The visitors arrive hoping for a test to set them in good stead for their Qatar 2022 campaign at the end of the year
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The 2022-23 UEFA Nations League continues on Thursday, with Sweden and Serbia meeting in a Group B4 contest.
Watch Sweden vs Serbia on fuboTV (try for free)
This will be the third meeting all-time between these two sides. Both previous meeting were friendlies, with Serbia winning 2-0 in 2009 and Sweden winning 2-1 in 2012.
Ahead of the game, GOAL has the details of how to watch on TV, stream online, team news and more.
|Games||Sweden vs Serbia|
|Date||June 9, 2022|
|Times||2:45 pm ET, 11:45 am PT|
|Stream||10 SPORTS (try for free)|
TV channel, live stream & how to watch
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|U.S. TV channel||Online stream|
|Fubo Sports Network 2||DAZN (try for free)|
Team news & rosters
|Goalkeepers||Olsen, Linde, Rinne|
|Defenders||Krafth, Ekdal, Nilsson, Andersson, Augustinsson, Papagiannopoulos, Kurtulus, Gudmundsson, Sundgren|
|Midfielders||Claesson, Cajuste, Forsberg, Karlström, Elanga, Svanberg, Olsson, Kulusevski|
|Forwards||Isak, Hrgota, Gyökeres, Quaison, Nyman|
Through two matches, Sweden sits third in the group standings, behind Norway and Serbia.
It comes into Thursday’s match fresh off of a 2-1 loss to Norway. An Anthony Elanga goal in stoppage time got Sweden on the board. Overall, Sweden held the ball for 66% of the match and took one more shot than Norway, but the Norweigian side had an 8-3 advantage in shots on target.
Before that, Sweden defeated Slovenia 2-0. Overall, the Swedes have lost two of their last three matches and four of their last six.
Predicted Sweden starting XI: Krafth, Milosevic, Nilsson, Augustinsson, Svanberg, Cajuste, Forsberg, Kulusevski, Isak, Claesson; Olsen
|Goalkeepers||Rajković, Dmitrović, V. Milinković-Savić, M. Ilić|
|Defenders||Milenković, Nastasić, S. Mitrović, Mladenović, Pavlović, Veljković, Ristić, Terzić, Mašović, Eraković|
|Midfielders||Tadić, Gudelj, Kostić, Maksimović, Đuričić, Radonjić, S. Milinković-Savić, Lukić, Živković, Lazović, Grujić, Račić, I. Ilić|
|Forwards||A. Mitrović, Jović, Jovanović|
Serbia sits second in the group standings right now and is coming off of a big 4-1 victory over Slovenia. Four different Serbian players scored goals in the match, with the team taking 17 shots overall, with seven of those being on target. Slovenia had just seven total shot attempts.
With the win, the team now had one win and one loss in this tournament, as it opened play with a loss to Norway.