Sweden-Switzerland Women’s European Cup preview: where to watch, start time, scheduled line-up

Sweden meets Switzerland at Bramall Lane for the 2022 FIFA Women’s European Championship Group C on Wednesday, July 13th.

Where do you watch the Sweden-Switzerland match on TV

Fans can find their local broadcast partners of UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 here.

what do you want to know?

Sweden will be a strong favourite against a Swiss side that has yet to score in seven attempts in 2022. But with the anticipation comes the pressure: can Blågult shake off the limitations they faced in their first cautious draw against the Dutch champions? They will certainly have to be wary of Switzerland’s quick start after Nielsen’s side took a 2-0 lead in five minutes against Portugal on Saturday before falling behind, a real effect on their hopes.

Possible starting combinations

Highlights of the Women’s European Championship: Netherlands 1-1 Sweden

Sweden: Lindale. Anderson, Erickson; Elistist, Glass; Seeger, Aslani, Engeldahl; Rulfo, Blackstenius, Rating Canried

Swiss: Thalman. Maritz, Calligaris; Buehler, Renast; which, Maudie; Crnogorcevic, Sow, Reuteler, Bachmann
You miss the next match if it is booked.: Isiosa Aigbogon, Viola Calligaris, Geraldine Rutler

Journalists’ opinions

Alexandra Johnson, Swedish journalist

After the draw with the Netherlands, there is a lot of pressure on Sweden to not only win but also to make a statement against Switzerland. After all, they did not hesitate to express their intention to win this tournament. Stina Blackstenius must be ready to play from the start, to secure more offensive threats to Switzerland. Sweden will also be looking to build on their set-piece strength, having struggled to turn things around against the Dutch.

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Judith Tufensamer, Swiss journalist

Summary: Portugal 2-2 Switzerland

The disappointment surrounding the draw against Portugal is palpable, especially as Switzerland initially led with two goals after a great start. Against Sweden, Nati now faces a much stronger opponent and will have to find a way to eliminate their possession weaknesses if they are to refute their underdog position. However, with Sweden’s opening game ending in a draw, both teams are under pressure and Switzerland must feel there is still something to play for in the group.

Model Guide

Moment of the day: Mawhiba Aslani prepares for Sweden’s opening match

Sweden
The last six matches: DWWDW (newest first)
last match: Netherlands 1-1 Sweden, 07/09
Women’s Euro 2017Quarter-finals (W2-2 vs Holland)

Swiss
The last six matches: DLLLDL (newest first)
last match: Portugal 2-2 Switzerland, 07/09
Women’s Euro 2017: 3rd in Group C (V1 E1 L1)

View from the camps

Switzerland coach Nils Nielsen“Sweden are a good team in all respects and you only have one chance to beat them and that is to give them everything you have regardless of the players you have on the pitch. We have to do our best and really try to see if we can surprise them in any way. If we can. From scoring a goal. For that to happen, we have to be aggressive and get close to their goal, otherwise it will never happen.”

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