- Date: Tuesday, June 25
- Time: 12:30am
- Location: Parc des Princes, Paris.
- TV channel: Fox and SonyLiv
- Fridolina Rolfo will be coming back in the starting lineup for this game.
- Everybody is available for the team.
- Hedvig Lindahl will be the goalkeeper for Sweden Women.
- Jayde Riviere might come back in the starting XI for this fixture.
- Nobody is missing for Canada Women.
- Stephanie Labbe will be the safety net for the backline.
Sweden Women v CanadaWomen Lineup:
Lindahl (GK), Glas, Fischer, Sembrant, Ericsson, Rubensson, Seger, Rolfo, Asllani, Jakobsson, Blackstenius
Labbe (GK), Schmidt, Buchanan, Zadorsky, Riviere, Fleming, Scott, Lawrence, Beckie, Prince, Sinclair
Sweden: A humbling loss to the United States means this team has to hit the reset button. Sweden was pretty good in other matches but continues to show defensive flaws after entering the cup with that unit as a strong point. Against Canada, Sweden expects to win but there has to be more creativity up the middle in attack when going down the wing isn’t working. Expect quicker, shorter passes to try and break down this defense.
Canada: This team has competed well and will be a tough out. The defense has been one of the best in the tournament and has the strength and agility to give Sweden problems. Expect Canada to play a bit reserved at times, trying to limit the mistakes that cost them against the Netherlands.
Top Goal Scorers: Asllani, Janogy, Sembrant, Rodolfo, Hurtig, Rubensson
Top Assists: Asllani, Ericsson, Rubensson, Anvegard
Top Goal Scorers: Buchanan, Fleming, Prince, Sinclair
Top Assists: Beckie, Prince, Lawrence
X-Factor Star: Caroline Seger (Defensive Midfielder)
X-Factor Star: Janine Beckie (Winger)
Head to Head Record:
SWE 0-1 CN
CN 2-2 SWE
SWE 2-1 CN
CN 1-2 SWE
Stats & Facts :
SWE-W vs CN-W recent form (Last six matches)
Sweden Women – L W W W W W
Canada Women – L W W L W D
SWE-W vs CN-W Head to head
Sweden Women Won – 2
Canada Women Won – 1
Drawn – 2
Sweden vs Canada Prediction
Both sides have been scoring with some consistency but we expect each of them to exercise caution, this being a knockout game. Here we predict a draw.
Pick: Sweden (w)