September 27, 2022

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Sweden vs Serbia: Awaiting Fierce Matches for Second and Third Place

Friday 10 June 2022 at 01:45 WIB, the UEFA National League will involve a very exciting and interesting match. It is Sweden who will work with Serbia. This match is the third party in the group stage of Group 4B. These two teams will show off against each other at the Friends Arena Stadium.

Previously, these two teams had played the same two matches. Miraculously, these two teams both won one coffers of victory and one loss.

Duel of Death Ranks Two and Three

Currently, Serbia is sitting in the second standings. While the host in this match, Sweden, still resides in the third ladder. Both of these teams have won three temporary points.

So it is very clear, in order to widen the distance, both Sweden and Serbia will really crave victory. And indeed that was the only path that both teams had to take if they wanted to approach Norway or even shift it in first place.

Sweden Lose at Home, Serbia Party at Home

Sweden on June 6 last, embarrassed at home when they had to face the guest of honor, Norway with a score of 2:1 Erling Haaland was able to become a hero over Norway. The Manchester City player and former Borussia Dortmund player appeared slick by scoring two goals against Sweden.

Meanwhile, Sweden’s only goal scored by Red Devils player, Anthony Elanga in 90+2 minutes was unable to change the fate of his country from adversity.

Different fate with Serbia, Luka Jovic and his colleagues were able to tame the guest, Slovenia. Serbia is very partying goals. Because the goals they scored against Slovenia earlier, were four goals that made the Slovenian goal net dance. As a result, Serbia won 4:1.

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Waiting for Final Result

Sweden, which in the match will play at home, will certainly be a sting of enthusiasm and mental leapfrog. Playing in front of the public itself, will be very profitable for the team nicknamed this Blagult.

But Serbia, as second in line and a more promising line-up, came to Sweden not to give themselves up completely for Sweden to win. Obviously, a victory for Serbia will also count. Of course for the sake of maintaining his sacred ladder as the second rank.