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Netherlands vs Sweden, 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-final – Preview, Prediction, Points Table, Probable XI and Match Details

Netherlands and Sweden meet on Wednesday night in a semi-final of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup with a compartment in the finals on the line at Stade des Lumières in Lyon. The Netherlands vs Sweden kickoff is set for 3 p.m. ET.

The Swedes are planning to progress to the finals for the second time, while the Dutch go for their first ever excursion. At the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019, both have been amazing.

The Netherlands produced an amazing presentation to overcome Italy and advancement to the semi-finals of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup which is the first time when they have ever achieved this stage of the challenge.

Italy had been hard to score against all through the competition and once again made things hard for the Netherlands as they again hit late with two goals in the final 20 minutes from Vivianne Miedema and Stefanie van der Gragt demonstrating to be the difference.

There are once against expected to be no changes to the side chosen by the European champions as they hope to achieve another significant final with their winning run in major competition matches extending to 11 games following the success over Italy.

Sweden created a stun as they defeated two-time champions Germany in their Women’s World Cup quarter-final conflict as they originated from a goal behind to claim a significant triumph.

The Germans led the pack in the 16th minute however were soon pegged back by the Swedes when Sofia Jakobsson scored a splendid solo exertion before Stina Blackstenius edged her side ahead soon after the break which was sufficient to seal the success.

Sweden are probably going to need to douse up pressure as they did against Germany with the Netherlands set to see significantly more of the ball however may need to do as such without Nilla Fischer who needed to come off with a knock against Germany.

2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup – Points Table | Netherlands vs Sweden

GroupTeamMPWDLGFGA+/-FPPPTS
ENetherlands3300624-2.09
FSweden 3201734-2.0 6

Netherlands vs Sweden Match Prediction

Netherlands achieved their first since forever semi-final of a Women’s World Cup in simply their second competition when defeating Italy in their quarter-final conflict and now stand only two games from adding to their European Championship. Sweden remain in their manner and won’t be simple opposition after they knocked out two-time champions Germany. The Swedes will be entrusted with a comparative issue in this game with the Netherlands likely to dominate proceedings with the ball and while they will take certainty from the success over the Germans, the Netherlands can proceed with their wonderful run at major competitions and make it 12 sequential successes.

Here’s how individuals can watch the Netherlands vs Sweden match and what to know:

When is Netherlands vs Sweden happening?

The Netherlands vs Sweden match will happen on Wednesday 3rd July 2019 – 20:00 (UK).

Where is Netherlands vs Sweden happening?

The Netherlands vs Sweden match will be played at Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Décines-Charpieu in France.

What TV channel is Netherlands vs Sweden on?

Individuals can watch the match live on BBC Four. All Women’s World Cup matches are on Fubo TV. Through Fox Sports 1 and NBC Universo.

BBC One will be showing the game live with coverage starting at 19.30 (UK).

Where can individuals stream Netherlands vs Sweden?

UK customers can stream this match through BBC iPlayer, US customers can stream this match through NBC Sports Live Extra. In America, individuals can watch Netherlands vs Sweden live streaming on fuboTV. The match also broadcast via Fox Sports Go.

Where can individuals get tickets for Netherlands vs Sweden?

https://www.fifa.com/womensworldcup/affiliation/ticketing/

Netherlands vs Sweden Probable XI

Netherlands XI: Van Veenendaal; Van Lunteren, Van der Gragt, Janssen, Van Dongen; Groenen, Spitse, Van de Donk; Van de Sande, Miedema, Martens

Sweden XI: Lindahl; Glas, Fischer, Sembrant, Ericsson; Rubensson, Seger; Jakobsson, Asllani, Hurtig; Blackstenius

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