Spain hosts Sweden in one of the most interesting games from the European qualifications
Spain hosts Sweden in one of the most interesting games from the European qualifications on Monday night. Let’s take a look at this fixture in our winning soccer predictions for today.
So far Spain are proving to be the big favourite in Group F, being ahead of everyone else with 9 points won from 3 games played. At this point Luis Enrique’s team is without a mistake in its performance – three wins from three games played.
After the wins against Norway and Malta, La Roja enjoyed another win. This time they visited the Faroe Islands and celebrated a comfortable 4-1 win. Sergio Ramos, Jesus Navas and Jose Gaya scored for the 2010 world champions, while Teitur Gestsson from the Faroe Islands scored himself an own goal. The only goal for the hosts in the game was scored by Klamint Olsen.
Spain are desperately trying to become a force in European and world football. Since their triumph at the Euro 2012, La Roja are unable to impress at a big competition. Everyone in the country is hoping that Luis Enrique is going to change this.
Meawhile Sweden are second in the group with 7 points won so far from three games played. After a win over Romania and a draw against Norway, the Scandinavians recorded their second win in the group against Malta.
It was an easy job against Malta at the Friends Arena. Robin Quaison opened the score for the Swedes, while Viktor Claesson and Alexander Isak made it 3-0.
These are our free soccer predictions for the European qualifier between Spain and Sweden from Group F on Monday night. Most surely this is going to be a pretty great spectacle to watch. The Spanish team could make a good step towards the first spot in the group, but Sweden are ready to do the same.