Spain will welcome Sweden to Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on Monday for their game of the 4th round in the Euro 2020 qualifiers. The two sides are top of group F after 3 games played, with La Roja having two points lead over their next opponents and both teams having scored eight goals so far.
Spain vs Sweden Head to Head
|Head to Head||Last game||Last games||Last games home/away|
|Spain||Win||3 W/ 1 D/ 2 L||2 W/ 0 D/ 0 L|
|Sweden||Loss||2 W/ 1 D/ 3 L||0 W/ 0 D/ 2 L|
Last game between the nations: 14.06.2008 Sweden – Spain 1:2; Zlatan Ibrahimovic 34′; Fernando Torres 15′, David Villa 90′
Last game on Spanish soil: 17.11.2007 Spain – Sweden 3:0; Joan Capdevila 14′, Andres Iniesta 39′, Sergio Ramos 65′
WorthA mentioning: The two nations have not met in the past ten years, with the last encounter dating back to 2008, when Spain won their visit to Stockholm and that is the only case when some of the away sides managed to score more than a goal. In total half of the six H2H matches the history remembers featured over 2,5 goals and the same number of game witnessed goals at both ends. Sweden will be looking to score their first goal on Spanish soil when they visit Santiago Bernabeu on Monday.
Spain vs Sweden Stats
|As of 09.06||Last game||Last games||Last games home/away|
|Spain||Win||7 W/ 1 D/ 2 L||3 W/ 1 D/ 1 L|
|Sweden||Win||4 W/ 4 D/ 2 L||1 W/ 2 D/ 2 L|
Last game Spain: 07.06.2019 Faroe Islands – Spain 1:4; Sergio Ramos 6′, Jesus Navas 19′, Teitur Gestsson 34′ (own goal), Jose Gaya 71′
Next game Spain: 05.09.2019 Romania – Spain
Last game Sweden: 07.06.2019 Sweden – Malta 3:0; Robin Quaison 2′, Viktor Claesson 50′, Alexander Isak 81′
Next game Sweden: 05.09.2019 Faroe Islands – Sweden
|Last 10 games||GF:GA||Over 2,5 goals||BTTS||Clean sheets|
Worth mentioning: After their elimination from UEFA Nations League, the Spanirads recorded four straight victories, but did not impress with their style of play. After their recent victory over Faroe Islands, Sergio Ramos became the player with most victories for any national side with 122, after surpassing his ex-teammate Iker Casillas. Three of the last four La Roja home matches produced over 2,5 goals and saw the hosts keep two clean sheets in the process.
The Swedes lost just one of their previous nine outings and are currently unbeaten in four. All of those four matches featured over 2,5 goals and only the recent trashing saw Sweden keep a clean sheet, as each of the other three witnessed goals at both ends.
Spain vs Sweden News
Missing players Spain: No reports of injuries or suspensions.
Missing players Sweden: No reports of injuries or suspensions.
Spain vs Sweden Predictions
Spain to win & under 2,5 goals – 3.00 @ bet365