They will have a decisive duel in today’s qualifying match against Qatar 2022
Madrid.- Spain will take on Sweden in Seville today. The winner will get tickets to the 2022 World Cup.
Spain will need to draw to take first place in Group A and qualify for the World Cup. Sweden, second in the rankings, must win at La Kathu Stadium if they want to beat their home team.
Both teams are just one point behind after seven encounters in the same group.
Spain has done worse in recent meetings with Sweden than Spain. They held Spain to zero points in the European Championships group tie. In September, Jan Andersson’s group defeated Spain 2-1 in knockout.
The Qatar Championship is only open to the winner of each group. The playoffs will be contested by the second-placed group winner. Two UEFA group champions and the remainder of the group winners will decide who gets the remaining three tickets.
On those two occasions, there was no Zlatan Ibrahimovic in Sweden. Anderson declined to confirm whether Ibrahimovic would be starting, but the star at 40 will continue with the team.
“I’m blessed with very talented offensive players.” Anderson stated that Zlatan, Dejan Kulusevsky, Anderson, and Christopher Olsen are all good offensive players.
The captain of Portugal’s insatiable national team hopes to guide his team to the 2022 World Cup Qatar. For this, they will have to defeat Serbia in Lisbon on day three of the European ranking.
Cristiano Ronaldo, the hope for the Lusitania
This duel is important for CR7 as it is only two goals away the professional and official goals.
They are unbeaten and have been fighting since the beginning to be in first place. Portugal came in first place with a higher goal difference, scoring 17 points.
Portugal will be forced to enter the playoffs if they lose the decisive match against the Balkans.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored four goals in 2013 to defeat Ibrahimovic’s Swedish team. He also led the team to Brazil’s 2014 World Cup.
CR7 would like to be part of this elite club. These clubs’ players have played in five World Cups, and they are eager to take the team with them to the next World Cup.