Watch online live streaming of Germany vs Sweden Free 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup football match
Being the winners of Group B, Germany women football team is eyeing for Quarter final round when they will face Sweden. You can watch Germany vs Sweden live stream with live scores on your device One of the strongest competitors of this championship will play pre quarter final [round of 16] game on 20th June against the Swedish girls. The top goal scorers of 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup are confident for next round, but they can’t rest at all as there is huge way to go for the finals.
Germany vs Sweden Free Live Streaming 2015 World Cup
Date: 20 June 2015
Time: 8:00 pm [GMT]
Venue: Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa
TV Telecast channels: Eurosport Deutschland, SRF zwei, TV4 Sport, TV4 Play Premium
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Germany vs Sweden 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup
Germany qualified into this round as winner of Group B. They defeated Ivory Coast by 1–0, Thailand by 4–0 and played a draw against Norway by 1–1. The other side qualified as third place holder of Group D. Sweden neither won any game, nor loss out of last three world cup matches. It means they played three draws.
The German female footballers are the top goal scorers of this tournament, scoring 15 goals in first three games of group stage round. While, Sweden have scored four goals so far in this competition after conceding same number of goals.
Anja Mittag is the top goal scorer of 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada. She has netted 4 times in her first three games. Her team partner Celia Sasic has also sent the ball into the net three times in first round. Check out Germany 2015 Women’s World Cup team squad.
German girls may have great attacking squad, but history is on Sweden side. This is because Germany have won just one game out of last 3 head to head meetings. Sweden have netted 8 times against the other European side and won 2 out of all three head to head games.
Germany: Angerer, Schmidt, Bartusiak, Maier, Krahn, Laudehr, Behringer, Bremer, Lotzen, Marozsan, Mittag, Schult, Sasic, Peter, Cramer, Leupolz, Henning, Popp, Petermann, Goessling, Benkarth, Kemme, Dabritz
Sweden: Lindahl, Rohlin, Sembrant, Berglund, Fischer, Thunebro, Dahlkvist, Schelin, Asllani, Jakobsson, Hjohlman, Carlen, Diaz, Ilestedt, Sjogran, Nilsson, Seger, Samuelsson, Lund, Appelqvist, Soberg, Schough, Robensson.