Spain vs. Sweden
Spain enjoy home advantage when they welcome Sweden to their home ground in Sevilla during group e's second game on Monday evening. Both teams enter in impressive form and will most likely be the biggest contenders for the groups number one spot.
Luis Enrique's men are unbeaten in their last eight games, of which they won four and drew four. The four draws may sound slightly disappointing but given that two of the draws came against Portugal and the Netherlands, and one of the wins was a 6-0 demolition of Germany, the outlook brightens.
The Spaniard's have a ridiculous amount of talent in their ranks, in theory, enough to get them to the final but things have not exactly gone to plan during their last couple of tournaments. Unluckily for Spain, a minor covid-outbreak infected captain Sergio Busquets as well as Leed's defender Marcos Llorente, two important pieces of coach Enriques puzzle.
During their most recent warmup game against Portugal, Spain looked like the real deal. If Morata stops misplacing his scoring boots, Spain could be in for a great summer.
The Swede's have gained a reputation for being a collective that is hard to beat, whilst being dangerous on the break and through the middle. Somewhat recent exploits include knocking Italy out of the deciding qualifier to the 2018 World cup and following that up with an incredibly impressive run all the way to the quarter-finals.
Janne Andersson's men travel to Seville off the back of a five game winning streak meaning morale and belief will be high, factors that should never be ruled out. Prior to that run, the Swede's lost to France in a thrilling 4-2 game, but managed to beat Croatia with 2-1 proving that Sweden can compete with the absolute best.
Losing Juventus starlet Dejan Kulusevski due to Covid is definitely a rather big blow to their offensive capability but other than that, Sweden boast a strong squad and will be aiming for that top spot.
Spain are, on paper, without a doubt the better side but as seen in the pairs draw back in 2019, Sweden are no pushovers. However, with that said, i believe the best way to go is Spain or draw & over 2.5 goals at 2.25 with Betway.
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