In a mouth-watering semi-final at Bramall Lane, England resume their quest for women’s Euro 2022 success this TUESDAY as they take on Sweden in the second half of the tournament.
The Lionesses were able to complete a heroic comeback against Spain in the last eight of the Euros thanks to Georgia Stanway’s extra-time strike.
Despite England being six minutes away from crashing out of the tournament, Sarina Wiegman’s team managed to come out on top, and it was a victory that have her go ‘a little crazy’.
However, Wiegman will be well aware of the importance of not getting too carried away, as he witnessed Sweden, the group winners, showing great resolve in scraping home a stoppage-time winner in their quarter-final against Belgium.
The Lionesses haven’t won against the Swedes since the second leg of 1984 final in which Sweden still went on to win the competition on penalties despite the fact that the Lionesses won the match.
What time is the kickoff for Women’s Euro 2022 England vs Sweden going to be?
There is going to be a toe-to-toe match between England and Sweden on Tuesday, July 26.
At 8 p.m. UK time, the match is scheduled to begin.
The semi-final will be held at Bramall Lane, the home of Sheffield United, and it has a capacity of around 32,000 spectators. It is the home stadium for Sheffield United.
As a result of their last meeting, Sweden snatched the bronze medal from the Lionesses in a 2019 Women’s World Cup hosted by Sweden.
Can I watch Women’s Euro 2022 England vs Sweden live on TV and if so, which TV channel is it on?
The England vs Sweden match will be broadcast LIVE in the UK on BBC One.
There will be pre-match coverage starting at 7:25 pm UK time, which is 35 minutes before the kick-off time.
How can I watch the Women’s Euro 2022 England vs Sweden match for free?
It is true that England vs Sweden will be FREE for all UK citizens who have a valid TV license and who live in the UK.
The fact that Sarina Wiegman’s side emerged unscathed from that grueling encounter with Spain must have been a great relief to her.
As a result, it is expected that the England boss will field the exact same eleven as last time out, with the chasing record-breaker Ellen White heading up the attack.
Peter Gerhardsson, the head coach of the Swedish team that snatched a win in stoppage time against Belgium on Tuesday, also made a number of changes to his team.
The Swedish manager, however, may be tempted to leave the likes of Linda Sembrant in the team since she scored the winning goal against the Netherlands.
90 minutes only
- England to win 4/5
- Draw 5/2
- Sweden to win 7/2
To qualify (incl ET and Pen)
- England to qualify 2/5
- Sweden to qualify 15/8