In an international friendly match, Portugal will host Sweden at the Estadio de Maritimo this Tuesday, March 28, 2017 (11:45 AM Pacific). The match will be between two great teams and will be in an interesting setting at the Estadio de Maritimo which only fits 10,932 spectators.
Portugal is coming from a convincing 3-0 win over Hungary with a goal from Andre Silva and two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo in that match. The match was part of the UEFA World Cup qualifiers, where Portugal is excelling, currently in second place in Group B of the competition. Fernando Santos does count with a very strong squad with some of the standouts being the younger players like Renato Sanches, Andre Silva and Bernardo Silva. Cristiano Ronaldo is the main figure on the team but he may not feature in this game as it is not necessary to start him. Portugal has a young and talented core that should be able to provide an entertaining match.
Sweden is also coming from a positive result in the qualifiers beating Belarus 4-0 at home. The Blue-Yellow is also having a successful campaign in the World Cup qualifying stage like Portugal, currently in second place in Group A of the competition. A new figure has emerged on the team in RB Leipzig’s, Emil Forsberg who scored two goals in the victory against Belarus.
Forsberg has had a marvelous Bundesliga campaign with seven goals and 10 assists and should be one of the main players to look out for in this game. The match should be an interesting duel with plenty of goals to offer with both teams having strong offenses and should be one to watch this Tuesday.
How to Watch Portugal vs Sweden
The Portugal vs Sweden match will be broadcast this Tuesday, March 28 at 11:45 AM Pacific:
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