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Mexico vs Sweden - How to watch Group F's crucial clash

June 26, 2018 By Oscar Rojas
El Tri only needs one point to make it to the next round, but a tough Swedish side could eliminate them from the competition.

Mexico and Suecia lock horns with one of the tickets to the next round at stake. Surprisingly, Mexico is the only team to have won their two previous games not to be qualified, given the competitive nature of every team involved in Group F. Sweden could oust them from the competition if they beat them by a two-goal margin, and each team will have to be careful if they want to increase their chances of success.

Mexico could use a draw to end their worries. Coach Juan Carlos Osorio has admitted that his side will go out there with nothing but victory on their mind, as El Tri has never won their three Group Stage games in any World Cup. After beating Germany and South Korea, Chicharito and Co. will try to keep setting records for the Mexican National Team, and beating the European side will surely be enough to keep the party going.

The Swedish side dropped the ball last Saturday, as they conceded a late goal that complicated things for everyone in the group. If they want to be sure of their chances, Janne Andersson's men need a win against El Tri, but that may not be as easy as it looks, considering the way in which they lost their lead against Germany.

Standings - Group F

Match facts - Mexico vs Sweden

  • Sweden defeated Mexico in their only previous World Cup match. That game took place in the 1958 tournament, and the then hosts blasted Mexico with a 3-0 score. 

  • The most recent game between Sweden and Mexico took place in 2009. That friendly match ended with a 1-0 win for Sweden. 

  • Sweden and Mexico have played nine games against each other. The Blagult have won four of those, with two wins for Mexico and three draws. 

  • Mexico has made it to six straight KO stages in the FIFA World Cup. Only Germany and Brazil have accomplished such a feat in recent history.

Absences

Mexico: Injuries - none. Suspensions - none.

Suecia: Injuries - none. Suspensions - none.

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