Match Time：11/15/2020 03:45 Sunday (GMT+8)
Croatia go to Friends Arena to do battle with Sweden on Saturday 14 November. The start time is 7:45pm (UK) for this UEFA Nations League fixture.
Head To Head
Readers will know that Sweden played Croatia in October; it was a UEFA Nations League fixture. The winners at the final whistle were Croatia - winning with a final score of 2-1.
During the last decade of action, these teams have met 2 times. Sweden have won in 1 of these head-to-head matches, while Croatia have won 1 of these clashes. None of the matches ended in a draw.
In the observed matches, there has been an average of 3.5 goals during regulation play. Sweden have scored an average of 2.0 and Croatia have scored an average of 1.5 per match.
Looking at the results for the last year, Sweden have played 9 matches. They have 4 wins; no draws; and 5 losses. These results give them a recent Win-Draw-Loss rate of: 44%-0%-55%.
In these matches, they have averaged 1.0 goals for, and 1.22 goals against.
At home over this time, they have a win rate of 50% (2 wins). There have been 4 home fixtures. 0% (0) of these games at home have been a draw, with the remaining 50% (2) ending in a loss for the home side.
When at home in this time, their average number of goals scored is 1.0 and they have conceded 0.75 on average.
In their last ten matches they have scored 10 times - 4 of these matches have been wins for them. The total number of times that Sweden and whoever they've played have also scored is 3 matches in those ten and the total number of matches with over 2.5 goals scored is 4 from the last ten.
There have been 8 matches played by Croatia in the last year. They have 4 wins; 1 draw; and 3 losses. Therefore, in percentage terms, they have won 50%, drawn 12%, and lost 37% of their recent matches.
In this time, they have scored 2.0 goals on average per match; while conceding 2.13 goals on average.
A look at their away record in this time. They have a win rate of 25% (1 wins) from 4 away fixtures. 25% (1) of these games away from home have been a draw, with the remaining 50% (2) being a loss.
When on away turf over the last year, their average number of goals scored is 2.0 and they have conceded 3.0 on average.
In their last ten matches, across all competitions, they have averaged 2.0 goals per match and this has led to their current win rate of 50%. Of those ten matches, 9 of them have seen both sides score and the total number of matches with over 2.5 goals scored is 9 games over this same period.
And they have scored at least once in each of their last 19 matches.
Sweden VS Croatia