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Mexico vs Sweden FIFA WC 2018; Predictions, Line-Ups and Venue

Mexico vs Sweden FIFA WC 2018; Predictions, Line-Ups and Venue
Written by Abhishek Lohia

In the 21st edition of FIFA World Cup 2018, Today Mexico will face Sweden in Group-F knockout match. Both teams will face-off each other in the Ekaterinburg Arena. Sweden’s intention will be to enter in the round of 16 after a long interval of 12 years. Sweden’s win could open up a complicated Group F scenario. Sweden won by 1-0 in their first match against South Korea, while Germany defeated them 2-1 in the second group match. Germany got three points with Sweden, but they are in second place. Germany defeated Mexico 1-0 in the first match, while in the second match, they won 2-1 on Sweden. In this case, Sweden and Germany are aboard a single boat. The result of this game could be seen as a knockout match for the duo.

If both teams are equal on the points basis and goals after their last group matches, then the winner of the match between Germany and Sweden will take part in the final-16 round. Sweden will be out of the World Cup despite the best effort. Therefore, not only he has to score goals against Mexico in that match but also stops him to score a single goal.

Sweden’s defense was good in the last game against South Korea and they had also given a tough call to the current champion Germany in the second group match.

Mexico’s aim will be to beat Sweden in this match and stay on top with nine points at the league matches. Although he has already entered the final-16 round, but will not face any kind of negligence in the match against Sweden. Mexico has not lost a single match and it is clear that breaking its defense is not going to easy for Sweden.

Mexico Team Report

Goalkeeper: José Corona, Alfredo Talvera, GuillaMiro Ochoa Defender: Hugho Ayala, Carlos Salcedo, Raphael Mcquez, Hector Moreno, Hector Herrera, Edson Alvarez, Midfielder: Eric Gervierrez, Jonathan Dos Santos, Miguel Lion, Giovanni Dos Santos, Jesse Corona, Andrés Guaradado, Javier Aquino, Jesse Gallandre Forward: Marco Fabian, Raúl Jiménez, Carlos Vella, Xavier Hanradez, Oribe Peralta and Hiervig Lojano

Sweden Team Report

Goalkeeper: Robin Olsen, Colle Johan Johnson, Christopher Normald Defender: Mikael Lustig, Victor Lintelof, Andres Granquest, Martin Olson, Ludwig Augiganston, Philip Helander, Emil Krupth, Pontus Johnson Midfielder: Sebastian Larsen, Albin Acadl, Emil Forsberg, Gustav Svensson, Oscar Hiljeck, Victor Klassen, Marcus Rohdeen, Jimmy Durmaj Forward: Marcus Berg, John Gavidetti, Ola Toovannen and Kesece Thalin

About the author

Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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