World Cup qualifiers: Spain vs Sweden live
The most intriguing World Cup qualifiers fixture for today is between Spain and Sweden at the Estadio Olimpico in Sevilla. German referee Felix Brych will officiate the game with kick-off scheduled to be 19:45 GMT.
Spain tops the UEFA World Cup qualifiers group B table with 16 points, just a point clear off their opponents. Spain have four win and and a defeat in their last five games. So far, Spain’s defensive record has been good, keeping three clean sheets in their last five games.
Sweden are second on the UEFA World Cup qualifiers group B table with 15 points. Sweden have been topping the group until they lost against Georgia. They currently have three wins and two defeats in their last five games.
Their fixture in September ended in a 2-1 win for Sweden. Overall, they have met four times; Sweden and Spain have a win each with the remaining two games ending in a draw.
This game is tough to predict considering their head-to-head. It could be a draw or a narrow win for either team. A clean sheet for either team is not guaranteed.
Spain XI: Simon; Azpilicueta, Laporte, Torres, Alba; Gavira, Busquets, Soler; Sarabia, de Tomas, Olmo
Sweden XI: Olsen; Augustinsson, Nilsson, Lindelof, Krafth; Forsberg, Ekdal, Olsson, Cloesson; Isak, Kulusevski