Sweden vs Canada live streaming

Sweden vs Canada Women’s World Cup live streaming: Confirmed Line-Ups & Live Score

Sweden (W)10Canada (W)
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Stina Blackstenius
Anna Anvegård
Fridolina Rolfö
Lina Hurtig
Janine Beckie
Rebecca Quinn
Kadeisha Buchanan
Allysha Chapman
Jayde Riviere
Elin Rubensson
Nathalie Björn
Kosovare Asllani
Nichelle Prince
Adriana Leon
Stina Blackstenius
Fridolina Rolfö
17
Caroline Seger
23
Elin Rubensson
18
Fridolina Rolfö
4
Hanna Glas
1
Hedvig Lindahl
9
Kosovare Asllani
3
Linda Sembrant
6
Magdalena Eriksson
Nilla Fischer
10
Sofia Jakobsson
11
Stina Blackstenius
2
Allysha Chapman
10
Ashley Lawrence
12
Christine Sinclair
11
Desiree Scott
16
Janine Beckie
17
Jessie Fleming
Kadeisha Buchanan
15
Nichelle Prince
4
Shelina Zadorsky
13
Sophie Schmidt
1
Stephanie Labbé
Nathalie Björn
2
Jonna Andersson
14
Julia Roddar
8
Lina Hurtig
22
Olivia Schough
21
Zećira Mušović
19
Adriana Leon
6
Deanne Rose
Shannon Woeller
9
Jordyn Huitema
7
Julia Grosso
18
Kailen Sheridan
22
Lindsay Agnew
5
Rebecca Quinn

Sweden vs Canada live streaming: Match details

If you want to watch Sweden vs Canada online, and indeed the rest of the Women’s World Cup, these are the live streaming instructions.

Match: Sweden vs Canada

Competition: Women’s World Cup

Date: June 24, 2019

Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, June 24, 2019 (UK time)

Stadium: Parc des Princes

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Sweden vs Canada live streaming: Match preview

Two superpowers of the Women’s game collide in Paris.

Sweden were beaten finalists in 2003; Canada were the side Sweden defeated in the semi-finals 16 years ago.

They both have credentials but one will fall at the round of 16.

Interestingly, both come into this one off the back of a defeat.

Sweden lost 2-0 to USA on Thursday but there’s no shame losing to USA right now.

Their two earlier wins, 2-0 against Chile and 5-1 against Thailand, were enough to see them through in second place.

Peter Gerhardsson’s side are not at their best right now but they’re going to have to raise their game to win this one.

Canada also finished second in their group.

Kenneth Heiner-Møller’s side kicked off with a narrow 1-0 win over Cameroon before beating New Zealand 2-0 to book their place in this round.

However, they missed out on top spot losing 2-1 to Netherlands on Thursday afternoon.

Christine Sinclair did score here 182nd international goal in that game and she became just the second player to score at five different Women’s World Cups.

Will she lead her side into the quarter-finals?

This is a very tough game to call.

There’s unlikely to be more than just a single goal in it at Parc des Princes.

101 Great Goals predicts: Sweden 0-1 Canada

Canada on Twitter pre Women’s World Cup match vs Sweden

Confirmed Line-Ups

Women’s World Cup: Results & upcoming fixtures

Friday June 7, 2019: France 4 – Korea Republic 0

Saturday June 8, 2019: Germany 1 – China PR 0

Saturday June 8, 2019: Spain 3 – South Africa 1

Saturday June 8, 2019: Norway 3 – Nigeria 0

Sunday June 9, 2019: Australia 1 – Italy 2

Sunday June 9, 2019: Brazil 3 – Jamaica 0

Sunday June 9, 2019: England 2 – Scotland 1

Monday June 10, 2019: Argentina 0 – Japan 0

Monday June 10, 2019: Canada 1 – Cameroon 0

Tuesday June 11, 2019: New Zealand 0 – Netherlands 1

Tuesday June 11, 2019: Chile 0 – Sweden 2

Tuesday June 11, 2019: United States 13 – Thailand 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: Nigeria 2 – Korea Republic 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: Germany 1 – Spain 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: France 2 – Norway 1

Thursday June 13, 2019: Australia 3 – Brazil 2

Thursday June 13, 2019: South Africa 0 – China PR 1

Friday June 14, 2019: Japan 2 – Scotland 1

Friday June 14, 2019: Jamaica 0 – Italy 5

Friday June 14, 2019: England 1 – Argentina 0

Saturday June 15, 2019: Netherlands 3 – Cameroon 1

Saturday June 15, 2019: Canada 2 – New Zealand 0

Sunday June 16, 2019: Sweden 5 – Thailand 1

Sunday June 16, 2019: United States 3 – Chile 0

Monday June 17, 2019: South Africa 0 – Germany 4

Monday June 17, 2019: China PR 0 – Spain 0

Monday June 17, 2019: Nigeria 0 – France 1

Monday June 17, 2019: Korea Republic 1 – Norway 2

Tuesday June 18, 2019: Jamaica 1 – Australia 4

Tuesday June 18, 2019: Italy 0 – Brazil 1

Wednesday June 19, 2019: Japan 0 – England 2

Wednesday June 19, 2019: Scotland 3 – Argentina 3

Thursday June 20, 2019: Netherlands 2 – Canada 1

Thursday June 20, 2019: Cameroon 2 – New Zealand 1

Thursday June 20, 2019: Sweden 0 – United States 2

Thursday June 20, 2019: Thailand 0 – Chile 2

Saturday June 22, 2019: Last 16 match 1: Germany 3-0 Nigeria

Saturday June 22, 2019: Last 16 match 2: Norway 1 – Australia 1 (Norway won 4-1 on penalties)

Sunday June 23, 2019: Last 16 match 3: England 3 – Cameroon 0

Sunday June 23, 2019: Last 16 match 4: France 2 – Brazil 1 (After extra time)

Monday June 24, 2019: Last 16 match 5: Spain vs United States of America

Monday June 24, 2019: Last 16 match 6: Sweden vs Canada

Tuesday June 25, 2019: Last 16 match 7: Italy vs China PR

Tuesday June 25, 2019: Last 16 match 8: Netherlands vs Japan

Thursday June 27, 2019: Quarter-final 1: Norway vs England

Friday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 2: France vs TBC

Saturday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 3: TBC vs TBC

Saturday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 4: Germany vs TBC

Tuesday July 2, 2019: Semi-final 1

Wednesday July 3, 2019: Semi-final 2

Saturday July 6, 2019: Third-place play-off

Sunday July 7, 2019: Women’s World Cup Final

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