The Estonia national team will face the Sweden national team in 5e ronde of the Euro 2024 Qualifiers on Saturday, September 09, 2023. Live streaming of Estonia vs Sweden, preview, lineup predictions, and how to watch the match live broadcast, can be watched in this article.
Estonia will host Sweden at the A. Le Coq Arena Stadium on Saturday (9/9) morning in the EURO 2024 qualifying group F match. This is a life and death battle for both teams who both need a win to maintain their hopes of qualifying for the finals.
Estonia have surprised many with their impressive performance in the UEFA Nations League, where they managed to promote to League C next season. However, in qualifying for EURO 2024, they face a much tougher challenge, with the chances of pulling off a surprise and getting a ticket to Germany next summer almost non-existent.
Thomas Haberli’s side have endured disappointing results in their first three games, picking up just one point from a 1-1 draw against Azerbaijan. They lost 1-2 to Austria and 1-3 to Belgium, the two teams considered to be the favorites in this group. With one point from three games, Estonia are second from bottom in the standings, ahead of only Azerbaijan on goal difference.
Sweden, on the other hand, suffered a similar fate to Estonia, picking up just three points from three matches. Janne Andersson’s team lost 0-3 to Belgium and 0-2 to Austria, the two teams who are their main rivals in the hunt for tickets to EURO 2024. Their only victory was when they crushed Azerbaijan 5-0, showing their offensive strength .
The Swedish team is currently in third place in group F, seven points behind Austria who leads the standings and four points behind Belgium who is in second place. They know that if they don’t win against Estonia their dream of playing in Germany could be dashed. They should capitalize on their advantage over Estonia in head-to-head records, where they have won 15 of the last 18 meetings between the two teams.
In tonight’s match, Estonia will try to break this bad record and achieve their first win in qualifying for EURO 2024. They will rely on the experience of their captain, Konstantin Vassiljev, who has just turned 40 and is ready to make his 152nd appearance for the national team.
However, they will be missing their mainstay striker, Rauno Sappinen, who has scored four goals in his last eight appearances.
The match between Estonia and Sweden will be a fierce and exciting battle, with both teams both aiming for three points. Who will emerge as the winner?
Live Stream & How To Watch
Estonia vs Sweden match at Le Coq Arena Stadium, Tallinn can be watched live streaming. Euro 2024 Qualifiers 2024 5e ronde match broadcast on FOX Sports App, Fox Sports 1, Foxsports.com, or VIX+ starting 12:00 ET.
|Match||Estonia vs. Sweden|
|Competition||Euro 2024 Qualifiers|
|Match day||5e ronde|
|Venue||Le Coq Arena Stadium, Tallinn|
|Date||Saturday, September 09, 2023|
|Official TV||FOX Sports App, Fox Sports 1, Foxsports.com, or VIX+|
|Streaming Link||FOX Sports App, Fox Sports 1, Foxsports.com, or VIX+|
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Interesting Statistics and Facts
|Estonia (3-5-2)||Sweden (4-4-2)|
5 H2H Latest Estonia – Sweden
- March 31, 2021 – Sweden [1 – 0] Estonia (Friendlies)
- January 08, 2018 – Sweden [1 – 1] Estonia (Non-FIFA Friendlies)
- January 06, 2016 – Sweden [1 – 1] Estonia (Friendlies)
- September 05, 2014 – Sweden [2 – 0] Estonia (Friendlies)
- October 11, 1997 – Sweden [1 – 0] Estonia (UEFA World Cup Qualifiers)
Estonia – Last 5 Match Results
- January 12, 2023 – Finland [0 – 1] Estonia (Friendlies)
- March 24, 2023 – Hungary [1 – 0] Estonia (Friendlies)
- March 28, 2023 – Austria [2 – 1] Estonia (Europa Conference League)
- June 17, 2023 – Azerbaijan [1 – 1] Estonia (Europa Conference League)
- June 21, 2023 – Estonia [0 – 3] Belgium (Europa Conference League)
Sweden – Last 5 Match Results
- January 13, 2023 – Sweden [2 – 1] Iceland (Friendlies)
- March 25, 2023 – Sweden [0 – 3] Belgium (Europa Conference League)
- March 28, 2023 – Sweden [5 – 0] Azerbaijan (Europa Conference League)
- June 17, 2023 – Sweden [4 – 1] New Zealand (Friendlies)
- June 21, 2023 – Austria [2 – 0] Sweden (Europa Conference League)