[LIVESTREAM]FREE] Belgium vs Sweden Live Free Broadcast on 16 October 2023
Belgium are set to host Sweden in their next European qualifiers on October 16. How to watch the UEFA European Championship Qualifiers match between Belgium and Sweden, as well as kick-off time and team news.
Belgium will look to extend its lead in the Group F standings with another win over Sweden on Monday afternoon in Euro qualifiers.
Belgium are top of their European qualification group with zero defeats having secured a win against Austria in their previous game. They have picked up 16 points from six games having scored 16 goals and conceding just three.
Sweden are currently third in the table with three defeats in five games. The Scandinavian side won their last friendly against Moldova but have given up eight goals in the qualifiers so far. With qualification on the line, they will be hoping for a strong performance against Belgium.
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Belgium vs Sweden kick-off time
Date: October 16, 2023
Kick-off time: 2:45 pm EDT
Venue: King Baudouin Stadium
The game between Belgium and Sweden will be played on October 16th on 2:45pm EDT in King Baudouin Stadium.
No fresh injury concerns for Belgium as they will be without De Bruyne and Courtois. Lukaku has been in good form for Roma and will be expected to lead the line.
Belgium predicted XI: Casteels; Castagne, Faes, Vertonghen, Theate; Mangala, Onana, Carrasco; Doku, Lukaku, Trossard
With Alexander Isak out, Sweden will likely field the same lineup as in their previous game against Moldova.
Sweden predicted XI: Norfeldt; Wahlqvist, Lagerbielke, Helander, Gudmundsson; Rohden, Olosson, Larsson, Karlsson; Claesson, Quaison
Sweden currently has six points and will only be able to advance to the tournament if they make it to a playoff game. The team's last qualifier match was also played against Belgium and resulted in a 3-1 loss, but they bounced back to beat Moldova 3-1 in an international friendly. Against Moldova, Jesper Karlsson delivered a brace with goals in the ninth and 74th minutes. Gustaf Lagerbielke was responsible for the game-winner as he found the back of the net in the 18th minute.
Belgium has been dominant in Group F and has already secured a spot in the tournament as the team leads the standings with 16 points. Most recently, Belgium took on second place Austria and added three points to their tally with a 3-2 win.
Dodi Lukebakio scored 12 minutes in to give Belgium an early lead. Austria held Belgium off until the second half, but back-to-back goals from Lukebakio and Romelu Lukaku made it a 3-0 game. Austria was able to score two late goals and bring the game within one, but the team was unable to find the equalizer to give Belgium another win.