Best Odds for Sweden v England
By DAVE ANDERSON, 07/07/2018.
After winning their first ever penalty shoot-out at a World Cup, England now travel to the Samara Arena to take on Sweden on Saturday afternoon in the Quarter-Finals of Russia 2018.
Sweden v England: Best Odds
We've also highlighted the best odds that bookmakers offer for a Sweden win (H), a win for England (A), or a draw (D) below. Use the ALL ODDS tab to view more bookmakers odds.
Saturday 7th July
NB: Best odds for Sweden v England correct at the time this match preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: GMT 00:16 07/07/2018.
Sweden v England: Betting Offers
As well as the best odds, we've also compiled bookmakers betting offers and price boosts that you can claim when betting on England's World Cup Quarter-Final match against Sweden.
The Sweden v England match will be broadcast live on BBC1 at 3pm on Saturday afternoon.
England to go through: 5/1
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England to beat Sweden: 40/1
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Sweden v England: Preview
After a tense win over Colombia via penalties, England have succeeded in making it through to the World Cup Quarter-Finals, and now face Sweden this Saturday at the Samara Arena.
Gareth Southgate’s men secured their place in the Quarter-Finals of World Cup 2018 after a heart-stopping penalty shoot-out against a dogged Colombian team.
Sweden on the other hand managed a 1-0 win over Switzerland in 90 minutes, and have made it through to their first Quarter-Finals of of a World Cup in 24 years.
This is one of the most important games that England will have played in quite some time, and bookmakers offer them as favourites to win and take their spot in the Semi-Finals.
The match against Colombia proved to be one of the most tense games of World Cup 2018 so far, with England losing their 1-0 advantage in the last minutes of the match.
Luckily they managed to turn things around in the penalty shoot-out, which weas no mean feat having lost 6 of their 7 previous World Cup shoot-outs.
Hopefully this will give the team an extra confidence boost heading into the Sweden game.
Sweden had a slightly easier time reaching the Quarter-Finals with a 1-0 win over Switzerland in normal time. Although they've had a decent World Cup campaign so far, it will be a huge challenge for them to beat England.
It therefore won't be a surprise if Sweden v England ends in another draw on Saturday as there's no way either team won’t give it their all given that a place in the Semi-Finals is the reward.
The winner of this match will face either Russia or Croatia in the Semi-Finals, and if England can beat Sweden, there's absolutely no reason why they can’t make it to the Final.
Sweden v England: Stats
There have been a total of 24 fixtures involving both these teams with England just edging it in the stats having won on 8 occasions, drawing 9 times and losing a total of 7 fixtures.
Sweden may feel confident ahead of the match given the fact that they beat England 4-2 the last time they met back in 2012 in an International friendly with Zlatan Ibrahimović scoring all 4 goals!
England were managed by Roy Hodgson in that game and are now without a doubt the stronger of these two teams with Gareth Southgate now in charge of the squad.
England have actually played Sweden twice in World Cups, both times in the group stages. In 2002 they drew 1-1 in Group F with Sol Campbell scoring England's single goal.
In 2006 they drew yet again, but this time they were in Group B together with the match ending 2-2 with Enlgands goals coming from Joe Cole and Steven Gerrard.
Both teams' highest scoring victory against each other involved scoring 4 goals with England beating Sweden 4-2 in 1923, 4-0 in 1937 and 4-2 in 1947.
Sweden have only managed to score 4 goals against England on one occasion, beating them 4-2 in the last match between these two sides in an International friendly on November 14th 2012.
Looking at the last 6 games that Sweden have played, they've won 3, drawn 2, and lost 1 scoring a total of 6 goals (1 goal per game) and conceding just 2 goals in the process.
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England's record over the last 6 matches is won 4, drawn 1 and lost 1. They've scored more goals than Sweden, 13 in total (2.17 goals per game) but also conceded more goals, 5 in total.
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