Sweden vs Ukraine Live: Euro 2020 live stream, TV channel, watch online, Team news, time
On Tuesday, the final round of 16 tie of Euro 2020 will be played in Glasgow, with Sweden and Ukraine facing off in what could be one of the most closely fought knockout matches yet. Janne Anderson's Swedish team won Group D with a thrilling late win over Poland, but they have not blown away any of their opponents so far in this tournament.
Meanwhile, Ukraine advanced to the round of 16 as one of the three best-performing teams, finishing third in their group with one win from games against the Netherlands, North Macedonia, and Austria. Here's how to watch the game and what you should know:
Date: Tuesday, June 29, 3 p.m. ET
Hampden Park is located in Glasgow, Scotland.
ESPN is on television.
fuboTV live stream (Try for free)
Sweden has a +145 chance of winning, the draw has a +200 chance, and Ukraine has a +220 chance (via William Hill sportsbook)
Sweden: Andriy Shevchenko appears to believe that Sweden's greatest success may come from dead balls, with Anderson's side blessed with strength and size across the XI but perhaps lacking the open play guile that will be required in the competition's latter stages.
"We have to be very careful at set-pieces because Sweden makes a lot of use of them," Ukraine's manager said at a pre-match press conference. "It will also be critical to winning second balls. There will be a lot of battling on the field, and we must, of course, be effective upfront."
Ukraine: Despite an impressive start to the tournament in defeat to the Dutch, Shevchenko will be concerned by how his team performed in the defeat to Austria, a match in which Ukraine created shooting chances worth only 0.3 expected goals. With the exception of Atalanta's Ruslan Malinovsky, this team appears to lack the creativity required to carve open teams; indeed, the No.8 completed half of the four passes made into the Austrian half.
They could face similar difficulties in breaking down the Swedish defense, which did a good job of limiting service to Robert Lewandowski for much of their 3-2 win over Poland.
This is unlikely to be a high-quality attacking game, but Alexander Isak, Emil Forsberg, and Dejan Kulusevski could provide the Swedes with the necessary cutting edge. Sweden vs. Ukraine 0