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Where to watch Sweden vs Switzerland on July 3, 2018

July 2, 2018 By Michelle Bonsu
Sweden and Switzerland will battle for a spot in the quarter-finals as they lock horns on Tuesday, July 3rd. LiveSoccerTV.com provides info to catch Sweden vs. Switzerland.

Broadcast info

Who's playing: Two unfancied sides - Sweden and Switzerland - will be battling for a spot in the quarter-finals as they lock horns in an-all European clash on Tuesday.

What time: Tuesday, July 3rd at 07:00 PST/10:00 EST/15:00 BST/16:00 CET

What stadium: This game will be played at the Saint Petersburg Stadium. Also known as the Krestovsky Stadium, which seats up to 64.468 fans for the World Cup.

Which channel:

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Sweden 1 - 0 Switzerland

July 3, 2018 10:00amSaint-Petersburg Stadium (Sankt-Peterburg (St. Petersburg))

This match has ended. Below are the original Live broadcast details for this match.

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Match Facts & Stats

  • Xherdan Shaqiri is the only Swiss player to have scored in the knockout stages of a major tournament (vs Poland in 2016) since Switzerland made it to the quarter-finals at the 1954 World Cup
  • This will be Sweden's 50th game at the World Cup (but they still have yet to win it)
  • They are the 11th team to reach this notable milestone
  • Only Mexico have played in more games without ever lifting the title

Preview

Much of the focus has been on this tournament's "bigger" sides such as Germany, Argentina, Portugal, and Spain and their struggles to make any inroads. All four have been eliminated, with die Mannschaft being the latest of the "Champions Curse" while Spain were shocked by Russia in this competition's biggest upset. Meanwhile, another tournament favorite - Brazil - had their difficulties in the group stage, but managed to defeat Mexico 2-0, while Belgium were nearly dumped out by Japan only to salvage a 3-2 win.

Meanwhile, it's been the tournament of the "smaller" teams. Croatia has been arguably one of the biggest surprises of this competition, but Sweden has also made major waves. The Blågult managed to top a group that included Germany, Mexico and South Korea, thus avoiding Brazil and setting up a tie against Switzerland thanks to a stunning 3-0 demolition of Mexico. As for La Nati, they secured a 1-1 draw with Brazil, followed by a come from behind 2-1 win over Serbia, followed by a two-all stalemate with an already eliminated Costa Rica to book their spot in the round of 16.

This game certainly hasn't gotten the kind of buzz other round of 16 ties have, but by the time the dust settles, one of these two will be on to the quarter-finals. Will it be Sweden, who have quietly and diligently gone about their business without much fuss? Or will it be Switzerland, who have been solid, but not spectacular - yet got through their group stage campaign sans a loss?

 

 

 


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