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The date of the match Sweden vs Poland today in Euro 2020

Sweden will face Poland at 6:00 pm today, Wednesday, at the “Gazerum Aina” stadium in Saint Petersburg, Russia, as part of the third and final round matches of the Group E competitions of the European Nations Cup “Euro 2020”, which is currently being held and continues until the eleventh of next July, with the participation of 24 teams and hosted by 11 different cities.

Sweden vs Poland


Sweden is at the top of Group E with 4 points, after clinching a point against Spain in the first round.

The Group E leaders will travel to Hampden Park in Glasgow, where they will meet one of the best third-placed teams, in Groups 1, 2, 3 or 4, on 29 June.

Sweden defender Michael Lustig, who spent seven years at Celtic, is looking forward to a return to the city.

Sweden vs Poland


Michael Lustig said: "Of course we will be supported by a large Swedish crowd there. There are a lot of Swedes living in Britain, and they will be able to attend the match, I have a lot of friends in Glasgow."

Striker Alexander Isak added a glimpse of skill to the Sweden front line, and Lustig is not surprised by the uproar the former created.

Lustig explained: "When he is at his speed, no one can stop him... He is one of the type of players you need in difficult times of matches, good at evading control and penetrating defenses."

Sweden vs Poland


Isak's partner in attack, Marcus Berg, faced criticism for the lack of goals.

On the other hand, Poland occupies the fourth and last place in the table of Group F with a single point, which was collected by a draw with Spain, after losing the first meeting against Slovakia 2-1.

 Sweden's Jan Andersson isn't one of those coaches who favors big changes to his starting line-up, and the 34-year-old is likely to get another chance, with Anderson favoring him over Robin Quaison.

Sweden vs Poland


After losing their first match against Slovakia 2-1, Poland got their campaign back on track, with a 1-1 draw with Spain, but they must beat Sweden to have any chance of reaching the knockout stages.

Robert Lewandowski scored Poland's goal against Spain, with a perfect header, and the Swedish central defenders, Victor Lindelof and Marcus Danielson, will have a daunting task to stop the dangerous Bayern Munich star in St. Petersburg