Sweden hosts the Faroe Islands

Sweden hosts the Faroe Islands at the Friends Arena in Solna in a game from the Euro 2020 qualifiers. Specially for this game we are going to provide you with our football forecast for today.

For Sweden this game has no meaning at all. The Blue and Yellow already know that they are going to finish second in Group F, no matter what. Just one round before the end of the campaign, the Swedish team is 5 points behind the group winner Spain and four points ahead of Romania and Norway.

Five wins, three draws and one draw – this is Sweden’s record since the start of the campaign. Their only defeat came during the visit to Spain. In their last five games Sweden enjoyed three wins and made two draws.

On Friday the Blue and Yellow had a visit to Romania in Bucurest, which they won with 2-0. Janne Andersson’s boys scored both of their goals before the halftime break. Marcus Berg opened the score after an assist from Emil Forsberg, while Robin Quaison doubled his team’s lead.

In the same time the Faroe Islands are 5th in the group with 3 points, being ahead of Malta because of better head-to-head stats. For them it’d be a nice performance if they manage to avoid finishing last in the group, because this is what usually happens.

On Friday the Faroe Islands had a visit to Norway in Oslo, which they lost with 0-4. At this moment they are the team with the biggest amount of conceded goals in the group – 27.

In our football forecast for today we can say that we have no doubts about Sweden winning this match. For the Scandinavians it’d be a good way to finish their successful campaign. The Faroe Islands will have a difficult time in Solna, just like it was in Oslo.