Match Preview: Sweden 1-1 Spain (Euro – Qualification) on October 15, 2019 | Free Betting Tips

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Euro – Qualification – Round 8
EVENT: Sweden – Spain
TIPS: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.33@1xbet | Result: 1:1 WIN!!!

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Match Preview

The reverse fixture of this clash between the two highest-ranked nations in Group F was not as closely matched as some might have expected, as Sweden (FIFA rank: #18) conceded three goals in the final half-hour after a goalless first half (#7).
Interestingly, Sweden have not fared well across their last seven competitive clashes against opposition ranked in the top ten by FIFA (W1, L6). Notably, five of those seven games were settled by just a single-goal margin, though four of the defeats saw them concede at least twice.
Spain boss Robert Moreno failed to guide his team to victory for the first time during his tenure, as they drew 1-1 with Norway last time out (W5, D1 – including caretaker games). However, Spain have won by at least a two-goal margin in all but one of the fixtures that he’s been in charge, and they have scored in both halves in all but one of the away games.
Spain have not lost a World Cup or EURO qualifying away game since the opening match of EURO 2016 qualifying (2-1 vs Slovakia). Since then, eight of their 11 away qualifying victories have come ‘to nil’ (W11, D2), though only five saw at least a two-goal margin (45.45%).
Players to watch: Swedish veteran Seb Larsson scored twice from the penalty spot last time out, and has four goals across his last six games for club and country.
Spain’s top scorer this campaign, Sergio Ramos (four goals), has scored in three of their last five ECQ games, including a penalty in the reverse.
Stat attack: Six of Sweden’s seven ECQ fixtures have produced over 2.5 goals (3.57 per match average).
Sweden are yet to see a goalless first-half at home this ECQ campaign (HT: W2, L1).
Both teams have scored in five of Spain’s last six competitive away games.