Sweden vs. Poland Live Euro 2020: TV channel, how to watch online, Team news, odds, time
Sweden and Poland meet in 2020 UEFA European Championship Group E on Wednesday, with the Poles needing a win and a draw potentially enough for the already qualified Swedes to win the group. Last time out, Robert Lewandowski helped his country earn a point against Spain, but they will need more this time.
Here's how to watch the game and what you need to know:
Wednesday, June 23rd | 12:00 p.m. ET
Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg, Russia
ESPN/Univision are the two major television networks in the United States.
fuboTV live stream (try for free)
Sweden: With one win and one draw, no goals conceded, and Alexander Isak attracting admiring glances from across Europe, the Swedes have had a solid start to the summer, and a win over Poland can turn it into a convincing group stage performance. A draw could be enough to finish first in the pool, and another clean sheet will make them formidable opponents in the knockout round.
Poland: While their draw against Spain was respectable, the Poles are attempting to repair the damage done by their opening loss to Slovakia, and only a victory will suffice if Poland is to advance. If Lewandowski can break through the Swedish defense, Paulo Sousa's men have a chance.
Prediction for Sweden vs. Poland
Sweden will obviously want to finish the group stage as strongly as possible, but Poland will be desperate for a result to advance. Poland needs to win, but we believe a draw is more likely.
1-1 draw between Sweden and Poland
History and outcomes of head-to-head (h2h) competitions
Sweden wins with 8
Poland wins 14