:45 Tuesday(GMT+8)
Spain: Is still without a point loss ( Recent Form: L W W W W )
Spain is still clear after three rounds in the European Championship qualification, but in its duels against Norway (2-1), Malta (0-2), and the Faroe Islands (1-4), they are not exactly in control the roof. National coach Luis Enrique will hope that his players will show what they can do against a more appealing opponent like Sweden. We all know that Spain can play football, but the country has to be careful that a certain laxity does not creep into the team again. In the Nations League, La Roja left a certain seeming place in the semifinals by losing the last two group matches. Luis Enrique is cautiously building a new team, but if Monday is not won from Sweden, he can expect a load of criticism. In particular, the vanguard does not yet do what it has to do, because Alvaro Morata really did not hit a ball against the Faroe Islands. No less than three of the four Spanish hits came in the name of a defender.
Sweden: Does well ( Recent Form: L D W D W )
Sweden was one of the revelations of last year's World Cup. The Scandinavians managed to qualify for the knockout phase at the expense of Germany, and ultimately did not have to give up against England in the quarter-finals. However, Sweden then went through a post-World Cup depression, but national coach Janne Andersson turned the tide and managed to force promotion to League A at the expense of Russia and Turkey in the Nations League. Sweden is also doing well in the European Championship qualification, as with seven points from three games the country is on track for direct qualification. All in all, we can conclude that Sweden can manage quite well without Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Viktor Claesson and Robin Quaison in particular were in good shape on behalf of the blue gels, because both players were good for a goal in the last three international matches. The other side of the coin is that Andersson is very dependent on this duo, since they accounted for no fewer than six of the last eight Swedish hits.
THE BETTING VERDICT:
After all, Spain is still showing an impressive face when winning all 3 first matches. With 9 points, the coach and coach Luis Enrique will lead the Group F EURO 2020 qualifier. Tonight, the "bull" will welcome the direct competitor first place is Sweden. Of course, the team "land of bulls" can completely defeat the opponent easily. Saying so, Spain wins at the two closest touches with Sweden. Notably, both matches appear at least 3 times more vibrating nets. In addition, the two teams' public goods are still playing extremely well when they all have 8 goals after 3 rounds.
Spain VS Sweden
O/U Pick: Over 2.5 Goals