Sweden didn’t have specially good game away to Norway few days ago, as both teams didn’t show much in offense, staying only to a goalless draw. None of them managed to create more significant opportunities and the final result was completely deserved from every aspect of the match.
In second halftime, Norway was a bit better, but didn’t manage to convert some of the ball possession into a goal. Anyway, Sweden has a decent start in Euro qualifiers, being currently at second position with two victories and three draws, they stand at second position with four points less than Austria and a point more than Russia. In case of a victory tonight, they would surely benefit in some way, as Russians are meeting Austrians and one of the teams won’t be getting all three points, thuss Swedish side has a chance to improve their chances of reaching the Euro 2016. Coach Erik Hamren can’t count at defenders Andreas Granquist (Krasnodar) (42/2), Martin Olson (Norwich) (27/5) and Mikael Antonsson (Kopenhagen) (23/0) who are all injured while outside of the match will also be midfielder Alexander Farnerud (Torino) (8/2).
Montenegro didn’t do much in their 2:1 deafeat away to Denmark few days ago, but the team still managed to get only a narrow defeat. This is probably due the fact that the hosts were expecting very important game against Serbia few days later. Jovetic brought the visitors into the lead in 17th minute, but the things changed from that moment on.
Denmark was much better in the second halftime and finally managed to revert the score into their favor, thanks to goals from Eriksen in 71st minute and from a penalty spot via Fischer in 86th minute. This game comes as one of the deciders for Montenegro, as the team currently stands at fourth position and in case of another defeat, their chances would be only theoretical, while in case of a victory, they would remain in battle for progressing positions. Coach Branko Brnovic can’t count at left back Vladimir Volkov (16/0, Partizan Belgrade) who is injured, while absent will also be Vladimir Bozovic (42/0, Mordovia Saransk) and their team captain, striker Mirko Vucinic (41/16, Al-Jazira).
Montenegro has only one victory in last eight matches, being unable to score in three out of last four matches on the road. Swedish side led by Zlatan Ibrahimovic has every chance to walk away with easy three pointer and I believe it will be in much easier fashion that the bookies predict.
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