Australia vs Sweden is going to be the first semi-final match at Tokyo Olympics 2021 in the women’s football event, know about its prediction, betting odds and live stream
The bronze medalist of the 2016 Rio Olympics Sweden will try to aim for the Gold as they will face the Matildas in the first semifinal match. Sweden started their campaign brightly as they defeated World Champions USA in the opening match. Moreover, they are undefeated in the tournament and comfortably defeated Japan in the quarterfinals.
On the other hand, just won one match in the group stages and finished third behind Sweden and USA. They defeated Great Britain in the quarterfinals by 4-3 in added extra time. So, here are all the details regarding Australia vs Sweden match at the Tokyo Olympics 2021 in women’s soccer including the live stream details, Venue, and odds.
Australia vs Sweden Women’s Football Quarter-Final Tokyo Olympics Live Stream, Prediction
Prediction and Odds, Tips
Before coming into the tournament Sweden were the second-favourites to win the Gold medal at the Olympics 2021. Furthermore, they defeated USA and proved themselves the best team in the tournament so far. Sweden are currently ranked 5th in the World rankings whereas Australia are placed 9th. It is expected that Sweden will have to work a little hard to get par Australia and book their slot in the finals.
The winner of the match will be marching in the finals and one medal will be confirmed. We can expect a high scoring match that will favour Sweden and they will win.
Here are odds for the match:
- Australia: +5.0
- Sweden: +1.6
- Draw: +4.0
Live Stream, Telecast and Match Timings
India: 04:30 PM, Live Stream: Sony Ten 1,2,Six/HD, Sony Liv
Japan: 5:00 pm, Live Stream: Japan Consortium
Australia: 6:00 pm, Live Stream: Seven Network
USA: 4:00 am, Live Stream: NBCUniversal
UK: 9:00 am, Live Stream: Eurosport
Europe: 10:00 am, Live Stream: Discovery, Eurosport
Sweden: 10:00 am, Live Stream: Discovery, Eurosport
Expected Playing 11
Sweden: Hedvig Lindahl, Andersson, Nathalie Bjorn, Amanda Ilestedt, Glas, Kosovare Asllani, Caroline Seger, Angeldal, Stina Blackstenius, Fridolina Rolfo, Sofia Jakobsson
Australia: Lydia Williams, Stephanie Catley, Polkinghorne, Ellie Carpenter, Tameka Yallop, Emily Van Egmond, Elise Kellond-Knight, Hayley Raso, Kyah Simon, Samantha Kerr, Foord
The match will be played on 2nd August at the Nissan Stadium (Yokohama). The stadium has a seating capacity of or 70,000 fans.